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Can we use Uber or Lyft for moving furniture?

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EllaOfCinder
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 Posted 1 year, 6 months ago

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    JoseMachado
    4
     1 month ago

    I would use Bungii. I have used them before and got my couch home for less than $55..

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    AstonDE
    94 Rider Driver
     11 months ago

    I used phlatbed recently, easy to use, simple and straightforward - on-demand. Used Dolly in the past during grad school days in Oregon. Depends on where you are, both apps are big in different parts of the country.

    Never used TaskRabbit...yet.

    link is https://www.phlatbed.com 

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      ElinaM
      43
       11 months ago

      Why force F to Ph. Just drop the vowels like everyone else. LOL.

      Love the proliferation of this service.  You know the old adage, "have a friend with a pickup truck", but no one does.  

      Hey, look at that. In Boston.  I had no idea.

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        Ghollingsworth
        51 Rider
         11 months ago

        I suspet they probably couldn't get the "F"....

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    joeyj
    424 Driver Rider
     1 year ago

    I would never let someone jam their furniture in my car. I think you'd have trouble finding an uber driver that would, frankly.

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    B-girlAnderson11
    83
     1 year ago

    I will second the point on calling a local moving company.  While you may be under the impression that they are expensive, if you set the expectation correctly, no matter how small the job, they'd be willing to help you.  I had a couch, table, and small bed, to be moved to my parents' house, and I called a local moving company who usually does big moves that cost thousands of dollars (multiple trucks, several workers, potentially multiple days).  

    Two guys showed up in a pickup truck, I had to do nothing.  Charged me for 2 hours, and went on their way.  Cost me less than $100.

    The key is to be patient and work within their schedule.  They are always happy to make a few extra bucks.

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    Ghollingsworth
    51 Rider
     11 months ago

    Used phlatbed today......super easy! Thanks for the referral! One job because two.....moved a few items, and had the driver get rid of some junk. all for under $120!

    not bad!

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    yesman782016
     8 months ago  (edited 8 months ago)

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