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About Two Men and a Truck

Two Men and a Truck is a moving company with more than 380 locations across the U.S., Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Prices vary by location, but Two Men and a Truck’s costs trend lower than its competitors’. Additional services include packing and unpacking, temporary storage and expedited moves. Contact a local franchise for exact pricing and services.

    Pros & Cons


    • Locations nationwide
    • Friendly reputation
    • Affordable rates


    • Experiences vary by location

    Bottom Line

    Two Men and a Truck is widely available and often has lower prices than competitors. Although customer experiences vary based on the franchise, Two Men and a Truck is generally known for having helpful, considerate movers.

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    Council Grove, KS

    Hired Two Men And a Truck to move us out of Topeka about an hour away. They did a great job! Very professional and worked extremely hard on a hot, hot day. No issues with any dama...

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    Glendale, Arizona

    The movers were very efficient and friendly! They offered a fair price and worked very carefully. They were able to move even our heaviest and most delicate items and finished eve...

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    About Two Men and a Truck

    Two Men and a Truck is a moving company that has more than 380 local franchises across the U.S., Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Because it is a franchised company, experiences vary, but Two Men and a Truck is known for quick, professional and friendly movers and moving services. All moves come with loading and unloading, online tracking and basic liability coverage, which pays 60 cents per pound for lost or damaged items.

    Two Men and a Truck moving services

    Two Men and a Truck handles local, long-distance and cross-country moves. The company performs business moves in addition to household moves. It offers optional services, including packing, unpacking and temporary storage. Some franchise locations have a minimum time or distance requirement.

    • Local moves: Two Men and a Truck’s main claim to fame is its local moves. It charges hourly, often with minimum times of one to two hours.
    • Long-distance moves: Most Two Men and a Truck locations perform long-distance moves. Some franchises have restrictions on distance, so check first to make sure your local franchise can complete your move.

    Two Men and a Truck’s additional moving products and services include:

    Packing supplies
    The company sells packing supplies, including cardboard boxes, packing tape, protective wrapping, packing paper and specialty boxes.
    Piano moving
    Two Men and a Truck’s expert movers have experience moving pianos and other bulky or fragile items.
    Expedited moving
    The company can expedite moves for a fee.
    Value Flex
    Two Men and a Truck’s Value Flex is a more affordable option. The movers pack household belongings into a crate and put it on a trailer along with crates from other moves. This type of move takes longer, but it’s cheaper.
    Temporary storage
    The company offers temporary storage for customers whose move-in and move-out dates don’t line up.
    Full valuation coverage
    This enhanced insurance pays significantly more for lost or damaged items than traditional movers insurance.
    Junk removal
    Two Men and a Truck offers cleanout services, garage cleaning and furniture removal.

    Two Men and a Truck cost

    A typical local move with Two Men and a Truck costs between $80 an hour and $100 an hour.  Each Two Men and a Truck franchise sets its own rates, so the final price varies by location. Besides location and time of year, factors that affect moving costs include:

    • Driving time
    • Time needed to load and unload possessions
    • Distance from home to loading and unloading locations
    • Number of flights of stairs

    Some Two Men and a Truck franchises set minimum move times of one to two hours. Speak with a representative for more information.

    Two Men and a Truck FAQ

    Does Two Men and a Truck require an in-home inspection?

    Two Men and a Truck gives estimates over the phone but might require an in-home estimate for the following situations:

    • Homes larger than 1,500 square feet
    • Out-of-state moves
    • Homes with narrow hallways and doorways
    • Moves with unusually large or bulky items
    • Homes with little outdoor parking space
    How do I file a claim with Two Men and a Truck?

    Call your local Two Men and a Truck location to begin the claim process. Be prepared to provide the make, model and manufacturer of the damaged item, as well as photos of the damage.

    How many boxes should I buy from for my move?

    Two Men and a Truck has a guide on its site for prospective customers who need to know how many boxes to buy.

    Does Two Men and a Truck have portable storage options?

    Yes, Two Men and a Truck has portable storage options.

    Is Two Men and a Truck worth it?

    Two Men and a Truck offers reasonably priced, quick moves, especially if you’re moving locally. Long-distance moves are a bit more complicated because of some franchises’ restrictions on travel distances. Several reviews mention courteous, professional movers. We feel comfortable recommending Two Men and a Truck for budget-conscious movers going short distances.

