Moving Companies in High Point

Last Updated: 06/13/2024

Heading to High Point? iMoving can help. Use our platform to shop, compare, and book your High Point movers in a few easy clicks.

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North Carolina is experiencing an influx of new arrivals. High Point is no exception. Whether you’re looking for home or your hometown is getting too crowded, use iMoving to book the best moving companies in High Point - no phone calls or house calls required.

We take safety and security seriously. It’s why we have the iMoving research team carefully review each mover’s safety records, licensing and certifications, and customer feedback to ensure you’re dealing with a moving team you can trust. We even go undercover and do some secret shopping while we’re at it.

From dispatch to heavy lifting, the iMoving team has handled it all. Now, we’re ready to use our 30+ years of experience to revolutionize the way you relocate.

No more annoying phone interviews or intrusive in-home estimates: Just tell us more about your High Point move, and we’ll handle the rest.

Just Booked: Recent High Point Moves

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

Our Top High Point Movers

As of June 2024

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

Here are our top picks for High Point moving:

High Point 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 High Point:

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Residential Moving

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

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Commercial Moving

iMoving’s commercial movers specialize in office and business relocations, ensuring minimal downtime and disruption.

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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 High Point.

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Local Moving

A move across High Point may be short, but you'll still need the best local movers on the market. Use iMoving to find them.

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Packing and Unpacking

Packing can be a pain. That's why iMoving can organize your packing services so you don't have to.

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It can get hot in High Point, so use iMoving to book some climate-controlled storage to suit your needs.

High Point Moving Tips

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

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


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.

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.

A High Point move can cost you anywhere from $310 to $9300 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.

All movers are legally required to offer a minimum level of insurance coverage. Unfortunately, this amounts to about $0.60 per pound of items lost, damaged, or destroyed. Did your 4 pound Macbook get broken in transit? You're only gonna get $2.40. Fortunately, iMoving can connect you with movers who offer full value protection. This means if something gets damaged or broken, you'll be reimbursed the actual price.

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.