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What are Long Carries?
A long carry is a charge that may appear on your bill if the movers have a long distance to carry things from your home to the truck, or vice versa. They can be anticipated, but not always avoided. The moving company will have a set distance that they will carry items with no additional charge. It is measured from the rear of the truck or van to the entrance of the residence. Let's say that a mover has a maximum carry distance of 100 feet as company policy. If they end up having to carry your th
How to Find a House Mover
Many people don't want to leave their house behind when they move. If that's the case for you, you can actually move your entire house with you. You may have to move because of work, because of frequent flooding in your current location, or because of any number of other reasons. Whatever your situation is, you don't have to say goodbye to your home when you move.
Always Get Insurance
The default compensation movers provide for damaged goods is 60 cents per pound per article – otherwise known as Released Value protection. It’s always a good idea to purchase extra insurance to ensure that your items are fully covered against damage. Full Value Protection holds the movers liable for replacing the broken or lost item with something similar, repairing the item or compensating you with its full cash value.
Finding Your Mover
Research, research and research! This is the most important part of finding your moving company. Movers.com can help you locate movers in your area. We also showcase company reviews from customers. Be sure to do your homework when hiring a mover.
What is the ProMover Program?
The American Moving & Storage Association launched the ProMover Program to give people the peace of mind they deserve when getting ready to move. The program’s main goal is to fight the spread of imposters and rogue movers who take advantage of people. Not just any mover can become a ProMover, though. Any company that wishes to become a ProMover must undergo strict review by AMSA.

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economic moving group
I was really satisfied with my move today the guys were professional and they really handled my furniture with care I was not totally packed but they still took care of me as a valued customer i will use this company in the future as well as recommend you to family and friends I was worried but these men took very good care of me as a customer i am very satisfied with my move. plus they offered me free 30 day storage and free re-delivery to my new location. i highly recomend these guys.
Review by : Lauren
Posted on : 4/29/2017
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 5.0/5
They were delayed, but they were ...
West Coast Movers-East Coast
Everything was okay, there was no issue with anything. But there was one thing that I found. I don't know if there was a miscommunication or what the issue, but I told them how many days it will take. The told me it would take 3-5 days. After that when I said okay, 3-5 days, When I closed the deal then after before my move end, they said it will take 7-14 days. I said okay, that is not an issue. So what I had done, was I was coming from Houston on the 25th and I told them I was leaving on the 25th, and they said they were taking 7-14 days and I told them to take my stuff on the 20th. Because I was thinking that after I reach there, after 1-2 days, I would get my luggage. They asked me after they take my luggage, what the first available date is, I told them the 25th...When I reach here on the 25th, I call them and they told me that it will take 7-14 days from my available date. My communication was that because I gave it to them 5 days before I reach there. My wife is pregnant so it is difficult without luggage. I got my luggage after 9-10 days. This is the only thing.
Review by : Amardeep
Posted on : 4/3/2017
Compliment
 3.2/5
Quick and Smooth
Metro Wide Movers, LLC.
They would match the lowest price from the other competitors. They wrapped everything and I didn't notice any damages.
Review by : Lori
Posted on : 3/20/2017
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 5.0/5

 
 

Missouri Moving Companies and MO Relocation Services

 

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Find Moving Companies from Top cities in Missouri, MO

 
Affton
Arnold, MO
AVA, MO
Ballwin
Bella Villa
Bellefontaine Neighbors
Belton, MO
Blue Springs, MO
Bolivar, MO
Bonne Terre
Branson, MO
Brazito
Breckenridge Hills
Brentwood, MO
Bridgeton, MO
Browns Station
Camdenton
Cameron, MO
Camp Clark
Cape Girardeau
Centralia, MO
Chesterfield, MO
Chillicothe, MO
Clarkson Valley
Clayton, MO
Clinton, MO
Columbia, MO
Cottleville
Creve Coeur, MO
Des Peres
Eureka, MO
Excelsior Springs
Farmington, MO
Fenton, MO
Ferguson, MO
Festus
Finley, MO
Flordell Hills
Florissant, MO
Fort Leonard Wood
Frontenac, MO
Fulton, MO
Gladstone, MO
Grain Valley
Grandview, MO
Gretna, MO
Grover, MO
Hannibal, MO
Harrisonville, MO
Harvester
Hazelwood, MO
High Ridge
Hillsboro, MO
Hoene Spring
Holts Summit
Imperial, MO
Independence, MO
Jackson, MO
Jefferson City, MO
Joplin
Kampville
Kansas City, MO
Kearney, MO
Kennett
Kirksville
Kirkwood, MO
Knob Noster
Lake Lotawana
Lake Ozark
Lake Tapawingo
Lebanon, MO
Lecoma
Lees Summit
Lexington, MO
Liberty, MO
Macon, MO
Manchester, MO
Maplewood, MO
Marshall, MO
Maryland Heights
Maryville, MO
Maxville, MO
Mcbaine
Mehlville
Mexico, MO
Moberly
Monett
Mount Vernon, MO
Murphy, MO
Neosho
Nixa
Oak Grove, MO
Oakland, MO
Odessa, MO
Ofallon
Olivette
Osage Beach
Overland, MO
Ozark, MO
Pacific, MO
Parkville, MO
Pasadena Hills
Peculiar
Perryville, MO
Pierpont, MO
Platte City
Pleasant Valley, MO
Poplar Bluff
Raymore
Raytown, MO
Reeds Spring
Republic, MO
Richmond Heights, MO
Richmond, MO
Rock Hill, MO
Rolla
Saint Ann
Saint Charles, MO
Saint Louis, MO
Salem, MO
Sedalia, MO
Sikeston
Smithville, MO
Spanish Lake, MO
Spring Lake, MO
Springfield, MO
St Joseph, MO
St Peters
St Robert
Sullivan, MO
Taos, MO
Troy, MO
Twin Oaks, MO
Union, MO
University City
Valley Park
Warrensburg, MO
Warrenton, MO
Waynesville, MO
Webb City
Webster Groves
Weldon Spring
Wentzville
West Plains
Wildwood, MO

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Moving to Missouri?


