5 Star Based on 117
5 Star Based on 117
4.7 Star Based on 134
5 Star Based on 67
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This list was put together to showcase long distance movers who have shown the highest level of industry integrity.
Aside from having gone through countless consumer reviews, and Department of Transportation records, the majority of our editorial staff have all have gone through a less than pleasant interstate move experience. The rankings on ReviewtheMover.com are truly the best representation of movers who care about their customer experience, as much as their reputation.
We ranked companies based on an aggregate score in several categories, including ease of contact, price accuracy, delivery speed, and move to complaint ratio. User ratings are sourced from internal data, 3rd-party surveys, and independent authoritative sites.
Whether you are looking for a corporate relocator or a full service interstate mover, the top 5 movers on ReviewtheMover.com are endorsed by the professionals at MoveConnects and the US Moving Protection Agency.
All long distance moving companies are “technically brokers”. The truth is, no moving company is large enough to own and operate enough trucks to facilitate the 8,219 daily interstate moves in the United States. Even if a company has their own trucks, 99% of all long distance movers partner with local carrier agents to facilitate moves. These local agents are the smaller businesses that own few trucks, and specialize in regional routes and focused territories. It makes sense logistically and financially, and can save you money. It all depends on carrier relationships and industry integrity. Luckily, we’ve got you covered.
Steer clear of a company offering to take inventory by weight. Weight is an out-dated method of measuring total move volume, simply because it allows for a lot of ambiguity. Unless a move estimator comes to your home with a scale and weighs every piece of furniture, it will be inaccurate. An agreement based on an inaccurate inventory equals to discrepancies and hidden fees on move day.
Cubic Feet is the measurement of choice. It is the dimensional volume of your total furniture calculated by length x width x height. It is precise and simply calculated, so as long as you have your tape measure handy, an unethical mover cannot take advantage.
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In order to give an accurate quote, you will have to tell your moving rep all the large items you will be moving, to calculate how much space you will need on the truck. Typically, when taken in cubic feet, small to medium household inventory can be taken over the phone. If you have more than a 2 bedrooms home, it’s recommended to schedule virtual walkthroughs. Due to Covid-19 and employee resource drawback, most companies have discontinued in-home walkthroughs.
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Make an educated decision. 3 Should be enough, 4 if you may. Moving rates are usually pretty standardized when dealing with ethical movers. If you see a big price difference in the thousands, you should be skeptical. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn’t the mover for you.
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