Our Story

Different Area Codes is changing the long distance moving game. Using decades of experience, technology, communication, and logistics, we’re making long distance moving as time and cost efficient as possible. All while saving you money and getting your belongings safely from point A to point B.

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Different Area Codes long distance moving

01. The majority of losses happen on interstate highways. Careless drivers, tire blow outs, bad weather, poor road conditions, etc. are all uncontrollable things that could happen to your driver and your belongings.

We avoid this by using the transcontinental railroad and loading your belongings onto pods or shipping containers. This method of transportation is far safer and less expensive!

Different Area Codes long distance moving

02. Most people only move long distance once, which gives moving companies very little incentive to do a great job. While most moving companies have an “onto the next” mentality, due to our unique business model, Different Area Codes creates an incentive for our movers to deliver high quality service.

We utilize a nationwide network of top-rated moving companies that have earned our business. Since this is a “get what you pay for” industry, we invest in partnering with the top talent and they work hard to retain our business. This ensures you’ll get movers who care!

Frequently Asked Questions

A move is officially booked once the customer pays the deposit. If a move is cancelled after the deposit is paid, DAC will pay out any 3rd party reservations made and the remainder of the deposit will be refunded to the customer. The actual amounts depend on various circumstances and will be handled on a case by case basis.

Our solution to the long distance moving business problem is avoiding the “big guy” companies. We have a network of local small businesses in your specific city to handle the loading and unloading of your belongings with skilled and experienced movers. We have the purchasing power to demand excellent service from them and hold them to a very high standard.

It really depends how far you are moving. An average long distance move takes 5 to 7 business days, give or take a couple days depending on the distance. We can put a rush on your move or we can always hold/store your belongings as long as you need.

In order to give a proper estimate, we need a room by room list of furniture and estimated number of boxes and miscellaneous items you have. We’ll need to know how many flights of stairs are at point A and point B to determine how many movers will be required. You can let us know all of this information via phone call, email, or FaceTime/Skype us and we will do a virtual walk through of your place.

The cost of your move is determined by the amount of belongings you have, how much cargo space they will use, and the distance that you are traveling.

No problem. We will work quickly to change all plans and reservations. Most of the time this will cost you nothing. If any financial consequences are attached we will work with you on a case by case basis. 

We collect a 50% deposit to book your move. You will be charged the remaining amount due on the final day of your move, when your belongings are unloaded into your new home. Other payment arrangements will be dealt with on a case by case basis.

Yes, DAC and all our partners are fully licensed and insured for damage to your belongings. You will be emailed a base coverage amount and given full coverage options.

We offer packing services for small, breakable items using packing paper, bubble wrap, tape, and labeling. We can also handle unpacking, removing small breakable items from boxes and placing them in your desired location.

Yes, all furniture will be shrink wrapped and furniture blankets will be used for extra protection. Mattress bags will be used and sealed. All small breakables will be packed into boxes and sealed with tape. Any item you don’t want shrink wrapped or that is not packed into a box will be at risk of dust and scuff marks.

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