Moving Companies in Kansas City

Last Updated: 07/18/2024

KCMO is growing, and if you’re headed to the Paris of the Plains, you’ll need the best movers in the business. Use iMoving to book your Kansas City movers, whether you’re moving in or moving out.

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The Best Movers in kansascity Working with iMoving

Kansas City is seeing its fair share of transplants, which means it’s also seeing its fair share of departures. Whether you’re a new arrival or you’re just trying to get away from all the Californians, shop iMoving’s 1000+ Kansas City movers and get moved easier than ever.

We take your safety and security seriously. It’s why we have the iMoving research team carefully review safety records, customer feedback, and licensing and certification for every mover who joins our marketplace. We even go undercover and pose as customers to make sure our carriers are staying honest.

Our team has been in the moving industry for over 30 years. Over all that time, we learned a thing or two about how to make the whole process easier.

No more intrusive in-home estimates, and no more annoying phone calls. Book your Kansas City move entirely online, and in just a few clicks.

Just Booked: Recent Kansas City Moves

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

Our Top Kansas City Movers

As of July 2024

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

Here are our top picks for Kansas City moving:

Kansas City 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 Kansas City:

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Residential Moving

Moving your home takes a personal touch. Our residential movers can keep your stuff safe and secure.

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Commercial Moving

We handpick our commercial movers to make sure your office and inventory is in the best hands possible.

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Long-Distance Moving

To or from Kansas City, it doesn't matter. iMoving has the long distance movers you need to make your relocation a success.

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Local Moving

Anything under 100 miles and within the same state counts as a local move. We've got plenty of local movers for the job.

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Packing and Unpacking

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

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Book safe and secure storage in Kansas City, and use iMoving to compare the best picks for the job.

Kansas City Moving Tips

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

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


A Kansas City move can cost you anywhere from $291 to $8800 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.

Kansas City 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.

To prepare for a move in Kansas City, we recommend taking a few important steps. First, make sure you've got a job lined up at your destination. Secondly, downsize as much as possible before shopping for movers.

If you're doing your own packing, box up your stuff starting with the least-used items, and always pack an essentials bag so you aren't stuck rooting through boxes for your toothbrush or clean underwear.

If a moving company is expecting you to pay for your entire move up front, run. This is a common tactic for sketchy movers, and if you pay up front, there's no guarantee they'll even deliver your stuff.

On the other hand, paying a down payment before the big day is relatively common. Expect to pay a few hundred bucks, or 5-10% of the price of your move. Also, use iMoving to make sure you aren't dealing with scammers.

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.