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Shipping a TV with uShip

TV shipping takes a transporter with care, reliability, and experience. Let uShip help you find the perfect company for the job. We will help you get rates from transporters who specialize in shipping TV’s and give you some tips along the way. If you get lost along the way, let us know and we’ll get you back on the road to your TV delivery.

uShip’s online transportation marketplace offers a unique alternative that can save you time and money. When you list your TV shipping needs on uShip, an extensive network of TV and electronics moving companies place competitive shipping quotes to try to win your business. Talk to the transporters directly, review their carrier profiles, then choose the quote that fits your needs.

How to Ship a TV

Get your TV delivered in just three easy steps!

1 | Create Your Listing

Think about your needs for the shipment, including timeframe and locations for pick up and delivery. Be ready with pictures, weight, and dimensions of the TV to be moved. Specify whether you will be packaging the TV or if you’d prefer the transporter blanket wrap or package your TV. For the highest service level, you may want to look into white glove shipping as an option. Be as detailed as possible in your listing so the service providers know what you need.

2 | Choose the Best TV Shipping Company

Once your listing is created, you will start getting TV shipping rates from transporters. While a cheap shipping rate is great, you’ll want to do a little research to feel confident in your choice of transporter. As the quotes come in, talk to the shipping companies directly. Find out more about their services and their experience in shipping TV’s.

Every service provider in the uShip marketplace has their own carrier profile where you can find their transportation history with customer rated feedback, and safety records. When selecting a TV shipping company, it is important to check their feedback and references and read about their experience and expertise. Different types of TVs – from plasma to projection – must be handled differently. The TV shipping company you choose should instill confidence that they will expertly handle your valuable electronics. Talking to the transporters and reviewing their profiles can help you feel confident you’re choosing the best TV shipping company.

3 | TV Shipping & Delivery

When you have chosen a transporter to ship your TV, contact them with any concerns, additional information, or questions you may have about your shipment. Let them know any details about the pick up and delivery locations that may be important. Coordinate with them on pick up and delivery days, and share any third party contact information that may be beneficial to a smooth shipment. If you run into any issues communicating directly with your transporter, contact us. We are here to help before, during, and after your TV delivery.

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How Much Does it Cost to Ship a TV?

The average price to ship a TV within North America is $2.57 per mile for shipments under 100 miles and $0.34 per mile for shipments under 1000 miles. This price is dependent on a lot of details, including: dimensions and weight of your TV, service type, distance, and timeframe. For a better idea of what your TV shipping could cost, check out our cost to ship household goods page. You’ll find TV shipments completed through the uShip marketplace and get a better idea of how we work.

How to Insure Your TV Shipping

When you’re reviewing carrier profiles, be sure to check insurance coverage. Some TV shipping companies are prevented by their insurance providers from covering certain electronics. If the TV transporter you choose to work with is unable to insure your TV, you should check with your homeowners insurance policy or buy spot coverage for the trip. You can also purchase additional cargo insurance through uShip.

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