Find the best Santa Fe movers on HireAHelper for your unique move. Depending on if you want to drive or not, we can help you hire moving companies in Santa Fe (they bring their own truck) or Santa Fe move helpers to load your own PODS container or moving truck.
Hiring a moving company in Santa Fe costs $355 on average. Get your personalized moving quote.
Santa Fe movers take 3 hours per job, on average. Check the best times to move in Santa Fe.
Most people moving in Santa Fe hire 2 movers to come out on moving day. Read more about hiring the right number of movers.
Most people in Santa Fe need a 26' moving truck. Compare rental trucks and find your perfect size.
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On average, Santa Fe movers on HireAHelper earn 4.7 stars out of 5.0 after 124 customer reviews
These guys were GREAT! On time. Intelligent. Well-mannered. Professional. Careful with our things. FAST as lightening. We finished in under 2-hrs. I would not have believed that. I'll use them again for sure!
Julian and Lance were there to unload the 26' Budget truck on a Sunday morning. They called the day before and an hour in advance of arrival. They introduced themselves and then we walked through the new house and where everything would go (I color-coded the boxes and furniture in advance... that helped tell where everything sent).
They knew how to move the fine pieces of furniture and the boxes of glass and crystal so that everything came off the truck as nice as it was when it went on the truck. They always asked to confirm where things went.
I had hire them for 4 hours, and had about 45 minute left, so they helped roll out carpets and put furniture back together (the master bed was a monster and i could not have put it together without them), and the two-piece sectional couch.
Great professional movers, and also all around good people. I enjoyed visiting with them throughout the move and would trust them with moving me again and again (although no plans for that at all). Thanks Lance and Julian!