Missouri is a unique Midwestern state that showcases the political and economic makeup of America and has been considered a border state between the Eastern and Western United States. It is popularly referred to as the “Show-Me State” for its laissez faire laws regarding alcohol and tobacco regulation. They also have an official state motto about the welfare of the people being the supreme law.

Historically, St. Louis was famous for its fur trade with the Native American tribes. The trade and its location, at the confluence of Illinois River, have made it a financial center. In earlier times the state was considered a slave state because of the settlement of large concentrations of slaves, especially around Little Dixie.

The state also served as the departure point for the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition to explore the territories lying to the west, near the Pacific Ocean, earning it the nickname Gateway to the West.

If you’re moving to Missouri, there are a lot of things you’re going to need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place.

Things to Know When Moving to Missouri

Missouri Climate

  • Hot and humid summers and cold winters are the characteristic feature of Missouri's climate. Without high mountains or oceans nearby, Missouri experiences a wide range of temperature changes. Warsaw often experiences both the extremes of the highest and lowest temperatures. Thunderstorms and powerful tornadoes lash Missouri, with the most recent one being the devastating Joplin tornado in 2011. Two river systems flow through Missouri – the Mississippi, along the eastern boundary of the state, and the Missouri River, that flows from west to east and connects the two major metropolitan areas, Kansas City and St. Louis. (Helpful Link: Missouri Weather)

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: You have 30 days to register your car in Missouri from the date of the beginning of your residency in the state of Missouri. Registration is done at various licensed offices of the Missouri Department of Revenue. All motor vehicles are exempt from the safety inspection for the first five years following the model year of manufacture, regardless of change of ownership. (Helpful Link: Missouri DMV)

  • Obtaining a Missouri Driver’s License: Out- of-state driver's licenses valid or expired no more than 184 days, along with the required documents, need to be submitted to obtain a Missouri driver's license. In case you lose your license, you are asked to submit a current clearance letter from the state, and also have to take the written, vision and driving tests again to obtain a driver's license.

  • Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Missouri is $201,202, while the median sales price is just over $84,624. The Missouri Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Missouri.

  • Moving and Storage: If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. (Helpful Link: Missouri State Moving Resource Page)

Schools

  • The public school system in Missouri is governed by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that includes kindergarten through the 12th grade. Education is compulsory from ages 7 to 17, although it is not divided into three tiers. Students from grades 3 through 8 are supposed to take a standardized test called the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) in such subjects as algebra, geometry, biology, and government. Students with cognitive disabilities are given an alternate MAP. Bright Flight, a merit-based scholarship is funded by the state for the top three percent of high school graduates who want to pursue university education in the state. Missouri Department of Higher Education administers 13 universities and 20 colleges, among them the University of Missouri, Saint Louis University, the University of Central Missouri and many others. (Helpful Link: Missouri Schools)

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Missouri was ranked 36th out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 40 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.

Economy of Missouri

Industries

Aerospace, transportation equipment, food processing, chemical equipment and beer are some of the key industries in Missouri. The state is a leading producer of rice, soy beans, cotton, dairy products and poultry. Monsanto, one of the notable gene companies in the United States, is located in St. Louis thereby establishing the state's inroads to the science and biotechnology field. Tourism is another revenue-generating industry, bringing in millions of dollars of annual revenue yearly, from tourists that visit St. Louis, Kansas City and other popular areas of the state.

Employment Statistics

  • The unemployment rate as of March 2012 in Missouri was 7.4%, while at the national level it was 8.2%. (Helpful Link: Missouri Department of Labor)

Average Income

The median household income in the state of Missouri is $44,306, while the average per capita income for the state is $38,248.

Important Locations in Missouri

  • State Capital: Jefferson City

  • Largest Cities:
    1. Kansas City
    2. St. Louis
    3. Springfield
    4. Independence
    5. Columbia
    6. Jefferson City

  • Major landmarks and attractions: Grant's Farm; Missouri Botanical Garden; Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; Silver Dollar City; Gateway Arch; Snowboat Branson Belle; Harry S. Truman Library and Museum (Helpful Link: Top Tourist Attractions in Missouri)

  • National Parks:
    1. Harry S. Truman National Historic Site
    2. Ozark National Scenic Riverway
    3. Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield

  • State park System: The Division of State Parks under the Missouri Department of Natural Resources administers the 83 state parks, historic sites and the Roger Pryor Pioneer Back-country. Missouri is the place to be if you want to experience the outdoors. It offers a range of activities such as camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, bicycling. Some state parks include Lake of the Ozarks State Park, Athens State Park and Arrow Rock State Park, among many others. (Helpful Link: Missouri Department of Natural Resources)

  • Major Airports:
    1. Kansas City International Airport
    2. Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
    3. Springfield-Branson National Airport
    4. Columbia Regional Airport
    5. Branson Airport

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