Moving Companies in Rochester

Last Updated: 07/18/2024

More and more people are moving to Minnesota, and Rochester is no exception (No, not that one). Use iMoving to book the best Rochester movers in the business.

Rochester’s Finest: iMoving

The Best Movers in rochester Working with iMoving

Whether you’re moving in or heading someplace else, iMoving has you covered. With over 1000 vetted and verified movers in our marketplace, we make it easier than ever to shop, compare prices, and book your Rochester movers. No house calls or phone calls required.

We take safety and security seriously. It’s why we carefully review customer feedback, safety records, and licensing and certifications before we let a mover join our network. We even go undercover and pose as customers to keep our carriers honest.

We’ve been in the moving game for over 30 years, and now we’re using what we’ve learned to streamline the whole moving process.

No more annoying phone interviews or intrusive in-home estimates: Just our network of movers, and an awesomely easy online platform to shop and book. Tell us more about your Rochester move, and let’s get packing.

Just Booked: Recent Rochester Moves

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

Our Top Rochester Movers

As of July 2024

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

Here are our top picks for Rochester moving:

Rochester 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 Rochester:

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Residential Moving

From condos to houses, apartments to double-wides, our Rochester movers can handle your residential moving needs.

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Commercial Moving

Our commercial movers in Rochester know their way around business relocations. Book on our platform to minimize downtime and disruption.

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Long-Distance Moving

In the moving industry, anything over 100 miles counts as a long distance move. We've got just the team for the job.

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Local Moving

Even if you’re just moving across Rochester, you can shop, compare and book your local movers with iMoving.

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Packing and Unpacking

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

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If you need a little extra time to finish your move, iMoving has you covered with the best storage in Rochester.

Rochester Moving Tips

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

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


A Rochester move can cost you anywhere from $178 to $7900 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.

When you move to a more built-up or urban area, chances are they won't let you park an entire semi truck in front of your apartment.

Your movers will have to park the main truck at a staging area, and use a smaller box truck or van to transport your stuff to (and from) the trailer. This is called a moving shuttle, and the inconvenience comes at a price. Blame your city council.

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.

It's always a good idea to get insurance, and in the interest of being responsible, we're not going to tell you to skip it.

However, if you're feeling risky and you're only moving a couple blocks (without anything fragile thrown in the mix), you may be able to get away with the basic coverage offered by your movers.

In the moving industry, there are three types of estimates: binding, non-binding, and non-binding, not-too-exceed.

When you get a binding estimate, it means you’re getting a flat rate. The amount on your quote is the amount you’ll pay. Binding estimates are a good sign you’re dealing with a reputable mover.

Non-binding estimates can be adjusted before, during and after a move, but non-binding, not-to-exceed estimates can only be adjusted downwards from your initial price.