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    by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

    If you are planning a move to or from Fresno, hiring a professional moving company can reduce the burden of moving day both physically and mentally. This detailed guide on how to hire the best moving company includes a list with our choice movers in Fresno.

    Top 13 Fresno Moving Companies

      Colonial Van Lines Read 1,664 Reviews

      Long-distance moves and storage. Includes packing and assembly/disassembly in quote. Requires a deposit of almost 50%. Charges about $2,500 on average for one-bedroom interstate moves. Has Colonial Cubes moving container option.

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        United Nation Van Lines Read 49 Reviews

        Offers long-distance moving and corporate relocation services. Packing services and storage available. Serves the continental U.S. Charges between $2,500 and $5,000 for a two-bedroom move from Philadelphia to Kansas City.

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          American Van Lines Read 2,206 Reviews

          Offers long-distance, military, commercial and corporate moving services. No extra charges for last-minute moves. Requires a significant deposit to reserve a move. Cross-country moves typically cost from $2,000 to $5,000.

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            Empire Moving Group Read 157 Reviews

            Offers nationwide and in-state moving services for residential and commercial customers. Packing and auto transport available. Works with different moving companies to guarantee the easiest and most affordable move possible.

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              Safebound Moving & Storage Read 193 Reviews

              Specializes in long-distance moves. Charges around $2,500 for a cross-country move. Full packing and unpacking services. Short- and long-term storage options available. Provides a dedicated moving coordinator. Military discounts.

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              Action Movers Read Author Review

              Family-owned and operated business. Serves the entire state of California. Requires a two-hour minimum.

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              Courtesy Moving and Storage Read Author Review

              Specializes in full-service local, long-distance and international moves. Provides quick quotes and free estimates. Offers long-term, short-term and monthly storage options.

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              D. W. Ewing Movers Read Author Review

              Makes most local moves in a single day with the help of two or three movers. Bases rates on the total move time with a minimum of two hours. Offers packing services with prices on a per-box basis.

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              Economy Movers Read Author Review

              One of the oldest moving companies in Fresno. Bases shipment costs on weight for moves of a hundred miles or more. Offers free use of their plastic totes and wardrobe boxes. Charges hourly for moves of less than 100 miles.

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              Haulmark Moving Read Author Review

              Provides full-service moving and on-site moving labor help. Specializes in expert quality moving services throughout the state of California. Offers commercial moving.

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              Meathead Movers Read Author Review

              Employs student-athletes working their way through college. Offers long-distance, local moving services, commercial moving and senior moving. Provides a personal moving concierge available seven days a week.

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              Olympic Move & Transport Read Author Review

              Serving Clovis and Fresno County for over a decade. Provides full-service moves that includes loading, unloading, packing, piano moving and special handling of furniture. Crew members complete a rigorous training program.

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              Well Done Moving Read Author Review

              Has experience helping with on-site moves, such as nursing homes, apartment complexes and storage units. Trucks have lift gates to move heavy and fragile items with minimum risk. Specializes in local and long-distance moves.

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                As one of the most affordable places to live in California, Fresno is ideal for growing families, retirees, first-time homeowners and busy professionals. Fresno also has excellent schools, unbeatable weather, a reliable public transportation system, a vibrant arts and culture scene and plenty of outdoor recreational activities. If you are planning to move to Fresno, our moving guide can help.

                How much does it cost to move in Fresno?

                Hiring professional movers costs anywhere between $800 and $15,000. The price depends on a few key factors:

                • How much you’re moving
                • How far you’re moving
                • When you’re moving
                • If you have special requests

                People tend to schedule their moves for the beginning or end of the month, which means you may be able to save some money if you can plan your move to occur midweek or midmonth. Summer is a popular time to move to Fresno, so moving rates are higher in these months. If you have the flexibility to postpone your move date, consider moving during slow seasons like fall and winter.

                Local moving costs within Fresno

                The average cost to move within the Fresno area is $1,250. Many things impact this price, such as if you need help with packing or if you need to move specialty items. Local movers typically charge by the hour, the number of employees and the number of trucks and equipment needed for a quick and safe move.

                As you choose a moving company within the Fresno area, ask about any hidden fees that may impact the total cost of the move. Some of these extra charges include:

                • Stair fees: If you are moving to a multistory home or a high-rise, movers may charge extra for carrying your things up multiple flights of stairs.
                • Long-carry fees: If the drop-off point for your belongings is not close to where the moving truck can park, there may be an extended-carry fee to cover the extra labor.
                • Specialty moves: Fragile items like wine collections, precious family collectibles, antiques and fine art may need to be handled by a specially trained professional.
                • Shuttle fees: Some areas in Fresno, including Downtown Fresno, are known for having extremely narrow streets. If the average moving truck cannot fit on your street, movers may have to park farther away and utilize a shuttle service to get your boxes to your new home.

                Long-distance moving costs in Fresno

                A long-distance move to or from Fresno can cost anywhere between $2,000 and $10,000. Instead of charging by the hour, most long-distance movers charge by weight or the mile. The more items you have and the farther you are moving, the more you can expect to pay for professional movers.

                Here is a table to give you an idea of the average cost to move to Fresno from out of state:

                CityDistanceAverage cost
                Orlando, FL2,200 miles$5,979 - $8,448
                Houston, TX1,500 miles$4,799 - $6,743
                Seattle, WA760 miles$3,762 - $5,245

                Moving services in Fresno

                The prices mentioned above typically cover the cost of transporting your goods from one location to another. However, most Fresno moving companies offer a variety of services that can help make moving day easier. Some of these services include:

                • Packing services: Packing is undoubtedly the most time-consuming part of moving. Many professional moving companies can also pack all or some of your belongings before loading them onto the truck. Because movers typically charge by the hour, you can expect to pay at least $400 in hourly fees to pack and unpack your home.
                • Labor-only moves: If you have your own truck, you may only need expert help to load and unload your belongings. Ask about labor-only moves as a cost-effective solution.

