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We are Stuart Moving Services, and we’ve been an agent for Allied Van Lines since 1968.  As one of the longest established moving companies on the Treasure coast, we can handle any type of move from one piece to full households and everything in between,. We provide:

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Pack it

Don't get your hands dirty, we'll handle it with care on the same level of an fragile artifact. Wrap, straps, locks, and secure boxes, we got them all.

Load it

No need to worry about breaking your back. We got the truck and equipment all set up to load.

Send it

You will be given tracking information and constant updates of where your items are. We guarantee you, what you send will arrive the same!

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Royalty Service​

Your furniture and high-end items will be well taken care of. Professionally wrapped, strapped, cushioned and secured within our transportation.

On Time

We're always punctual! When you need it, we'll be there and promise to deliver. If not we'll notify you of delays.

Customer Satisfaction

Never disappointed, we're with you from beginning of the journey, to the end. From packing to unpacking, we make sure you get the service you deserve!

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Questions Stuart, FL Residents Frequently Ask About Long Distance Movers

When the residents of Martin County are looking for reliable Stuart, FL long distance movers, they call Stuart Moving Services. Since 1973, our full-service, fully licensed and insured residential moving company has helped countless individuals and families relocate to their new homes. Our team of professionally trained experts can assist you with all aspects of moving from your current location to your new abode, whether it’s a few counties away, across state lines, or across the country. With the help of the qualified long distance movers at Stuart Moving Services, you can feel confident that your move will go as smoothly as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions About Stuart, FL Long Distance Movers

Moving, though exciting, is said to be one of the most stressful events that a person can go through. When the move is long distance, the stress is even higher. Not only do you have to worry about packing up all of your belongings, but you also have to figure out how you’re going to safely transport them across thousands of miles. Fortunately, there is a way to relieve some of the stress. How? By hiring professional long distance movers to assist you with the process.

If you’re moving across state lines or across the country, there’s no doubt you have a few questions that you’d like to have answered before you hire Stuart, FL long distance movers. To make the process a bit easier for you, below, you’ll find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions that Martin County residents have about long distance moving companies.

Q: When should I start looking for Stuart, FL movers?

A: You don’t want to start too late, because if you do, you run the risk of not being able to find a long distance moving company that will be available when you need them. You also don’t want to start too early because when it comes to moving, things are subject to change, and if you schedule too far in advance, you may end up needing to modify the arrangements several times before moving day, which can be a big hassle – both for you and the Martin County long distance residential movers.

So, when’s the best time to start looking for long distance movers? Six weeks before your projected moving date is recommended. This should give you enough time to locate, interview, and hire the most qualified Stuart, FL long distance movers.

Q: How can I find long distance movers in Stuart, FL?

A: There are a few ways that you can find long distance movers that service the Martin County area. First, and perhaps the best way, is by asking for recommendations. Ask the people you know and trust – family members, friends, your real estate agent, etc. – if they know of any Stuart, FL long distance movers. Asking for recommendations is considered one of the best ways to find reliable interstate moving companies because you can usually count on the people you know to provide you with reliable information.

You can also look for long distance movers on the internet. Simply do a quick search for long distance moving companies in the Martin County area and there’s no doubt you’ll find a long list of options. For more information, such as the services that are offered and testimonials and reviews, visit the websites of a few different interstate moving companies.

Q: How much will it cost to hire long distance movers?

A: The answer to this question will vary, as each residential moving company charges different rates. That said, there are several factors that will influence the final price Martin County cross-country moving companies will charge. Examples of these factors might include:

  • The distance from your current home to your new one
  • How much you need to move
  • What kind of items you need moved
  • The specific moving services that you require; packing, loading, transporting, unloading, and unpacking, as well as supplies, for example

The best way to determine how much it’s going to cost – and which company to hire – is by asking for price estimates. Reputable Stuart, FL long distance movers will provide free written price estimates that will detail their rates and the services that are included with their prices.

Q: Is moving insurance important?

A: Yes! Moving is a delicate matter, but it’s even more delicate and precarious when the move is long distance. Fragile items can break and important or meaningful items can go missing when you’re relocating a few towns away or even just across the street; if you’re moving a great distance, such as across state lines or completely across the country, the chances that things will break and/or go missing are even greater. Reputable Stuart, FL long distance movers understand this, and that’s why their company will be fully insured, and why they will offer additional insurance that you can purchase. In the event that something goes wrong, moving insurance will cover the cost of repairing or replacing any items that are damaged or go missing.

Get in Touch with Stuart Moving Services

When you’re researching Stuart, FL long distance movers, make sure you schedule a consultation with Stuart Moving Services! Our full-service, family-owned and operated residential moving company has nearly 50 years of experience, and in that time, we have successfully helped countless Martin County residents with long distance moving. To speak with one of our associates and request a free price quote, call 772-208-6596 today!

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Some info about Stuart

Stuart is a city in and the seat of Martin County, Florida, United States. Located on Florida's Treasure Coast, Stuart is the largest of four incorporated municipalities in Martin County. The estimated population is 16,237 according to the most recent United States census estimates. Stuart is the 126th largest city in Florida based on official 2019 estimates from the US Census Bureau. It is part of the Port St. Lucie, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area.

In the 18th century, several Spanish galleons were shipwrecked in the Martin County area of Florida’s Treasure Coast. The multiple wrecks were reportedly the result of a hurricane, and the ships were carrying unknown quantities of gold and silver. Some of this treasure has since been recovered, and its presence resulted in the region’s name.

The historic Dudley-Bessey House on SW Atlanta Avenue is now a yacht brokerage office

In 1832, pirate Pedro Gilbert, who often used a sandbar off the coast as a lure to unsuspecting prey, chased and caught the Mexican, a U.S. merchant ship. Although he attempted to burn the ship and kill the crew, they survived to report the incident, ultimately resulting in the capture and execution of Gilbert and his crew. The bar from which he lured his intended booty is named “Gilbert’s Bar” on nautical charts.

The Old Martin County Courthouse, built in 1937, now the Courthouse Cultural Center

The Treasure Coast area that became Stuart was first settled by non-Native Americans in 1870. In 1875, a United States Lifesaving Station was established on Hutchinson Island, near Stuart. Today, the station is known as Gilbert’s Bar House of Refuge and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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