If you decide you have enough energy to keep going like Remy Martin or huge amounts of stamina like Hennessey (our dogs) then by all means consider doing it yourself.
Determine the Right Kind of Move
There are 2 types of DIY services to choose from, decide which service will best suit your budget and time availability (don’t forget that time is money).
1. Very Basic. You do it all (DIY)
This is a kinda ‘no frills’ move. You rent our truck, you pack, you load, you drive, you unload and you unpack. You’re pretty much on your own.
2. Partial Move. (DIY)
This is a partial move. You rent the truck from Planned Directions, you do the packing. Call us when you are ready then will load and drive the truck to your destination, then unload. You unpack. It’s just that simple.
To help you along the way, here are Planned Directions Best Practices:
Avoid Peak Times. It’s Best to start between 7 and 9 a.m
When a move is in your future, one of the first things you’ll need to do is choose a moving date. As a DIY mover saving is a big priority. If you remember nothing else remember this; avoid month ends, weekends and summer months. June and July month ends are the biggies. So, if savings is what you’re after, avoid these peak times like the plague. These are the most commonly requested times and everyone in the moving business is very, very busy then – you could find it difficult to get a mover. Consider moving mid week and off peak months, then, it’s like buying off season – you get better deals. Reputable Toronto movers; Mississauga movers or Oakville movers will tell you the same thing.