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Going off to college is every teenager’s most anticipated dream, and every parent’s most nagging anxiety. Sometimes, this event in a student’s life is dreamt and planned from the time they are young teenagers, and the same can be said for their parents, as well. For kids just beginning their lives as young adults at a university, the move out of their old room at Mom and Dad’s house is a big one. It symbolizes their own giant leap into adulthood. For their parents, the sentiment can be a little bit different. They worry very much about their little boy or little girl going off to live on their own far away from home. But, they might worry about the best way to move their brand new adult out into their accommodations on their college campus. With work schedules getting tighter and many kids choosing schools that are on the other side of the country (or even the world), working out the logistics of moving your kid to his or her dorm room can be difficult. Sometimes, it can require several trips across the country, which contribute to an already-costly bill of fees and tuition.
 
The solution for this problem is here! Dorm Room Movers is a revolutionary room movers company which specializes in dorm-room moving. Dorm Room makes sure to offer a full variety of service to meet your needs, whether you be a college freshman or graduate. The team at DRM offers movers, moving, storage, and hassle-free methods for students to move into and out of dorms. Catering to the busy college student, the staff at Dorm Room will always make sure to create the least-stressful environment possible for its customers. We want to make the prospect of moving seem less like a chore and more like a pleasant experience.
 
What sets Dorm Room Moving apart from the rest of the moving companies out there? It's not only their stellar service and meticulous attention to detail, but their exclusive shipping program. Gone are the days of hauling boxes yourself in a moving truck. With Dorm Room Moving, your boxes and supplies can be ordered online and sent directly to your door. The process is seamless: You pack the things you would like to have shipped, print out the shipping labels sent to you by DRM, and schedule a pick-up time and date. A crew of movers from Dorm Room will arrive on the desired date that you scheduled. They take your packed boxes, and make sure they get shipped to their ending location. It’s as easy as that! You can take solace in the fact that all boxes shipped by DRM are insured at $100 per box. So, in the unlikely event that anything is compromised in transit, the company is liable for your personal items.
 
Dorm Room Moving understands that college students are busy. Studying for finals, hanging out with friends before parting ways at the end of the semester, or planning their next move for the future. With DRM, you can rest assured that you (or your child, if you’re a parent of a university student) will get the best deal possible with the most efficient method of dorm moving around. When you are ready to see a better way to move in and out of a dorm, give Dorm Room moving a call at either (480) 745-1955 or (888) 769-3676. Your college move has never been more simple!

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Debbie A

Debbie A

02/28/2016

I wouldn't have moved my stuff some other way. DRM was the best choice for me, I'm happy I pick them to store my things over the late spring.

I wouldn't have moved my stuff some other way. DRM was the best choice for me, I'm happy I pick them to store my things over the late spring.

Jacqueline M

Jacqueline M

02/28/2016

I advised the organization after joining I was changing from one Arizona school to the next. They ensured me free conveyance. One day before my conveyance date, after as of now sending a conveyance affirmation, they called to advise me I would need to pay $100 to dispatch my things. I addresses 2 telephone delegates, both of which were extremely impolite. One kept on talking over me a...

I advised the organization after joining I was changing from one Arizona school to the next. They ensured me free conveyance. One day before my conveyance date, after as of now sending a conveyance affirmation, they called to advise me I would need to pay $100 to dispatch my things. I addresses 2 telephone delegates, both of which were extremely impolite. One kept on talking over me as I clarified my circumstance. I don't suggest this organization by any stretch of the imagination, particularly for client care.

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