Moving in Memphis or to Memphis? You’re in luck! There are several moving companies in Memphis that will help you with your move. I will tell you about four moving companies that service the Memphis area, plus another service that may be able to help with your move.
Memphis Area Mover #1: Two Men and a Truck
Two Men and a Truck is a franchise which services a good deal of the country. Personally, I used Two Men and a Truck during my last move. They were very professional and quick. They knew what they were doing. I simply filled out the online info request form on their website, and the next day someone called me for more information and gave me a quote. They came within $50 of what they quoted me, so I found them pretty reasonable. You need to either submit a quest for a quote on their website or call to get a quote.
You can visit Two Men and a Truck on the web.
Memphis Area Mover #2: Cooper Moving
Cooper Moving is a full-service moving company that charges by the hour for local moves. They are a local company from Memphis, but that does not mean that they will not do long-distance moves. There is a calculator on their website which indicated that as of May 2009 a move for a 1200 square foot home would be $480 to $960. This is a large range, however the length of time it takes them to move you determines the cost of the move.
You can visit Cooper Moving on the web.
Memphis Area Mover #3: Ewing Moving Service
Ewing Moving Service is another local moving company situated in the Memphis area. They are headquartered in Memphis, but also have offices in Nashville. Their specialty includes complete packing and warehouse storage. If you have a large move, Ewing Moving may be the best bet for you. Rates are not available on their website. You need to call them in order to obtain a quote for your particular move.
You can visit Ewing Moving Service on theweb.
Memphis Area Mover #4: Harry Wilder’s Complete Moving
Harry Wilder’s Complete Moving may be a great bet for someone moving from one apartment to another in Memphis, TN. Their rates are $42 per man hour, which means you pay $42 per hour, per man. If you plan on using Harry Wilder’s Complete Moving Service, you need to call them and tell them all the specifics of your move. There are certain things such as tanning beds that they do not move.
You can visit Harry Wilder’s Complete Moving on the web.
In addition to these four moving companies, I have a fifth option for your move. If you plan on renting a U-Haul, you can rent it at the BP Gas Station near the corner of S. Germantown Rd. and Poplar Ave. in Germantown. There is a young gentleman that works there that you can hire to help with your move after working hours. He will bring other men to help as well. This could be economical for someone with a move that they could do themselves, but just need a little extra man power for the heavy items. The telephone number for this BP/Service Station/ U-Haul rental facility is 901-754-2240.
No matter if your move is big or small, within the city or far off, there are plenty of options for you in Memphis. Out of the four Memphis Area Movers that I have suggested, one of them should work for you.