Moving Service Rates
Household moving is regulated by the Oregon Department of Transportation. The billing is regulated by hourly rates for in town moves. These rates can vary depending on what city you live. Call us now for a free rate quote for your move.
Our rate structure is designed to be affordable and allows us to effectively serve throughout the Portland metro area, from Hillsboro, Beaverton, Lake Oswego and beyond. We are committed to providing the best possible service at an affordable rate.
All moving companies operate based on hourly rates and circumstantial fees. Every move has multiple variables that need to be considered when estimating cost therefore an in-home estimate is the only way to get a more accurate estimate for the cost of your residential or commercial move. We cannot offer estimates by phone but we can disclose average move times based on similar moves upon request. Average move times are not estimates.
There are many variables to consider for determining the time it may take to move. Estimates in moving are not binding as they are strictly regulated by the hourly rates and fees from the ODOT. If you have any concerns on how long your move may take please call or email us and we will be glad to give a free estimate.
Call us for a free in-home moving estimate today at 503-544-7972.
Insurance Coverage: Moving insurance is dispersed by the pound per the ODOT regulation. The standard insurance covers 60 cents per pound but no more than the total assessed value of the item. There is additional coverage available for purchase before your move that increases the coverage to $3.50 per pound.
Insurance covers furniture items and boxes packed by Priority Moving.
Items not covered by insurance include: boxes packed by shipper, electronics not in their original box, items of extraordinary value, coins, deeds, notes, postage stamps, letters, drafts or valuable papers of any kind, jewelry, precious stones or precious metals, items requiring temperature control, internal damage to electronics when no visible sign of damage can be seen to the item or packaging, live plants, perishable items, assembled furniture (with MDF, particle or chip board construction such as Ikea), items with preexisting damages, items where damage occurs to an area of previous repair.