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Moving to Fort Hood

By Josh J
May 4th, 2009 - 8:48 AM

Are you moving to Fort Hood and don't know where to start? Let me make a suggestion – start with getting a moving quote from U-Pack and compare the savings to other Fort Hood moving companies.

More than likely you're already familiar with DITY moving (do-it-yourself). But, just in case, I'll give you a quick run-down:

DITY Moving to Fort Hood
Basically, if you're moving to Fort Hood and are approved for a DITY move (also called a personally procured move), the military will reimburse you, up to an authorized weight limit, for moving your household goods on your own. If you're able to find an economical way to do it yourself, and it ends up costing less than your military allowance, you get to keep the rest.

Moving to Fort Hood with U-Pack
That's where U-Pack comes in. It's the economical way to move that you're looking for – you know, the way to move and put money back in your pocket. These days, that's a big deal. 

We'll deliver a moving trailer or moving container to your door. You load it. We drive to your new location near Fort Hood (Waco, Killeen, Temple, Harker Heights, Belton, and Copperas Cove are all within the ABF service area). You unload. By the way, you can save even more money by unloading at the service center in Waco.

Just check it out and see how much you'll save. When making a long-distance move to Fort Hood, your U-Pack price compares to truck rental – and it includes fuel, taxes, liability coverage AND the driver!

Get a free moving quote today.

Remember to let us know you are making a DITY move to Fort Hood so we can notate that you need weight tickets, and you'll get the military move discount.

We thank you for so bravely and honorably serving our country!