Over the past 10 years, we’ve developed a rigorous review process to identify the absolute best moving companies. We look at:
Customer satisfaction (40%): The company consistently delivers services in a timely matter with good communication and within the estimated cost.
Dispute resolution (20%): Mistakes cannot be avoided in the moving industry. We look for companies that own their mistakes and make genuine efforts to fix any issues that arise during a move.
Industry reputation (15%): The company is well regarded within the moving industry and participates in industry conferences and organizations.
Online reputation (15%): The company maintains a professional website with accurate information. The company promptly and professionally responds to online customer inquiries.
Service options (10%): We look for companies with a deep breadth of services including full packing, storage, specialty item handling, expedited delivery, and more.
Average moving company cost in Greensboro
The pricing table below shows ballpark costs for local moves within the Greensboro area and its surrounding suburbs. Or check out our post on the cost to move in Greensboro for more pricing info.
Keep in mind the price ranges listed are only averages. Actual costs can vary greatly depending on the specific requirements of your move.
You can also check out our moving cost calculator for more accurate moving cost estimates.
|Home Size||Avg. Total Cost||Cost/hour||# of Movers||# Hours|
|Studio||$368||$119||2 movers||3 hours|
|1 Bedroom||$487||$119||2 movers||4 hours|
|2 Bedroom||$750||$167||3 movers||5 hours|
|3 Bedroom||$1,647||$233||4 movers||8 hours|
|4 Bedroom||$1,880||$233||4 movers||9 hours|
|5+ Bedroom||$2,865||$327||5 movers||10 hours|
Things to keep in mind for your Greensboro move
- Parking Permits: Check with the City of Greensboro for details about parking permits and restrictions that you should know about before your move to G-Boro
- State Licensing: For-profit household goods carriers in the state fall under the jurisdiction of the North Carolina Utilities Commission, Transportation Division. All legitimate movers should have a “C Number” issued by the commission, signifying that they’ve met minimum insurance requirements and adhere to the provisions outlined in the state’s Maximum Rate Tariff (MRT).
FAQs for Greensboro movers
How do I find a reputable Greensboro mover?
There are many things you should look for in a mover to ensure they’re reputable such as:
- A good reputation: Whether they’re a new family-owned business or a large van lines company with years of experience, a good reputation is absolutely essential.
- Dispute resolution: If the mover has many unresolved customer complaints, steer clear. All movers will eventually have some mishaps, but it’s the handling of these moments that show the company’s true colors.
- Experience for your move: Even a professional mover with amazing reviews for local moves may struggle to handle a cross-country move. Make sure the company has adequate experience for your particular needs.
What is the cheapest day to hire a mover?
If you’ve asked yourself this question, congratulations.
You’re asking the right questions to save money on your move. Typically, the earlier you book your move the better.
Avoiding weekends, holidays, and the summer will typically give you the best price on your move.
Shopping for the lowest quote is typically a bad idea since many companies will take your move for the lowest cost only for the price to end up doubling on the actual move day!
Do Greensboro movers offer storage?
Yes, depending on your storage needs most moving companies in Greensboro do offer both short and long-term storage units.
However, while some have their own storage facilities, others don’t, in which case they may store your items at a third-party warehouse. It’s always worth asking about storage facilities and getting quotes when screening prospective movers early on in the moving process.Should you use your mover's storage solutions?
What is there to do in Greensboro?
Some popular attractions in Greensboro include:
- International Civil Rights Center & Museum
- Greensboro Science Center
- Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden
- Guilford Courthouse National Military Park
- The Bog Garden at Benjamin Park
- Greensboro History Museum
- The Greensboro Arboretum
- LeBauer Park
- Wet'n Wild Emerald Pointe
- Greensboro Coliseum Complex
- Carolina Theatre
- Gateway Gardens
- Lake Brandt Marina
- BurMil Park
How’s the job market in Greensboro?
Greensboro’s unemployment rate is at 5.6%. Looking for a job in “The Gate City”? Let us help you start looking, here’s a list of the top employers from this North Carolina city:
- Guilford County Schools
- Cone Health
- City of Greensboro
- United States Postal Service
- Guilford County
- University of North Carolina at Greensboro
- High Point Regional Health System
- Bank of America
- American Express
- TE Connectivity
Helpful Greensboro Resources
Planning a move to Greensboro? We have a guide for that, select your origin below.
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- Moving from New York City to Greensboro
- Moving from Chicago to Greensboro
- Moving from Houston to Greensboro
- Moving from Phoenix to Greensboro
- Moving to Greensboro from somewhere else
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