Austin Moving Companies
Thank you for visiting our list of Austin Moving Companies. We compiled this as a quick reference for our clients. Of course, we have not used all these companies personally, but have heard positive reviews about them from clients or friends.
Here’s a tip for working with a mover: Always give them more information that you think they will need. The more complete you are, the better their service will be. For example, if you have a long or steep driveway, a second small truck will be needed to shuttle back and forth. Do you have an item that needs to be taken apart? Does a door jamb need to be removed to get an items out? What about stuff in the attic? Get your bid in writing, and check it to be sure that all is included.
Accurate Firefighter Movers
All My Sons Moving
El Sol Movers
Square Cow Movers
They handle household moves and will move or ship individual items
High School Haulers
They will help you move or haul something.
Boxes, tape, bubble wrap, peanuts and other items for moving and shipping.
Professional organizer who can help you plan and organize your move
Good places to donate stuff:
Donation Town They schedule pick up for several charities
Goodwill Central Texas – 512-637-7196 (Will pick up some items.)
Habitat for Humanity – Household items, construction items, tools
Next to New Shop (St. David’s Episcopal) Consignors receive 50% – Rest goes to charity.
Settlement Home Garage Sale – (Children’s Shelter) – 512-448-5302
St Vincent De Paul Catholic Church – 512-442-5652
Texas Reach Out – 512-291-0921
Thanks for visiting our Austin Moving Companies list. If you had a great moving experience, let us know, and we will update this list. And, if you have a real estate need, call to discuss. We’ll listen and take notes! With over 30 years experience in Austin real estate, we have a lot to offer about the schools, neighborhoods, trends, and more.