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    Reviewed Nov. 17, 2023

    I contracted Two Men and A truck to move my furniture and appliances on 3/7/2023. They charged me $1,480.09. They were moving my stuff for a distance of 13.3 miles. During the move, the movers caused damages to everything they touched. The head mover reported the incidents to their office and took pictures. I followed up with numerous calls and pictures of the damages. Some damage was caused to my property fixtures as well. They had two of their reps come to my house on two different occasions to access the damages. Repaired the house fixtures and was notified they will be reaching back to me with a resolution to the other damages. That never happened. I have emailed and called them on numerous occasions to no avail. The pictures are too many to upload. If you are looking for a company to move your junk, then they might be the right people to contact.

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    Reviewed Nov. 9, 2023

    I had a really bad experience with Two Men and a Truck Movers. First, the movers did not bring part of a bed frame in the truck so my son, wife and me had to go back and get the frame parts and assemble it ourselves (disassemble/assemble was included in price). Second, the movers did not bring boxes upstairs, they left about 30 boxes on the first floor of a three level townhome. Third, the movers did not disassemble/assemble our wall unit to bring it to the 2nd or main level so it was left in the garage. Fourth, the movers lost an original authentic art piece, which is valued around $1,000.00. The reason is was undetected during the move is because the movers just left without letting us (home owners) know so we were not able to discuss thing that were left undone or missing. A terrible experience. MHS.

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      MoversPunctuality & Speed

      Reviewed Nov. 3, 2023

      Cornell, Ron, and Stephen were fantastic movers in Sacramento! They were professional, polite, and quick! These guys deserve more than 5 stars. I recommend them to anyone moving around Sacramento. Mahalo nui loa!

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      Customer ServiceSales & MarketingPriceQuote AccuracyPacking

      Reviewed Oct. 27, 2023

      The franchise owner, Jeremy, did a walk through with 2 helpers then left. During the preparing of the furniture, Riley stopped and increased the original quote. This continued to happen and was not justified. Extra because more things than they thought, I was still packing when they arrived, truck not big enough (after all items were identified with the pre estimate, plus deposit!). I finally realized they were taking advantage of a 74 yo woman alone.

      So, Jeremy said he would just charge for 6 hrs (the move is by hours not furnishings), went to new location, they unloaded in the driveway and left. I called and Jeremy said they did not like my directions (protect the newly done hardwood, etc.). They did not do one thing as advertised - just wanted money and no service! I have contacted the corporate office and Jeremy’s boss. This is Two Men And a Truck Cookeville Tn. Unfortunately, I paid because Jeremy said only he could take the money; unknown to me they left right after - I expected them to finish the job!

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      Reviewed Oct. 24, 2023

      Don't be fooled by this company. I practically did all my move myself over a month. They came on date selected to move. It took them 1.5 hours to move me and they billed me for 2.5 hours. What a ripoff service. No other company charges you for their guys to leave and drive somewhere else. Guys did a great job, company is a ripoff service.

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      Customer ServiceMovers

      Reviewed Sept. 22, 2023

      One rep came to my home to evaluate how many boxes would be needed. I am disabled, and when I opened the door for him, then stepped back with my walker, I fell. I had to call 9-1-1 to help me get up. The rep kept looking over my apt, did not ask me how I was doing, and left before the ambulance arrived! The next day, Two Men & a Truck called me and said they refused to do my move, which they had agreed to several weeks earlier. This was on a Friday afternoon. I needed to move on Monday! I only had a weekend to find a new mover. Fortunately, I was able to do so. Two Men & a Truck did return my deposit. However, there was no recognition of how much trouble they had caused me. I felt that they had decided they did not want to serve a handicapped person, which is discrimination.

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      Customer ServiceMoversQuote AccuracyPacking

      Reviewed Sept. 6, 2023

      My son hired Two Men and a Truck to load a truck from his one bedroom apartment, first thing mover says, "is this all going on the truck?" Well, isn't that purpose of moving, that it all goes on a truck! Next, the mover then tells my son they are only moving what was put on the estimate, PFFFFFFFT! Next, one mover is loading the truck with boxes while the other is on his phone. After about an hour all they had loaded on the truck was boxes. They hadn't moved any furniture yet. It wasn't looking like they weren't going to get it all moved. So, me and my wife and my son started moving things to the hall and even to the truck. I caught the one guy on his phone and said to him, "he wasn't being paid to be on the phone." Finally, they didn't know how to stack a truck, I had to rearrange the load so all would fit on the truck. I would never hire this company.

