Moving Companies in San Francisco

Last Updated: 06/13/2024

If you’ve got the cash, San Francisco is waiting - and if you’re getting priced out, tons of people are leaving the City, too. Either way, use iMoving to book your San Francisco movers.

San Francisco Moves Different with iMoving

The Best Movers in sanfrancisco Working with iMoving

Depending on who you talk to, San Francisco is a cultural hotbed, or just a hotbed of stuff to avoid. Whichever the case, iMoving can help you move to or from San Francisco, and our marketplace of over 1000 movers means you get a fully customized relocation.

We’re not the Tenderloin type. We’re dedicated to keeping our customers safe from scammers and sketchiness, and we do it by keeping close tabs on the movers in our network.

From customer reviews to certifications and insurance, our research team does the legwork so you get movers you can trust. 

The team at iMoving has over 30 years of experience in the moving industry, and now we’re changing the game completely. Use our platform to shop, compare, and book your San Francisco movers today - no house calls or phone calls necessary.

Just Booked: Recent San Francisco Moves

iMoving is the go-to choice for San Francisco moving. Here are some recent moves to prove it:

Our Top San Francisco Movers

As of June 2024

iMoving selects movers based on their professionalism, customer satisfaction, and moving expertise.

Here are our top picks for San Francisco moving:

San Francisco Moving Services Are a Click Away

Every move is different. Whether it’s a home, office, or just a few items of heavy furniture, iMoving provides a whole menu of must-have services for moving in and out of San Francisco:

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Residential Moving

Apartments, condos, houses - whatever you live in, we can get it moved. Use iMoving to book residential movers.

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Commercial Moving

Business is booming in San Francisco. Let the commercial movers at iMoving get your whole HQ moved without missing a beat.

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Long-Distance Moving

Across the state line or across the country, iMoving can connect you with the best long distance movers in San Francisco.

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Local Moving

If you’re just moving across town, we’ve got you covered. iMoving’s local movers make San Francisco relocations a breeze.

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Packing and Unpacking

When you're planning a move in San Francisco, it pays to keep your stuff protected. Our packing pros can help.

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Finding storage in San Francisco can be tough, but iMoving can make it easy. Compare top-rated storage, entirely online.

San Francisco Moving Tips

Whether you’re heading to San Francisco or just doing some daydreaming, we’ve got you covered.

Check out these moving day hacks to keep things easy and efficient.


A San Francisco move can cost you anywhere from $278 to $8500 and beyond. It all comes down to how much you’re moving, and how far you’re traveling. Keep in mind, local movers charge per mover, per hour (with about 2 movers per room), and long distance movers charge by weight (or volume) and miles.

San Francisco may have decent weather sometimes, but we always recommend a mid-month, mid-week move, in any season but the summer. Take a word of advice from the iMoving pros: Avoid a June, July, or August move if possible. It’s the most expensive time to move, and it’s usually WAY too hot for hauling boxes.

If you’re looking for premium movers, we’ve got them. iMoving has a huge network of moving specialists who can handle anything from your motorcycle to your Monet. Use our marketplace and search for premium moving specialists to get that extra TLC.

We always recommend booking your movers at least 2 or 3 months in advance. It may seem like a huge window, but it'll give you plenty of time to plan and prepare. Plus, if you provide a flexible enough moving window, you may end up getting some sweet discounts.

Movers need to have an official Department of Transportation (DOT) number, which you should be able to find on their website. If a moving company handles long distance moves that cross state lines, they'll also need a Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) number. Don't forget to check reviews and look for any insurance info they may feature on their website.