Maryland movers
Total of 11 movers in Maryland
Maryland's mover of the month:
Excalibur Moving
Rockville
  • 8
    Years in Business
  • 3
    Trucks
  • 12
    Workers

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Movers in Maryland

Movers in Maryland

 

At iMoving, we believe that every person, couple or family who is moving to Maryland deserves to have a great experience. When you are moving, all you want is an honest moving company that will provide a great service in exchange for a fair price. But it can be so hard to find such an arrangement.

 

Many moving companies are irresponsible, dishonest and frustrating to work with. We do not want you to have experiences with companies like that. With iMoving, you will only connect with the best moving companies in Maryland. We take on the burden of assessing the services offered by Maryland movers, vetting these companies and determining if they are worth your time.

 

If you are planning a move to Maryland, we can put you in touch with the five or six local or long-distance Maryland moving companies that can best help you. These are companies our team personally vets, as we assess their years in business, certifications, insurance policies, and customer reviews.

 

Unlike other referral companies, we do periodic checks on these companies to ensure they are still upholding the highest standards of excellence. We will never recommend a Maryland moving company unless it is one of the best providers of a moving service you need.

Another perk of using iMoving is that you can handle your payment through us. When a moving company sends you a final quote, it is binding. There are no last minute changes or fees added after the move is complete. And your payment is held for seven days before it is sent to the mover, giving you time to ensure everything is in order.

 

Moving Services in MD

 

The moving companies in the iMoving network are the best in the business. These are companies we personally vet for excellence and quality of services. If you are planning a move to Maryland, you can expect moving companies to offer the following services:

 

  • Option between full packing or a loading/unloading service
  • Local or long distance moves to Maryland
  • Apartment, home and business relocation
  • Short term storage
  • Vehicle relocation
  • Special and heavy items handling

 

When you request moving quotes, we will match you up with the Maryland moving companies that offer the services you are requesting. And when you are communicating with a mover, be sure to mention every type of service you will need ahead of time.

 

Three Tips for a Successful Long Distance Move to Maryland

 

If you are stressed about an upcoming long distance move to Maryland, allow us to help. We have come up with a list of three tips that will help you navigate this move in a comfortable way.

 

  1. Visit Maryland a Few Months Before Your Move

If you can plan a weekend trip to Maryland a few months before your permanent move, it will help you a lot. You can check out the city where you plan on living, visit different neighborhoods, talk to schools and finalize enrollment details, and scope out the restaurants near your new home.

  1. Have Your Vehicle Relocated

Do not try and drive your car thousands of miles if you are moving from across the country. It may sound like a fun trip, but it can turn into a nightmare after a day or two. Most movers within the iMoving network can help you get your car transported to your new address.

  1. Go With a Full Packing Service

It may be a little more expensive, but a full packing service will save you a lot of time and effort. All you need to do is take out the items you want packed. The movers will handle everything else.

 

Things to Know When Moving to Maryland

 

Most famous for its largest city Baltimore, Maryland is in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. It is home to sites such as the Inner Harbor, National Aquarium and the Great Falls. Many professionals will be happy to know that Maryland is very close to Washington DC, the nation’s capital.

 

The state has a very typical climate, with cold winters, mild autumns and springs, and a fairly hot summer. If you are the type of person who enjoys experiencing all the different seasons, you will love living in Maryland.

 

One fact to remember is that Maryland’s school district quality can vary greatly based on the city and neighborhood where you live. If you have kids, you may want to assess the top school districts and choose a place to live accordingly.