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      PriceMoversPunctuality & SpeedDamagePacking

      Reviewed Aug. 22, 2023

      We only hired Two Men & a TRUCK to move a few pieces of furniture. No boxes required. They broke and damages items including my Medical bed. I am DISABLED with many Spinal Issues. They did not know how to properly move a dual Adjustable bed. EVEN AFTER I ASKED. They stated they knew how to move it properly. NO APOLOGIES after ripping my wires. Then tried to put them back making my bed SPARK. They've refused to repair and or replace the items damaged. 2 hours of wasted work time. $347 for an in house move of 2 DRESSERS because they do not know how to ORGANIZE or UTILIZE thier time.

      They waste time!! They need SUPERVISION at ALL TIMES!! The Columbus, Ga. location hires people with NO MOVING EXPERIENCE. The MANAGEMENT is a bad as the EMPLOYEES. They never allowed me to make a claim. They just LEFT their job, NO COMPLETE! They CLAIMED we owed $700+. (FOR A 2 HR. job they WALKED OFF). They only GAVE the ADDITIONAL UP CHARGE after we reported to the BBB to help RESOLVE the matter. My bed is needed for my Medical Issues and they've refused to do the most DECEIT act. They UP CHARGE TO JUSTIFY THEIR BAD BUSINESS PRACTICES.

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      Reviewed Aug. 21, 2023

      I was initially happy enough with their services, until I got the bill. I was billed $680 for 2 bedroom sets and a dining room table (everything was disassembled and the home I moved to is 8 houses down and LITERALLY ON THE SAME STREET)! They charged me for 4 hours when the men only worked 2.5. I called the office the next day and was assured they would reimburse me. That was a month ago. Their records showed 3 hrs of labor yet I was billed for 4 hours and the guys took a 30 minute break that I was billed $70 for.

      I called this morning and the woman on the phone told me they also billed me for the time it took the guys to drive to my home from their shop and the time it took them to get back to the shop after the job was done. Their original quote was for $415 and there was no mention I would be charged for the guys' drive time to get to and from the job. The guys were slow and both mentioned several times that they both had 5 children to feed. Initially, I felt bad for them both and gave them a $60 tip each. All in all, I paid $800 to have 2 small disassembled bedroom sets and a dining room table moved about 1000 feet.

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      Customer ServiceContract & TermsMoversDamagePacking

      Reviewed July 29, 2023

      WORST MOVING EXPERIENCE EVER! I will give kudos to two employees at this location -- Joanie and Tyquan. They are the ONLY ones who have followed the Two Men and a Truck mission statement! The driver Keon was extremely unprofessional in his handling of a situation that arose and the manager T and field operations supervisor Carlos have been of little assistance in resolving my issues. I had an interstate move from Atlanta to Jacksonville. The packing of my home seemed to go smoothly -- however, I had requested and received a quote for boxes for my 65" TV and my wall art which were not on the truck when they arrived. They assured me that they would take great care of my belongings.

      Once we arrived in Jacksonville to unload the next day, things started to take a turn. I have a very large sectional sofa that the movers were well aware of when I was quoted for the move. They also had packed it on the truck in Atlanta. All of my items were removed from the truck and brought into my new home, except one section of the sofa. Keon had told me when loading that they were used to having to use the stairwells for moves and it would not be a problem. When they could not fit the piece into the elevator, the frustration level rose to a boiling point with Keon. He actually got in the truck and left Tyquan standing in the parking lot. No one could reach him as he had driven off of the complex property.

      I received a call from the move manager T trying to come up with a solution. I suggested the stairwell which was met with hesitation. 45 minutes later Keon returned and the movers got my sectional to the 4th floor stairwell landing. Because THEY DID NOT HAVE THE CORRECT TOOLS to take off standard legs on my sofa, it could not fit through the door. T wanted ME to go to Home Depot to purchase the skinny screwdriver they needed. Keon disappeared AGAIN and never returned to speak with me. I found my tools and attempted to take the legs off to fit it through the doorway but did not have the proper tool. So here's what happened....

      MY SECTIONAL WAS LEFT ON THE STAIRWELL LANDING (WHICH IS A FIRE HAZARD) AND I WAS GIVEN A $150 CREDIT ON MY $3900 MOVE!!!! INSULTING!! Also, NONE of my furniture was unwrapped or put back together (which I was assured would happen since it is part of the contract). I also have some pretty significant scratches on my dark wood furniture. I have attempted to have someone call me and resolve the issue multiple times. I suggested a resolution to Carlos 4 days ago and have not heard back. This location has broken the "Grandmother Rule" of Two Men and a Truck on many levels at this point. Next stop....the national headquarters for the company. I may be a single woman, but I will wield a mighty sword when I am wronged.

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