For your convenience, BNT Movers is open 24 Hours a day,
7 days a week. We specialize in last minute moves, and would generally be able
to move you on very short notice. Whether you're moving a few boxes, or an
entire house-hold, you will receive the same courteous, reliable, and prompt
service. We posses the most modern, updated, state of the art equipment. Our
trucks are all late model, clean, and well maintained. This aspect helps us
limit and minimize delays due to mechanical breakdown, and improper equipment.
At BNT Movers we know that an on time pick-up, and a prompt
delivery, are a key to our continued success.
BNT Movers is a fully licensed and insured moving company with
a high standard of excellence. The word “professional” is a strong
and meaningful word and the company stands behind its name. To us professionalism
means care, efficiency and courtesy guaranteed!
Moving can be one of the most stressful events in our lives. However, by getting
organized and planning ahead, you can prepare your family for a smooth move.
BNT Movers provides you with Local Movers and Interstate
Movers services and resources that will help make your relocation
cost effective, efficient, and even pleasant.
In just a few easy steps, we’ll help you make your relocation a successful
Here are a few general suggestions that will make packing easier:
- Plan how you will pack. Pack items first that you don’t use often.
- Start packing as soon as you find out you’re moving.
- Never pack flammable items or non-allowable items.
- Use generous amounts of paper inside the carton on the top and bottom
to provide good cushion.
- List contents and room on the outside of the carton.
- Clearly mark “Fragile” on the outside of cartons.
- Use clean newsprint paper. Old newspapers may work, but use them carefully
because the ink may rub off onto your items. Clean “newsprint” paper
is available from your local agent.
- Write “Open First” on cartons containing essential items such
as cooking utensils, toiletries, etc.
- Separate breakables and non-breakables.
- Pack all cartons tightly.
- Use professional packing tape. Masking tape isn’t strong enough
to support fully packed cartons. Packing tape is available from your local
We suggest adding the following 10 points to the top of your preparation list:
- For the record -- Obtain copies of your and your family's medical records,
including any dental and vaccine/immunization information, as well as any
veterinary records for the family pet. In some cases, a notarized letter
is required to receive official documentation; you may need to contact the
American Medical Records Association to determine your new state's needs.
You might also consider transferring current prescriptions to a drugstore
in your new town. Another record you'll want to be sure to have in hand is
your child's permanent school record. School records are usually required
when registering your child at his/her new school. Often, copies are not
sufficient and require a raised seal
- Buried treasure -- If you've hidden any valuables around the house, be
sure to collect them before leaving. You should carry valuable items such
as jewelry with you or keep them in a safe deposit box instead of packing
them on the moving van.
- Old phone numbers -- Pack phone books from your existing residence to
take with you. You may think you'll remember the numbers you frequently call
now, but more likely you'll spend a small fortune on directory assistance
charges to contact old friends or tie up loose ends.
- Taken to the cleaners -- Remember to collect all items that are being
cleaned, stored or repaired (for example, dry cleaning, shoes, watches, etc.).
Also, remember to return library books, movie rentals and anything else you
may have checked out.
- What's your new address? -- Keep your new address handy in your wallet
or purse. In the flurry of preparing for a move, you may forget your new
address -- important information when forwarding periodicals, mail and credit
card bills, as well as keeping in touch with old friends.
- Spic and span -- Remember to leave out cleaning supplies for the final “once-over” before
closing the door for good, or make arrangements in advance for a service
to clean for you. To reduce the amount of things you take with you, if you
are cleaning the home yourself, use up previously purchased cleaning products,
and then throw away the empty containers when you leave.
- The opener -- Many people often forget to take the electric garage door
opener out of their automobile before leaving. Remember to leave the opener
for the new residents.
- Remember “Rover” -- In most cases, moving companies cannot
transport animals or plants. Plan ahead and make arrangements for their safe
- Bank on it – It's wise to open a checking account in your new town
about a month prior to your move so that you have immediate access to your
funds. It enables you to have a little cash on hand for unexpected expenses.
On occasion, retailers will decline to cash “out-of-town” checks.
- Keys to success – Remember the collection of spare house keys. Whether
it means retrieving keys from neighbors or from under the rock next to the
front door, don't forget to gather all sets before you depart.
We service Lackawanna and the surrounding counties. Including: Archbald, Carbondale,
Chinchilla, Clarks Summit, Dalton, Dickson City, Elmhurst, Fleetville, Jermyn,
Jessup, La Plume, Moosic, Moscow, Old Forge, Olyphant, Peckville, Ransom, Scranton,