Columbus movers
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Movers in Columbus

Movers in Columbus, OH


Your big move to Columbus is around the corner. Have you sorted out how you will get your possessions to your new home?


iMoving is here to make that process easier for you. Instead of trawling through online review sites in the hopes of finding a reputable mover, let us do the heavy lifting for you.


Our team has already gone through the process of extensively vetting local and long-distance moving companies. We can connect you with reliable local moving companies in Columbus, Ohio that offer the services you need ahead of your big move.


We do not use algorithms or online reviews to vet movers. Our team personally checks that a mover is insured, licensed, reputable and has at least two years of experience before we consider adding them to our network.


Any moving transaction done through iMoving includes a binding quote, with no hidden fees tacked on at the end. When a Columbus moving company sends someone to your location and they assess the size of your move, the quote you receive is what you will pay.


The days of dealing with rude, unprofessional and dishonest movers are over. You may have heard stories from families who dealt with such companies, but when you ask iMoving for a referral for Columbus movers, you are only put in touch with the very best.


And if you need any support during this process, our customer support team is available through live chat, email and over the phone.


Moving Services in Columbus, OH


Finding the right mover is always challenging, especially if there are particular services you need ahead of your upcoming move. At iMoving, we work hard to pair you with the mover that provides the services you find most important.


Some of the special services that you can expect from the best Columbus movers in our network include:


  • Heavy and Valuable Items Handling - Heavy items such as pianos need special equipment for safe packing. And valuables such as collectibles, vintage guns and antiques also need extra care during the process. The best movers offer these services, so long as you tell them about your needs ahead of time.
  • Car Transportation - If you are moving from across the country, driving to get to Columbus is not an option. You will probably fly, leaving the issue of your vehicle. Many of the movers in our network offer a vehicle transportation service, where your car is loaded onto another vehicle and driven to Columbus.


Some Handy Tips for Moving to Columbus


It is easy to forget crucial steps of the moving process when you have less than a month to go before the big move. Aside from choosing the ideal moving company for your move, there are other things that must get done.


If you have pets, ensure that you have made the proper arrangements for their relocation. Many states require you to register a pet within a few days of moving.


A trip to your local post office will be necessary, a few days before you head out. Fill in a change of address or mail forwarding form, ensuring that all mail coming to your current address is sent to the new one.


And do not forget to transfer policies such as health, car and homeowners insurance when you move. If your current providers operate in Columbus, it should be a seamless process.


Things to Keep In Mind When Moving to Columbus Ohio


The state capital of Ohio, Columbus is home to roughly 900,000 people. It is the most populated city in the state, making it ideal for newcomers to settle into the Ohio lifestyle.


There are plenty of interesting attractions to check out when you are living in Columbus. Places such as the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium would be a lot of fun for the whole family, while German Village is a great spot for young professionals and couples to do some shopping. COSI science center is another must-see spot!


If you are a fan of nature, you will be stunned by the beauty of Franklin Park Conservatory and the Botanical Gardens. There are plenty of other areas near Columbus where you can go for a walk or hike.