Three Men and a Truck offers local and long-distance moving services throughout Texas. If you have a small move from one apartment to another in the same general area, we have it covered. If you need to move from Amarillo to Brownsville, or El Paso to Beaumont, it’s no problem. We cover the entire state, plus interstate and international moves. Our helpful movers will explain the process and get you started.
Long-Distance Moving Services in Texas
At nearly 270,000 square miles, Texas is the second-largest state by landmass in the U.S. (by far the largest in the continental U.S.) and second in population. But unlike number one California, Texas is gaining as Americans move there from other states. More than three million people have moved into Texas from other U.S. states in the last ten years, and the influx is not slowing down. If you are moving to or within Texas, Three Men and a Truck can help you with your long-distance residential or office move.
Local Movers in Texas
Finding a great local moving company in Texas isn’t a tough job—Three Men and a Truck has regional offices across the state, ready to help you. We can handle any size move, from a small apartment move across town to a complicated campus relocation. In Texas, moves that don’t cross the state line are regulated by the Department of Motor Vehicles. All Three Men and a Truck offices are properly Registered, but ego above and beyond what the state requires—we want you to be comfortable knowing that we are taking good care of your important belongings. You don’t have to worry when you trust us with your move.
How much does a mover cost in Texas?
The best way to find out how much your move will cost is to get a couple of in-home estimates. Taking the time to walk through your home and review everything you are moving is one way that Three Men and a Truck is different from some of the competition. We won’t give you a low estimate and then raise the price on moving day. We will provide you with a written estimate based on the visual survey and the inventory we create with your input. This way, you know what the job will cost upfront—no hidden fees, no surprises. We will explain what goes into the move charges, whether the move is local or long-distance. We will also take the time to make sure you understand your options for insurance. We are conscientious movers, but we want you to have the coverage you need if something goes wrong.
Three Men and a Truck offers all these moving services in Texas:
- long-distance moving
- local moving
- full-service movers
- international moving
- residential moves
- commercial moves
- corporate moving
- moving and storage
- movers and packers
- movers with a truck
- furniture moving
- military moving
- same day moving
Cost & Time Examples For Moving To Or From Texas
|To / From Texas||Distance||2 BR||3 BR||4 BR|
|Troy, MI to Texas||1119 miles||$2,801 – $2,850||$3,394 – $5,187||$4,587 – $7,478|
|Texas to Carmel, IN||883 miles||$2,015 – $2,846||$3,186 – $4,358||$4,058 – $6,134|
|Stanley, KS to Texas||651 miles||$2,130 – $2,675||$3,038 – $3,950||$3,750 – $5,328|
|Texas to Los Alamos, NM||789 miles||$2,077 – $2,867||$3,169 – $4,064||$3,864 – $5,797|
|Johns Creek, GA to Texas||711 miles||$2,006 – $2,774||$3,158 – $4,513||$2,913 – $4,571|
|Texas to Atlanta, GA||693 miles||$1,933 – $2,678||$3,043 – $0,156||$3,756 – $5,338|
|Rockville, MD to Texas||1215 miles||$2,305 – $3,185||$3,557 – $5,007||$4,807 – $6,804|
|Texas to Saint Louis, MO||689 miles||$1,931 – $2,676||$3,040 – $4,053||$3,753 – $5,332|
|Texas to Palo Alto, CA||1650 miles||$2,895 – $3,924||$4,128 – $6,058||$5,458 – $8,077|
|Santa Monica, CA to Texas||1409 miles||$2,862 – $3,821||$3,962 – $4,961||$5,061 – $7,635|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and other factors. Get a quote custom tailored to you.
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Who Regulates Moving Companies in Texas and Where Can I Verify a Movers’ License?
Moving firms in Texas are regulated by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. You can check the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles’ database to see if a moving company is licensed with the Texas DMV before hiring them.
I Don’t Have Enough Boxes to Package Up My Belongings. Where Can I Find Moving Boxes in Texas?
If you’re looking for moving boxes in Texas, you can purchase some boxes at Ecobox. They are a shipping supplies company based in Austin, Texas. However, we also offer complete packaging services that can save you the stress of looking for moving boxes.
How Accurate Are Your Moving Estimates and Are They Considered Final?
Our phone/web consultations are 90% accurate. However, it is only an estimate. To acquire a final and written quote, an on-site inspection is required. This would provide us with a clearer picture of the job’s scope. Customers have the option of opting out of the inspection, although we strongly discourage it. Even though we’ve gotten rather good at estimating costs based on our past experiences, nothing beats a physical examination for an accurate quote.
What’s the Best Time to Move in Texas and How Far Ahead Should I Plan My Move?
It is preferable to move to Texas in September or October. You will be able to avoid summer and winter bad weather conditions. You’ll also begin your new life in Texas during the warmest months of the year.
It’s also a good idea to give at least two weeks’ notice for local relocation. If you are relocating out of state or out of the country, you must notify your moving firm 4 to 6 weeks in advance.
I’m Not Ready to Move All My Items to the Destination Yet. Who Provides Storage Services in Texas?
We provide secure storage facilities in Texas where you can store your items temporarily until you’re ready. We also have storage facilities in other states, so you won’t have to worry about safely storing your belongings when crossing state borders.
What Documents Do I Need to Have on Me When Moving to Texas?
If you want to move to Texas, you’ll need to show proof of:
● Citizenship or legal status
● Social security number
● Certificate of insurance (for each vehicle you own)
● Texas vehicle registration documents (for each vehicle you own)
A Moving Company Tricked Me! How Can I File a Complaint in Texas?
Clients who want to file a complaint against a moving company should go to the FMCSA’s National Consumer Complaint Database online or call 1-888-368-7238 toll-free.
Do I Have to Be Present During the Move or at the Destination?
For documentation purposes, being present at the commencement of the move is required. Although it is ideal for the homeowner to accompany the moving crew to the new location, we recognize that some customers have restricted schedules. If you won’t be able to accompany the movers to the new residence, make arrangements for someone to meet them there.