Tyler is a city in Smith County, Texas, USA. It is located about 100 miles (160 km) east of Dallas. The population of the city is about 90,000 people.
Tyler is an attractive place for employment. Offices of such large companies as Kimberly-Clark, Smith & Nephew, and Texas Instruments are located in the city. There are also many small businesses in the city. The average salary in Tyler is about $50,000. The most popular areas are health care. education, manufacturing, retail trade.
The cost of living in Tyler is lower than the U.S. average. However, it is higher than in rural Texas. Here you can find various housing options, both for rent and for purchase. The average cost of a house in Tyler is about $200,000. Renting a studio apartment in the city costs about $1,000 per month.
The city has a variety of recreational facilities and attractions. “Tyler State Park” offers excellent opportunities for hiking, swimming and picnics. “Caldwell Zoo” is a popular family place where you can see a variety of animals. The city also hosts various musical and cultural events, such as the Rose City Artisans & Flower Market festival.
Movers in Tyler, Texas, can help you move to this vibrant city. We have a team of experienced movers who will do the job on time and efficiently. We also offer a wide range of services to make your move as easy as possible.
Movers in Tyler, TX price
We work hourly at $99 per hour with a minimum of 3 hours of labor time
Price includes: truck use, two guys, walk ups, narrow hallways, long walking distance, furniture assembling /disassembling, loading and unloading.
Moving tools and materials
Free materials and tools used during moving and returned back after move: moving blankets, tools, hand-trucks, shrink, dollies.
Additional packing materials can be provided as an additional cost.
Truck moving fee
We charge for travel time in addition to the movers' labor time, but there is no mileage charge on this type of move. Travel time is billed at the same rate $99 per hour. Fuel is an additional charge.
Moving a 1-bedroom apartment typically takes around 3 hours. The exact time depends on how well it is packed and organized.
Additional time may be required if your move involves long walks from your apartment to the truck, narrow hallways, tight staircases, disassembling and reassembling of furniture, hoisting, moving of oversized, antiques items, ones with glass and/or marble, appliances move and items over 200lb.
It’s important to note that the final cost of your move will depend on the hourly rate and the actual time it takes for your move.