Rearranging Furniture and Heavy Lifting in Fargo

His Workmanship offers rearranging furniture services. You tell us where the heavy items go and we’ll take care of shuffling them around for you. Our rates start at $120 per hour for 2 movers. New customers can read Ephesians 2:1-10 to receive a $20 discount. Details are on the final step of the contact form.

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Are you getting new carpet installed and need to shuffle heavy items from one room to another? Don’t worry! Our furniture movers are able to offer the help you need for rearranging household items like dressers, beds and couches. Each mover is trained with how to carefully and efficiently relocate your big items.

His Workmanship is a moving company in Fargo

We’ve got your moving project taken care of anywhere in our Fargo area. We have done many truck loading and unloading jobs in Casselton and Detroit Lakes. We’re also familiar with cities surrounding Fergus Falls and Grand Forks.

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1. Get a free estimate in just a couple minutes

Select the services that best align with your needs and describe the details of your project to help us get a better idea of the scope of work. Feel free to upload pictures so your crew can visualize your specific needs.

2. Receive great customer support along the way

Our staff guarantees a reply to all emails within 24 hours. Once you get scheduled, you'll get a confirmation email with your workers names and a courtesy call from the crew leader a day before your project.

3. Relax while we speedily complete your project

Equipment in hand, your crew will arrive a few minutes early so they can collaborate with you about the work that needs to be done. Once they finish, you can pay the total bill directly to the crew leader. It's as simple as that!

Hear what a customer says

“I’m super excited we hired His Workmanship for our move today. All four college movers showed up on time and got right to lifting our heavy items. What caught my attention most was the Christian mission of the company. As a believer myself I felt at peace scheduling movers who I knew I could definitely trust. I have already recommended His Workmanship and will continue to do so.” – Lori
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David HubinDavid Hubin
00:49 29 Jul 21
Toby, Andy, and Colin were on time, hard working, and very personable. It was an incredibly hot and humid day and they helped us move a LOT of heavy and awkward furniture to our new home. I would highly recommend using His Workmanship for your moving needs. I accidentally overpaid the crew and they came back to the house to correct the mistake, I honestly wouldn't have ever realized it in the craziness of moving. From start to finish, this was a great experience.
Bill SwansonBill Swanson
02:04 22 Jun 21
Had 3 college guys for 7 hours removing small rock from the flower beds. They did a great job and a great clean up of the area when done. Only thing I didn't like was having to go back and forth with multiple emails to get the job set up. Eric is from the Mpls area and doesn't have a shop in Fargo ND. Overall I'm happy with the work performed.
Lori DicksonLori Dickson
00:04 09 May 21
His Workmanship helped me move today. They did an amazing job. Jake & Noble were professional, courteous, kind & take their job very seriously. I will hire them in the future & have already recommended them to others! They are a 10 out of 10!!! Thank you!
Mary Kay WillitsMary Kay Willits
01:53 23 Apr 21
Trimmed about 200 of overgrown lilacs to 4 feet. Looks amazing!!We are very pleased
Joshua MathisJoshua Mathis
00:20 18 Oct 20
First things first, Eric was incredibly responsive with scheduling and quoting. I was having my yard raked of leaves and it rained/snowed this morning. Eric called first thing this morning to confirm if it was okay the crew came in the afternoon, of course I was fine with it. Kody and Hunter showed up about 5 minutes early and were very personable, took direction very well, and were very careful with my yard tools. They worked efficiently and quickly and had my yard done about 45 minutes quicker than I expected. This is a great organization and I’ll be spreading them around to anyone who needs some handy work around their property. I’d give 10 stars if I could.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Most furniture movers charge $90 – $130 per hour for 2 movers. The length of time depends on variables such as: the number of furniture, the size of your furniture, and how many stairs they need to go up or down. If you need 10-15 pieces of furniture rearranged, then it’ll probably only take 1 hour for 2 movers so it would cost around $120. If you need 20-30 heavy items lifted, then you’ll be looking at 2 hours for 2 movers which is between $180 – $260. Click here to learn more about pricing.
You will need to move all your furniture out of each room and into a temporary spot in the house so the old carpet can be removed. Once the new carpet has been installed, furniture movers will need to move all these heavy items back to their original spot. Heavy items usually include desks, dressers, beds, hutches, couches, recliners, armoires, and bookshelves. Click here to learn about 7 mistakes to avoid when rearranging furniture for carpet installation.
You should first identify a focal point in the room. This is the first place your eyes go when they enter that space. Your game plan for arranging furniture should be organized around this point. Once you’ve located the focal point, then you can strategize about where furniture should go.
You should leave at least 1 inch of space between the wall and your furniture. This will lessen the risk of damages. It’s important to also remember that walkways should be at least 2 feet. This will allow a comfortable gait for the average person. Anything less than that, the walkway will be too cramped.
If you are physically strong enough and you have a friend who can help, then why not save some money and get a workout by doing it yourselves. Be sure to lift with your legs; not with your back. For armoires and hutches, lean them over at a 90 degree angle before you lift so you can see better where you’re going. For items with a flat surface, like an office desk, you can flip it over and push it along the carpet.
Furniture lifting straps use leverage to allow you to lift more than normal. The moving straps are attached to your shoulders (or forearms) as well as underneath the heavy item so it distributes the weight evenly. They lower the center of gravity for the heavy item being lifted which lessens the need to bend over, thus helping out your back and promoting good posture. Less weight will be on you and more weight on the straps.
Start by placing the straps across your chest and shoulders. Lay the lifting strap on the ground in front of you. Then, with your partner’s assistance, tip the heavy item back and glide the lifting strap underneath it. Once the strap is centered in the middle of the item, you should each use both hands to push the item at the same time. This will lift up the item in the air. Then just walk to whenever the heavy item needs to be moved to.
The easiest solution for moving furniture in a room is by using furniture sliders. They will save your back a lot of strain. You simply put one slider on each side of the heavy item and then move the item to your desired location. This will be especially handy when you need to move the items back in place and want your carpet to be protected from tearing damage.
Slowly tilt the item and slip one slider underneath one of the legs. Repeat this process for all four legs. Slowly push the item where you want it to go and avoid pulling it. When finished, tilt the item again to remove each slider until they’re all gone. This procedure is the same for any item you need moved, whether it’s a couch or a recliner.
In general, the average furniture slider holds around 100-120 pounds. However, this does vary depending on the brand you choose. So 4 sliders under 1 heavy item can hold between 400-480 pounds. This is enough to cover all your standard living room furniture and can even handle oversized items like a safe or appliances.
You should try to get a ballpark estimate on the total cost for rearranging your furniture. Be ready to answer questions about the number of items you need moved as well as their size. Ask the furniture moving service how long they’ve been doing it and what their process is like. Google their company name to make sure they have good reviews online. Click here to get a furniture moving quote from His Workmanship.

His Workmanship is a Christian company

Our mission is to glorify God as we embody the gospel through our hard labor and our honest behavior. Our desire is to bring satisfaction to the customer as they seek to improve their property. We also desire to facilitate growth for students as they experience the business world from a Christian perspective.

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Hear what a worker says

“My name is Corey and I heard about His Workmanship from my soccer coach at Northwestern. One of the things I’ve enjoyed most is meeting so many different customers for each project. The pay is great too!”

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