March 8th, 2013 - 11:49 AM
It’s not every day that you plan on moving to Alaska, so finding the best way to get there is a must. U-Pack®, a “you pack, we drive” moving service is typically the best way to move to Alaska, so let’s take a deeper look at exactly why U-Pack is the ideal solution for moving “North to the Future.”
Get a free moving quote now to see your moving rate. Or, keep reading to see how U-Pack can make your Alaska move easy and affordable.
January 17th, 2013 - 8:59 AM
Need Help Moving to Alaska?
I totally understand why you want to move there. The unspoiled natural beauty, the adventure, and the awesome opportunities are all huge draws. However, we know that moving to Alaska can seem like a huge undertaking. If you need help, you’re in the right place; U-Pack® has moved countless people there. Let me explain a little about how moving to Alaska with U-Pack works and show you how we can make the move easy and affordable.
How U-Pack Helps You Move to Alaska
September 26th, 2012 - 3:28 PM
I recently read a post by a man who wanted to know the cost to move to Alaska, but didn’t want to spend the time comparing moving companies for the best price. Thanks to the convenience of the internet today, you can quickly get moving quotes online from different Alaska moving companies. Get started with a free moving quote from U-Pack. Within 24 hours, it will tell you the cost of your move to Alaska.
The best part about U-Pack is that you don’t have to drive, or pay out of pocket for fuel because it’s included in your quote! Compare your U-Pack quote to other moving options.
May 14th, 2012 - 3:53 PM
Moving to the Last Frontier? Any move seems overwhelming, much less moving thousands of miles away to the frosty state. After helping with thousands of relocations from the contiguous United States to Alaska, we’ve compiled a list of tips to make sure your move goes smooth.
March 12th, 2012 - 11:09 AM
Alaska is like no other state in the nation, and the fact that it’s surrounded by the beauty of unspoiled wilderness makes moving there an exciting adventure. But a successful move to Alaska in the winter requires serious planning.
What to expect from a winter move to Alaska
Expect it to be cold, dark, and have lots of snow. Winter temperatures in Alaska vary depending on whether you’re moving to an outlying area like Anchorage or an interior city like Fairbanks (where temps often fall below 30° for weeks at a time). With cold temperatures and long nights, it’s important to be adequately prepared.
October 28th, 2011 - 1:36 PM
Save Money Moving to Alaska
It's Flashback Friday! Each week, U-Pack revisits a blog topic that has been helpful to our readers. Today's flashback is about saving money on your move to Alaska. Since a long-distance move like this has the potential to get very expensive, this is an important topic for a lot of customers. Keep reading to see how you can save! And while you're at it, make sure to check out the comments below— U-Pack customers often ask great questions and provide helpful insight!
September 8th, 2010 - 10:07 AM
"I need info on moving to Alaska. Can U-Pack help?"
The answer to that question is yes! If you're moving to Alaska, you may be wondering how in the world you're going to get your furniture and belongings there. Unless you're brave enough to drive a rental truck along the Alaska Highway à la the TV show Ice Road Truckers', you'll probably want to find a reliable moving company that fits your needs. Info on moving to Alaska isn't easy to come by, so I'll break down the different U-Pack options for moving to your new home in Alaska safely.
November 17th, 2009 - 11:14 AM
When a customer requests a price quote for moving out of Alaska to the lower 48, the conversation usually ends with the same question, "When do I need to make my reservation?"
June 19th, 2009 - 4:28 PM
So, you're moving to Alaska and you've found that U-Pack is the easiest, most affordable way to get there. If you've done your research, you probably already know that it's ok to move smaller items with gas engines in an ABF trailer or ReloCube (like ATV's, chainsaws, weed eaters, mowers and motorcycles). What you may or may not know is that shipments moving into and out of Alaska are randomly inspected at the port, and if the shipment is not in compliance with Coast Guard shipping regulations, you run the risk of being fined in excess of $700 f
March 20th, 2009 - 4:27 PM
If you're considering Alaska moving companies, I'm sure you've already thought about how to move your household goods, your vehicle(s) and your family. ABF U-Pack moves hundreds of people to Alaska each year. It's an easy and affordable option for moving to Alaska.
Like a full-service mover – ABF does all of the driving – but you'll pay MUCH less for a U-Pack move since you do the loading and unloading and you pay only for the space you use.