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Why Use Us to Find a Mover?


Since 2009 we've been helping people looking to move find moving companies who are able to move them. Our network of movers is vast and we have access to both Local and Long Distance movers.

Quality Control

Before we work with a moving company we check to make sure they have the proper licensing and insurance to perform moves. We also use security software to ensure that your information is kept secure as you complete our form.

Multiple Options

You'll receive up to 6 free moving quotes which will allow you to compare and contrast various different moving companies. These movers know they are going up against other movers for your business, so they will try to offer you their best deal.

No Obligation

Filling out our form and receiving free moving quotes puts you under no obligation to hire any of the movers who contact you. If you do not like any of the movers or what they are offering, you can freely walk away.

Local vs. Long Distance Moving

Do you know if you need a Local or Long Distance Mover? It may surprise you to hear that it has nothing to do with how far you are moving. If you move within a single state you are making a Local move and need a Local mover. These movers are regulated by the state they move in and need to obtain a license from that particular state authority, so make sure your mover is properly licensed before you hire them. If your move involves crossing state lines you are making a Long Distance move and need a Long Distance mover. These movers are regulated by the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) and need to obtain a license from the FMCSA in all cases regardless of which state they base their operations out of. You can visit the FCMSA website to confirm the licensing status of the mover you are considering. The first step in determining if a mover is right for you is always confirming that they are properly licensed.