The best cross country moving companies in 2019 are:
Arpin Van Lines has been a name in the cross country moving industry for over 100 years. They were voted #1 in customer satisfaction for 2016-2018. They have a network of over 600+ cross country movers, with upwards of 1,400+ trucks to ensure your long distance move is a success.
United Van Lines is slowly becoming America’s best moving company. They have over 100 years of experience in long distance moves. They are known for their expert packing, loading, and unloading services and have earned a strong reputation in the moving industry. On their website they have a great cross country moving guide that includes tips on how to prepare for your move and more.
Mayflower comes in at #3 for their 90 years in the cross country moving industry. They are one of America’s most trusted moving companies and have over 300+ moving agents ready to serve you at a moment’s notice. They also have cool moving planners on their website that let you know what you should be during 8 weeks before your move day all the until the final move day.
Atlas hasn’t been in business quite as long as the top 3 but is one of the biggest cross country moving companies in existence. They have over 430 agents all over the United States. On their website, they state they are working to reduce the overall environmental impact their moving company has on the planet. Atlas is ProMover® Certified and A+ rated with BBB.
Wheaton also has a large network of over 350+ agents to help with your cross country move. They’ve been around since 1945 are one of the top national moving companies. They offer everything from local to internal moving services and have over 1,000 trucks roaming around the US at any given moment. They offer instant cross country moving estimates so you know what you can expect to pay for your move.
U-Pack is one of the cheapest cross country moving companies that exist. This is mostly due to the fact that you have to pack your items yourself. They drop off the container, you pack your items, they ship them to your new location, you unpack your items, and they pick the container back up. However, if you doing a really large cross country move, U-Pack might not work for you.
Two Men and a Truck have locations in 42 states and a fleet of 2,800+ trucks. They have a Value Flex moving option that makes your move less expensive if you can be flexible with your move date. This option is somewhat similar to moving with PODS except your items are the only ones in the box and employees can load and unload your belongings.
North American Van Lines has been in business since 1933 and can help with all types of moving including household, international, corporate, long distance, and more. They have 24-hour customer service and over 500 agent locations nationwide. They have a 4 star rating out of 32 reviews on ReviewaMover.com.
Professional Movers, Inc is ProMover® Certified, works with Wheaton World Wide Moving and American Moving & Storage Association to bring you one of the largest networks of cross country movers in the US. PMI is a full service moving company providing Local, Intra-State, Long Distance, International Household and Office Relocations. They have all kinds of moving cost guides and helpful content on their blog.
10. Allied Van Lines
Allied has moved a staggering 750,000 homes in the past 15 years alone. They also offer 24-hour customer service and have a satisfaction rating of over 96%. With 88 years of moving experience, you surely can’t go wrong with these guys. Whether you are relocating locally or long distance, Allied can handle your long-distance move from start to finish.
The best cross country movers aren’t always the ones that will give you the best rate. If your moving rate seems too good to be true, it might be. Professional movers charge higher rates because you are having experience professionals handle your items.