Questions about moving?

Browse the Molloy Bros. Moving FAQs for all the right moves.

How do I book a move with Molloy Bros.?

Simply request a quote or call 1-877-377-8121 to schedule a prompt appointment. A Molloy Bros. move consultant will come to your home to estimate the weight and size of the belongings to be moved. The specifics of your move, such as dates, packing & unpacking services, and any specialty services will be discussed, as well as any other questions you may have. You’ll then receive a customized, complimentary written estimate for your review.

What is the role of my Molloy Bros. move coordinator?

Once you choose Molloy Bros., a move coordinator will be assigned to you to answer any questions you may have throughout the entire moving process. Your personal move concierge will update your move information, including adding or removing items from your moving list, changing the date of your move, as well as handle other requests you may have.

I need to change my move date or add or remove items from my moving list. What should I do?

Just contact your Molloy Bros. move coordinator as soon as possible so they can process any changes to your plan and discuss updates.

What packing options does Molloy Bros. offer?

Depending on your schedule and budget, you can choose among three options to create a personalized moving plan: (1) You do all the packing yourself. (2) We can help you pack. (3) We can pack everything. Your Molloy Bros. move coordinator can review these services with you or you can check our packing options here.

I’d like to do my own packing. Can you provide me with packing tips?

Of course. Read our packing tips for advice on how to securely pack books, dishes, clothes, electronics and other items.

How do I change my address?

Begin with the U.S. Post Office’s online Change of Address form It’s also important to notify your banks, insurance providers, credit card companies and magazine subscriptions of your new address.

What can’t I bring with me on my move?

There are a number of disallowed items including hazardous materials, perishables and personal or sentimental items that cannot make the move in our vans. In addition, pets should be transported in the family car. If this isn’t convenient, your move coordinator can recommend alternate ways to move your pets safely.