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HireAHelper Launches Kayak-like Moving Cost Calculator for Shopping the Moving Industry

Consumers Provided Instant Pricing Estimates on a Variety of Moving Options from Around the Industry

Oceanside CAHireAHelper, an online marketplace of local loading and unloading moving labor companies, today announced the launch of its Moving Cost Calculator. Using the Calculator, consumers can get aggregate estimates of all their moving expenses from service providers across the industry in a single, convenient view. The Calculator provides a comprehensive look at moving cost estimates based on key criteria entered by the user – including the distance of their move, the size of the move and their personal approach to moving.

“Consumers have a number of options when it comes to moving, so the Calculator will help them quickly capture a list of all of their choices,” says Mike Glanz, Co-Founder and CEO of HireAHelper. “This is the very first Moving Calculator to provide consumers with an aggregate view of pricing from various service providers across the industry, similar to how Kayak helps people search for travel. No matter how anyone is thinking of moving, it is an incredibly valuable resource for any upcoming move.”

The Moving Cost Calculator offers pricing insight on all the different approaches to moving, from do-it-yourself (“DIY”) to full-service to “Hybrid Moving” – the newest alternative for practical and budget-conscious consumers. Using the Hybrid Moving approach, consumers simply rent their own moving truck or portable storage container and then hire hourly moving laborers from HireAHelper to load or unload their items.

To access the Moving Cost Calculator, please visit: http://moving101.hireahelper.com/moving-cost-calculator/.

About HireAHelper

HireAHelper is an online marketplace for moving labor, providing both commercial and residential customers with the help they need to complete their relocation projects. Since its launch in 2007, the company has served over 150,000 do-it-yourself movers from across the United States.