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Best Moving Companies in Sioux City, IA

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Sioux City Moving Companies on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.

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Providers

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4800 N. Velocity Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

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4.9 (599)
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5.0 (11)

Why choose this provider?

Brouwer Relocation Inc. is a family-owned and operated moving company serving the residents of Sioux City and the nearby areas. The company has been working with the community for over 50 years, and its team handles residential and commercial moves to local and far away buildings. It also helps clients who are moving their furniture and belongings to new properties across the country. Additionally, the company offers industrial, medical, and electronic moving services.

  • Local
  • Long Distance

8012 West Vista Park Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57106

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4.5 (30)
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3.5 (9)

Why choose this provider?

Dakota Moving is a locally owned and operated moving business that has been serving the Sioux City community since 2013. The company offers its services to both residential and commercial clients, and its team is available to help clients pack up their belongings, load and unload the truck, and reassemble any furniture that was taken apart for the move. Dakota Moving is affiliated with the American Moving and Storage Association.

  • Packing
  • Storage
  • Loading/Unloading

514 Clark St, Sioux City, IA 51101

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4.8 (134)
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4.5 (34)
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3.5 (27)

Why choose this provider?

Action Moving & Storage, Inc. is a Sioux City-based company that has been serving the relocation needs of homes and businesses for more than three decades. The founder, Don Claeys started from a small and single-van moving company. The company's team of dependable movers is available to handle local, long-distance, and international moves. They deliver valuable items to their destination safely. Its secure storage facilities can house personal belongings and office equipment.

  • Long Distance
  • Storage
  • Local

Compare our Top Moving Companies

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Brouwer Relocation, Inc.
4800 N. Velocity Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Dakota Moving
8012 West Vista Park Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Action Moving & Storage, Inc.
514 Clark St, Sioux City, IA 51101

FAQs

  • Introduction

    If you're moving locally, or at least within the same state, you'll want to hire a reputable local moving company to get the job done safely. Interstate movers are registered with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, but local moving companies often only have to comply with state regulations; it may be beneficial to learn the licensing process in your state in order to find a company you can trust. Another good way to ensure that your selected moving company is properly licensed is by looking through our top picks.

    If you're moving across state lines, you won't just have to verify that a company is licensed locally. They'll need to have the legal authority to operate in any of the states you'll be crossing. Many local moving companies partner with van lines to make sure they can pass regulatory hurdles and can facilitate your move smoothly, no matter the distance.
  • What is considered long-distance moving?

    Generally, if a move is over 400 miles, it's considered a long-distance move, but the definition varies between moving companies. Some consider a long-distance move to be one that takes the cargo across state or international borders. There are significant differences in cost and regulatory clearance between a long-distance move and a local move.

  • How far in advance should I hire movers?

    Hiring a mover at least four weeks in advance ensures that a variety of reputable options will be available. In some regions or during the summer when movers are busier, it's recommended that anyone looking for a licensed mover arrange the booking two to three months from the moving date.

  • Do you pay movers before or after?

    You may be asked to pay a small deposit before your move, but payment in full happens after the move is complete and your possessions are inside your new home. This ensures that the movers complete the job to your satisfaction before getting paid.

  • How much does a moving company cost?

    On average, the cost of a local move (intrastate or under 400 miles) is around $1,250. This includes labor, fuel, insurance, and several other factors. If a move is considered to be long-distance, it will likely be around $4,900, with a wider variance based on the specific demands involved.

  • How much do I tip movers?

    Based on the performance of the movers and the difficulty of the job, you should tip anywhere between 5% and 20% of the total cost of your move. Most people recommend tipping in cash at the end of the final day of the move.

  • How much is it to rent a moving van?

    The cost to rent a moving van without a crew to assist in the move depends on the size, the length of the rental, and the distance it is being driven. The average cost of renting a van ranges anywhere from $100 for a local move to $2,000 for long-distance.