Specializing in Commercial Moving

It’s important to know that we are the ONLY moving and storage company in Northern Colorado which is certified, trained and equipped to perform large commercial moves. If you need a commercial mover, we strongly recommend you choose someone you can trust – this is no time to make a mistake!

We focus on five goals when we perform your commercial move:

1) Be careful: to move all items—especially servers, computers and expensive equipment – from origin to destination in good condition.

2) Reduce downtime & expense: one way to reduce overall relocation expense? You can minimize downtime via our logistical processes. FYI – a Commercial Move Coordinator will give you a well-researched cost-of-moving estimate, so you’ll have a solid idea of how much time and money you’ll need to anticipate – long before your move begins.

3) Correctly place items: make sure all items—especially important and/or confidential files – are put in the correct area or office.

4) Keep safe and quiet: Exodus honors all corporate security and confidentiality requirements.

5) Keep on schedule: Exodus Moving and Storage makes a solid commitment to the schedule so that nothing falls through the cracks, all department-specific requirements are met and moving times are efficient. The sooner you get back to work, the faster you can get back to making money.

For the 12 years we’ve been in business in Northern Colorado, Exodus Moving and Storage has garnered praise and testimonials  from many satisfied companies. Our customers’ remark on our profound organizational difference: we move offices as they should be moved: with proper planning for space allowances, smart approaches to the transfer of files and ‘loose materials,” strong leadership demonstrated by our Move Coordinators, painstaking attention to detail, and commitment to your full satisfaction.

If you have a commercial move coming up, please contact us to see how we can help.

Terminology Tuesday!

Depending on the move, the specifics and details can get confusing. That’s why we created Terminology Tuesdays where each week we will go over five moving terms that will help you have a better understanding of your moving process. Be sure to check out our archives, we’ll be doing this each week. Enjoy!

Binding and Non-Binding Estimate – a binding estimate is an agreement made in advance between the customer and the mover that guarantees the total cost of the move based on the quantities and services shown on the estimate. A non-binding estimate is the carrier’s approx. of the cost based on the estimated weight of the shipment and the accessorial services requested. A non-binding estimate is not binding on the carrier and the final charges will be based on the actual weight and tariff provisions in effect on the day of the load. 

Bulky Article – to ensure safe transportation, some articles included in a shipment like big screen TVs, motorcycles, hot tubs, etc., require extra handling and/or blocking. Our tariff provides a schedule of extra charges for such articles.

IRR Surcharge aka Insurance-Related General Increase  –  the carrier’s tariff provides for a percentage adjustment to the transportation charge (and SIT Pickup and Delivery) to aid in the recovery of the increased cost of carrier’s and van operator’s liability insurance expenses. 

Non-Allowables/Prohibited Items – the Carrier will not accept shipment property that will contaminate or damage (i.e., bug infestations, chemicals, propane tanks, etc.) the carrier’s property or the property of other customers, nor will it remove items that would damage the article or the premises like furniture that will not fit through doorways. Further, the carrier will not accept liability for items of a perishable nature like food, wine collections, plants, etc.

Weight Additive – some articles included in a shipment like camper shells, boats, canoes, boat trailers, etc., are comparatively light and occupy space in the van that is not commensurate with their weight. For instance, one might load 4,000 pounds of furniture and cartons in the space taken by a 1,500-pound boat. To compensate for this inequity, our tariff provides a schedule of additional weights for such articles.

Upcoming Events in NOCO You Don’t Want To Miss!!

We know that today is black Friday and you are supposed to be out shopping around for all the greatest deals in town, but we wanted to bring you a list of upcoming family events in the Northern Colorado area. There are so many exciting things going on that we think you would enjoy!

Old Town Ice Skating Rink, Fort Collins, CO (through January 31) Old Town Square Skating $2 Skate Rental $1

Garden of Lights, Fort Collins, CO (Dec 4-27) The Gardens on Spring Creek 970-416-2486

Sanra Claus Visit, Fot Collins, CO (through December 24) Old Town Square, FREE

Crafts and Food, Fort Collins,CO (November 27 only) Fort Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive. General Admission $1 970-221-6644

Holiday Barn Boutique (November 29 only) Azizi Alpacas, 11640 Weld County Road 72, Eaton, CO.

