Home & Apartment Movers

Moving to a new home is an exciting adventure, but it can also be a challenging one. There’s a lot of things to keep in mind, but one thing you shouldn’t have to worry about is whether your belongings will get to your new place safely. From packing and unpacking your possessions, to finding the best route from your old home to your new one, to finding a storage facility for the things you don’t have space for, Denver’s best residential moving companies have the equipment and experience to help guide you through the logistics of your move.

 

We provide you with free quotes from local moving companies in the Denver metro area. They’re ready to help you, whether you’re moving across Denver or into the city from another part of the country.

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Residential Moving Services

Every move is unique, but our network of licensed and insured residential moving companies is ready to overcome your relocation’s specific hurdles.

 

Full-Service Moves

If you’re moving to Denver from another state, a full-service move is the iideal choice. You can focus on the journey and let the interstate movers worry about the packing, transport, and setup of your belongings. Since they come equipped with the necessary supplies and tools, you don’t have to worry about accounting for unexpected expenses that might crop up if you were moving yourself.

 

Hourly Moves

If you’re just moving across town, hiring movers by hour is one of the most cost-efficient options. Perfect if you’re just looking for someone to move the heavy furniture or if you’re relocating to a modestly sized apartment, an hourly moving service is a sensible choice for just about everyone.

 

Apartments

Don’t let the stress of an apartment move get the best of you. When you use Cheap Denver Movers to find a moving company in Denver, CO, you’ll get the attention of a licensed and insured mover dedicated helping you get settled into your new apartment quickly.

 

Condos

Cut the time and hassle out of the move to your Denver condo with the help of a moving company. They can save you time and money, leaving you more energy to settle into your new space.

 

House Moves

It is easy to underestimate the time and effort that goes into moving to an entirely new house. Sometimes the scope of your relocation doesn’t really settle in until you’re taking inventory and surveying stacks upon stacks of moving boxes. Using Cheap Denver Movers allows you to place some of your moving responsibilities in the hands of seasoned professionals, so you don’t have to bear the burden alone.

 

Packing/Wrapping/Crating

While moving your heavy appliances and furniture may be the most physically taxing part of a move, what really sucks up your time is the process of packing everything up. Our moving partners can handle that task for you, applying their knowledge to ensure everything you own is packed in the safest and most efficient manner possible.

 

Piano Moves

There are few tasks more labor intensive than moving a piano. One wrong move could cause serious injury to yourself or damage to the instrument. All the movers in our directory have extensive experience and knowledge of the proper moving techniques. Plus, they’re fully licensed and insured in the case that something goes wrong.

 

Loading/Unloading

Let experienced residential moving companies in Denver take the stress out of your next DIY move. They can significantly speed up the process or loading or unloading your rental truck or U-Haul trailer. You can count on them to treat all your belongings with care.

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A Checklist for Your Residential Move

Not everyone has the luxury of planning their move in advance, but if you do, make the most of it. A little long-term planning can make your move seamless and determining the crucial steps in your move can prevent frustrations when you’re down to the wire.

 

A Month or More Before Your Move

Get quotes from movers

All the moving companies on the Cheap Denver Movers platform are high-quality and reasonably priced. Determining the exact services that you need ahead of time and shopping around can save you significant money when the move comes around.

 

Put together a budget

Common moving expenses include the cost of a moving company, utility fees, rent deposits, and packing supplies. Setting a budget in advance can better prepare you and reduce the chance of unexpected expenses.

 

Start organizing your belongings

We recommend identifying items you no longer want and getting rid of them before the move. Organizing a yard sale is a great way to declutter and make a little money in the process. If there’s anything you want to keep but can’t fit in your new property, your residential mover can help you find a safe storage facility in Denver. Additionally, identify items that can go with the mover to the new home, and separate smaller valuables and keepsakes you’ll want to move personally.

 

Within a Month of Your Move

Forward Your Mail

Fill out a change of address form with the USPS. Also make sure to alert service providers like utility companies and banks.

 

Disconnect & Connect Your Utilities

Set up utility shutoff at your old property and service turn-on at your new property. This can usually be done close to the date, but a little preparation can’t hurt. Consider the crossover between shutoff and activation to provide yourself a little wiggle room.

 

Start Packing

If you’re packing your belongings yourself, start boxing up non-essential items first before transitioning to other things.

 

Within a Week of Your Move

Pay your bills

Make sure all your necessary bills are paid.

 

Confirm the moving day and time

Contact your moving company to confirm your appointment.

 

Pack an essentials bag

Set aside a “first night” bag containing the essential items you’ll need on moving day. These might include bathroom supplies and bedding.

 

Finish packing

Go through your belongings and make sure everything you don’t need for the next few days is packed and labeled.

 

The Day Before

Double check with the movers

Verify your contact information with the moving company and confirm the time of arrival.

 

Pack your vehicle

Pack your car or set aside anything you intend to move yourself.

 

Rest up

Get a good night’s sleep.

 

Moving Day

Talk to the movers

Go over the details of your move with the company. Neatly labeled boxes and clear instructions can make the process easier. Also, double check the delivery address with the driver.

 

Final walk through and cleaning

Do a walkthrough of your home once the crew has left to ensure nothing was damaged or left behind. Be sure to do a final cleaning that satisfies your lease agreement or house contract.

 

By following these steps, you’ll be well on your way to a stress-free move. The best place to get started now is with a free moving quote. Request your estimate today and get rates from multiple Denver moving companies for free!

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