🚚📦Moving Our Woodworking Business Across the Country!

🚚📦Moving Our Woodworking Business Across the Country!

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41 thoughts on “🚚📦Moving Our Woodworking Business Across the Country!

  1. I wish I knew where you guys had lived. I live in near Watford City. I would love to have met you and got some face to face advice and insight on the business side of things. I'm looking to start a woodworking based business so I don't have to waste my time and effort working for someone else. I hope your move went smoothly.

  2. They are ripping you off.  Last year I rented the biggest one they had.  A F650 for a 800 mile one way run for a grand.  I needed the room is the only reason I rented that monster.  You really need some weight in the 650 or it will beat you to death on any but the smoothest roads.  And that V10 gas burner drank gas, something like 7 mpg.

  3. I bought my enclosed 7×14 trailer used 2 years old from a guy who gut bankrupt with his business for $1600 and this guy used it 3-4 times not a scratch on this thing. Your Cat is like my wife's cat throwing things on the floor for no reason 🙂 lol he stands up to his name Grumpy.

  4. We just did a move from a house in Southern California we were in for 20 years to North Georgia. We bought a trailer to haul our two Harleys and things we would need while we lived in an apartment for a few months while looking for a new house. Allied movers moved the rest of the house, including all my shop equipment. Sold the trailer after we finally moved into the house.

  5. If I may make a suggestion, if you are using the miter saw the most and are going more into production, I strongly suggest you get a 12" or larger used radial arm saw. Once set up properly, your production times can go way down. Example, miter saw making 18 pieces 2×4 30" long. Miter saw =24 cuts. Radial arm saw =4 cuts. 1x 4 materials faster yet. Also, nothing better in a shop to do dados! Best of luck to you!

  6. welcum to Texas.. abouttimeyalgotyourbutts ondownhere.
    (getting a double pinch chew) (spittew)
    I was gettin' tarred of waitin'
    good luck on your move!
    🙂 🙂 🙂 I am up hereabit in Sherman

  7. This is a great learning experience for anyone. Moving and selling stuff is just that stuff….how much stuff did you use little? Will you miss it. Just imagine a flood, house fire etc…. Those people lost it all…you got to choose. When you move like this you learn to minimize and appreciate what you got. God bless and have a safe trip South.

  8. Good God I hate moving…. I am.at the point I would sell most of my big tools and buy off marketplace used when I get somewhere. Hell, that's how I built up my pretty decent wood shop was buying used. Some times its not worth the cost of moving something.

    Hell even the trailer, like you said, buy a decent one (used) then sell it when you get somewhere. You wonder how many times over these moving companies have paid for the trailers with what they charge for them!!

  9. When we moved from Oklahoma to Myrtle Beach SC Penske rental was over 2,500.$ money just gone forever so we bought a 7×30 enclosed trailer for the move used it for storage till we found a home and sold it for $500 more than we paid for it. Good luck you two.

  10. Based on my research, the most tree diversity is down in northern Florida although I didn't dig deep enough to learn how many of those species are good for woodworking.
    I suspect that being near a port city will lower some exotic wood prices a bit due to being closer to where they are offloaded. Although, I reckon anything from Asia and the pacific will be a little more expensive due to either needing to go through the Panama Canal or overland across the whole continent of North America.

  11. Once you get moved in to your new house I would look at a Laguna band saw. They all have great power and will last a long time if you take care of them. They also have decent resaw capacities.

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