Moving Companies in Austin

Last Updated: 05/17/2024

Keep Austin Weird, and keep your move as easy as possible. Book your Austin movers with iMoving, and get professional help in 10 seconds flat.

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The Best Movers in austin Working with iMoving

iMoving is all about Austin moving, and we know how to make your relocation easier, too. Get access to an entire marketplace of vetted and verified movers, all online and all a few clicks away.

If you want to make your Austin move a success, you need the best of the best. Each of our carriers is carefully reviewed, and we even call in and pose as customers to make sure our network stays legit.

The moving team that shows up on your doorstep will be a moving team you can trust.

We’ve got over 30 years in the moving industry behind us. Over all that time, we learned what works, and what clients and customers should look out for. Tell us a bit about your move, and let’s get you packed and Austin-bound.

Just Booked: Recent Austin Moves

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

Our Top Austin Movers

As of May 2024

iMoving selects movers based on their professionalism, customer satisfaction, and moving expertise.
Here are our top picks for Austin moving:

Austin 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 Austin:

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Residential Moving

Our residential moving services cater to apartments, condos, houses, and anything else you can call home in Austin.

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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

Our long-distance moving services make your cross-country or interstate move a seamless experience.

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Local Moving

Quick and reliable local moving services for moving in and around Travis County. Perfect for fast, efficient relocations.

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Packing and Unpacking

Our movers offer full packing and unpacking services, right down to the bubble wrap and packing peanuts.

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Need some extra flexibility? Find secure, climate-controlled storage options for short-term or long-term needs.

Austin Moving Tips

Whether you’re heading to Austin or just down Sixth Street, we’ve got you covered.
Check out these moving day hacks to keep things easy and efficient.


We pride ourselves on our broad range of services, and that includes packing and unpacking. When you search for an Austin mover with iMoving, you’re getting access to over 1000 verified movers, and all the bubble wrap and boxes you’ll ever need.

Austin is a lot cheaper than SF or New York, but with the recent influx of transplants, it’s been getting pricier. Expect to pay about $530,000 for a house, or around $1,750 a month if you’re brave enough to try renting in this economy. You’ll pay around $320 each month for groceries, but at least gas is just $3.10 a gallon.

Austin has decent weather year-round, 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 in Austin it’s WAY too hot for hauling boxes.

Book a move through iMoving, and you’ll get a binding quote no problem. Unlike other moving companies, we make sure our carriers offer binding quotes so you won’t get any unpleasant surprises before, during, or after moving day. You’ll pay what’s on the estimate, and not a cent more.

Are you moving in from California? Hide your license plates. And wherever you’re moving in from, we’ll tell you what we tell everyone else who’s making a state-to-state move: Be on your best behavior, respect how the locals do things, and don’t try to turn your new home into the same place you just left. Enjoy the difference - otherwise, why move at all?