Acoustic Eidolon (December 4 & 5) Rialto Theatre, 228 E. Fourth Street, Loveland, CO. Adults $18 Seniors/Students $14

Nutcracker with a Twist (ongoing) Lincoln Center, 417 W. Magnolia St, Fort Collins, CO. Adults $9 Seniors/children $7

Christmas in Berthoud City of Berthoud, CO. Chili dinner following parade

Holiday Wreath Decorating (December 5) 11am Bath and Garden Center and Nursery, 2000 E. Prospect Rd. Fort Collins, CO. $25

Kids Kristmas (December 5) Noon. Oldtown Square, Fort Collins, CO.

Family Festival (December 5) 1pm Front Range Village, 2720 Council Tree Ave

Snow or Shine We’re Here For You Anytime!

More and more people are finding the need to have extra storage space, more than their homes or garage space can provide. There are different kinds of storage units that are offered but climate controlled storage units have many perks and advantages that make it well worth any extra costs. When you do become interested in receiving information on climate controlled storage units, make sure you are aware of what is considered the moving companies regulations of climate control and exactly what that means for your belongings. One of the advantages of climate controlled storage units is its resistance to harsh weather. Rain and snow cannot penetrate the roof and they are built above sea level.

Here at Exodus, we load weatherproof containers at your location and then they are kept in our secured and monitored storage lot, located directly behind our warehouse. We store them with us until you are ready for delivery. Even though our beautiful state of Colorado experiences extreme weather conditions, don’t be too surprised to know that there is a lack of climate controlled storage options from most movers in Northern Colorado. However, here as Exodus, we offer three options for clean, safe and secure storage: Climate Controlled Vaults; 20’ Ocean Containers; and 48’ Trailers. Any combination of these three types of storage containers can be used to meet your needs. So whether you are located in Loveland, Windsor, Greeley, Boulder, Wellington or Fort Collins, and no matter what your situation,  can find an appropriate storage solution for you.

Terminology Tuesday!

Terminology Tuesday!

Depending on the move, the specifics and details can get confusing. That’s why we created Terminology Tuesdays where each week we will go over five moving terms that will help you have a better understanding of your moving process. Be sure to check out our archives, we’ll be doing this each week. Enjoy!

Agent – an affiliated moving company authorized to act on behalf of the van line. The agent may handle the booking, origin, hauling and/or destination services.

Booking Agent – accepts the order for the customer’s move and registers it with the van line. The booking agent may or may not be the origin or destination agent.

Origin agent – the agent designated in the origin area to be available for preliminary readying of the shipment before movement and/or to provide information regarding the customer’s move. 

Cash on Delivery (COD) – shipments where the customer pays the moving charges at the time of delivery. For COD shipments, payment is required in cash or by traveler’s check, money order or cashier’s check. If a credit card is used, it must be arranged with the booking agent because authorization is required prior to loading. In most cases, personal checks are not accepted.

Method of Payment – payment must be in the form of cash, money order, a bank cashier’s check, traveler’s or a credit card. Credit card payment must be pre-approved prior to loading. In some cases, personal checks are not accepted.

Valuing Feedback

After every move Exodus Moving & Storage completes, we will request your input about your moving experience with us. Continuous improvement is the hallmark of our success as a company and we are always anxious to get your feedback on how well we did our moving job.

Competitive and Accurate Estimates

The Cost of relocation is either based on weight or number of men and trucks needed as well as distance traveling. At no charge to you, one of our experienced and courteous Move Coordinators will review their move in great detail and provide you with an accurate move quote. Our Move Coordinator will also confirm requested pick-up and delivery dates.

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Fort Collins

120 NE. Frontage Rd Ste. D
Fort Collins, CO 80524
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Sat 8:00am-12:00pm

Littleton

6229 S. Santa Fe Dr
Littleton, CO 80120
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