Moving Companies in Reno

Last Updated: 03/01/2024

Reno, Nevada is not for the faint of heart, but if you’ve made it this far, we know you're the right type of client for iMoving, you daring devil, you!

For movers in Reno, only trust iMoving!

The Best Movers in reno Working with iMoving

“The Biggest Little City in the World,” or Reno doesn’t take its name lightly. Buckle up for the ride to Reno! iMoving with our platform of over 1000+ movers in the area with fully customizable moving plans will get you there in the best way possible.

Excellence is a virtue and we will never strive for less than the best when it comes to your move.

We ensure you will work with trusted, honest movers with proper certifications and the experience needed to make your move simple. 

Thirty years in the moving industry gives us the opportunity to say we have truely seen it all, the good, the bad, and the ugly. Let us save you the latter by booking your move within Reno on our trusty platform.

Just Booked: Recent Reno Moves

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

Our Top Reno Movers

As of March 2024

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

Here are our top picks for Reno moving:

Reno 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 Reno:

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Residential Moving

iMoving can make your house a home. Use our platform to find the best residential movers in Reno.

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Commercial Moving

Relocating your business? Our commercial movers specialize in office and business relocations, ensuring minimal 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

Reno is surprisingly big, so you'll need the best local movers for the job. Fortunately, iMoving has a whole network.

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Packing and Unpacking

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

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Storage

When you need a little extra space, iMoving can help. Shop and book secure storage in Reno today.

Reno Moving Tips

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

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

FAQ

Moving labor is a helpful service you can book if you're planning on DIYing most of your move. Rather than a full-service moving team, moving labor can show up, help with packing, and help with the heavy lifting. Everything else will be up to you, unless you book a moving labor team to meet you at your destination, too.

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.

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.

We recommend tipping between 15% and 20% of the total cost of the move, to be divided up between your entire moving team. Don't forget the driver, either! In the moving industry, tipping is usually accepted and expected. While there are some rare companies that don't accept a gratuity, it's a good idea to have your wallet at the ready just in case.