                Choosing a Fresno mover

                When selecting the perfect Fresno moving company for you, it is essential to do your research. Ask friends and family about the movers they’ve used and read online reviews. Unfortunately, scammers pretending to be moving companies take advantage of families and individuals during a chaotic and vulnerable time in their lives. To protect yourself from moving company scams, treat it as a red flag if a company:

                • Provides quotes that are significantly lower than the competition
                • Requires a large down payment
                • Demands to be paid upfront
                • Only accepts cash
                • Cannot provide references
                • Doesn’t use contracts — or, if they do, the contracts are questionable and don’t seem professional
                • Doesn’t give you a way to contact the driver during the move

                If a moving company is doing any of these things, they could be running a scam. The state of California requires movers to register with the California Public Utilities Commission. Check and verify that they are registered, licensed and insured before signing any contracts.

                California regulations for moving companies

                In California, moving companies must be licensed and regulated by the California Bureau of Household Goods and Services. The moving company is required to provide you with:

                • Copy of the moving services agreement
                • “Important Notice About Your Move” document completed by the moving company
                • The "Important Information For Persons Moving Household Goods (within California)" booklet

                A moving company is only allowed to provide you with a written estimate after they’ve conducted a physical and visual inspection of your items.

                For interstate moving, you can search for a registered household goods mover by checking with the Federal Motor Carrier Association and the Department of Transportation.

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                  Fresno moving company information

                  Meathead Movers

                  Meathead Movers employs background-checked college students and athletes to provide top-notch moving services throughout the Fresno area. It works to help domestic abuse victims move out of dangerous situations, and it offers local and long-distance moving and packing services.

                  • Address: 4744 N. El Capitan Ave., Fresno, CA 93722
                  • Phone: (5591) 785-0316
                  • Hours: M - Sat: 7:30am - 7pm; Sun: 8am - 6pm
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                  Courtesy Moving and Storage

                  Courtesy Moving and Storage is Steinway-certified to move pianos and other expensive musical instruments. Customers have access to shipment tracking for long-distance moves as well as commercial storage and management services. The company offers full-service packing or fragile-only packing, free stretch wrapping on furniture and a doorway and floor protection service.

                  • Address: 3515 N. Sabre Drive, Fresno, CA 93727
                  • Phone: (559) 402-3800
                  • Hours: M - F: 9am - 5pm
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                  D. W. Ewing Movers

                  D. W. Ewing Movers requires an estimate for all long-distance moves. When you move locally, your items are the only ones on the truck. It bases the cost of long-distance moves on the weight and distance of the shipment. D. W. Ewing Movers’ warehouse is located in Clovis, and you pay a monthly fee for storage. When you are ready to get your belongings, movers deliver them to you.

                  • Address: 816 Lincoln Ave., Clovis, CA 93612
                  • Phone: (559) 325-7185
                  • Hours: M - F: 8am - 5pm
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                  Olympic Move & Transport

                  Olympic Move & Transport is a full-service moving company. It offers packing services, furniture assembly and disassembly and specialty services for artwork. The company offers cargo insurance on every move and has never had to file a damage claim with their insurer. Olympic Move & Transport’s comprehensive pre-move checklist helps you prepare for your relocation.

                  • Address: 8050 N. Palm Ave., Ste. 300, Fresno, CA 93711
                  • Phone: (559) 392-2400
                  • Hours: M - Sat: 8am - 7pm
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                  Haulmark Moving

                  Haulmark Moving can help you pack, load and transport all of your belongings to your new home. It performs full-service and labor-only moves. When performing full-service moves, it supplies the trucks, tools, tie-downs and dollies. If you are using your own vehicle, it still provides all the necessary tools at no extra cost. The company has experience moving large offices, small apartments and everything in between.

                  • Address: Serves Fresno residents
                  • Phone: (559) 942-0200
                  • Hours: M - Sat: 8am - 5pm
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                  Well Done Moving

                  Well Done Moving is a popular option for California residents who are moving on a tight schedule. It offers same- and next-day services, packing and unpacking services and packing supply sales and delivery. Its employees are experts in moving people into and out of offices, single-family homes, apartments, dorm rooms and nursing homes. If you need specialty items moved, such as a piano or electric bed, Well Done Moving has you covered.

                  • Address: Serves Fresno residents
                  • Phone: (559) 899-9791
                  • Hours: M - Sat: 8am - 6pm; Sun: 8am - 1pm
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                  Economy Movers

                  Economy Movers specializes in local and long-distance moves. Its movers are thoroughly background checked and trained. Customers can track shipments using the tracking tool on the website and read through guides and resources for a more relaxed moving day. The company facilitates commercial and office moves, and it has experience with hotel and commercial receiving, warehousing and inventory control.

                  • Address: 4287 W. Swift Ave., Fresno, CA 93722
                  • Hours: (559) 276-0835
                  • Phone: M - F: 8am - 5pm
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                  Action Movers

                  Action Movers is a family-owned and -operated business based in Fresno. It provides moving services for local and statewide relocations. When you store items with Action Movers, you get the first month free. It offers both short- and long-term storage options, packaging services and boxes for purchase.

                  • Address: 2890 N. Sunnyside Ave., Ste. 106, Fresno, CA 93727
                  • Phone: (559) 347-9466
                  • Hours: M - Sun: 7am - 7pm
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                  by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

                  Sandi Pope previously worked in the nonprofit sector as an advocate for environmental and social change and believes information access is a human right. As a member of the ConsumerAffairs Research Team, she seeks to provide consumers with the necessary information needed in making life-altering decisions.