So it is essential to get an accurate estimate of each area of your move and how you can save money.
Here are a few things to keep in mind when considering the cost of moving your refrigerator:
Size of your fridge
The size of your fridge will play a significant role in how much it costs to move. Generally, the larger the refrigerator, the more expensive it will be to move. This is because a larger fridge will require a bigger vehicle. The lifting and moving will also take more time, meaning that you will have to pay more for labour time.
Pick-up and delivery location
The location of your pick-up and delivery addresses affect the cost of moving your refrigerator. If you live in a rural area, it will cost more to move your fridge because the van/lorry will have to travel further. On the other hand, the cost may be lower if you live in a city because there are plenty of moving services you can choose from. Often movers save money by combining multiple deliveries in one day and passing you the savings.
Some movers may charge by the hour, while others will charge a flat rate. But you can cut down on this cost by moving during the off-peak season.