I needed a local mover to help me made a move in the city. Great rate, showed up on time and got me moved without any problem! I appreciate your help in finding the mover! Michele & Chris, Maine
Local Movers and Local Moving Companies
Selecting from the assortment of local movers can often be stressful. Choosing the
best one will result in a smooth moving experience, on time and with no aggravation.
Selecting the wrong one can cause you to have a lot of stress that you don’t need
to add to the moving process.
MovingIdeas assists you with finding the perfect local moving company, with little
effort on your part. A free quote can be obtained through MovingIdeas.org, whether
you are moving across town or to another city.
We know that selecting a local mover who specializes in local moves can often be
more complicated than selecting an interstate mover. MovingIdeas.org will relieve
you of that stress by searching for the best local movers for you.
In addition to providing you with moving quotes, we have moving tips and other information
on our website for you to review. These tips and guides will help you make sure
you have all details covered and your move goes smooth!
Local Moving Tips & Information
License: make sure that the company has a valid license with the U.S. Department
of Transportation. Get the license number and verify it at www.safersys.org
Better Business Bureau: check to see if the company is a member. Go to www.bbb.org
to verify the company’s rating and find out if any complaints have been filed against
Local License: click your state name below to find out if the state requires an
additional license outside of the DOT license
Bulky Items: verify whether the mover has the proper equipment to handle items like
hot tubs, pool tables, and pianos. These may need to be disassembled or may require
use of a truck with a lift gate.
Accessorial Charges: make sure that you have discussed all relevant details. Inform
the company whether stairs are involved or if the truck cannot load or unload a
maximum of 75 feet from the front door.
Truck Size: request that the mover pay an on-site visit prior to providing an estimate.
This will allow the company to make sure the moving truck will fit at the loading
and unloading locations.