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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!

Professional Movers

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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!

Stuart Moving Company

Key Questions to Ask Before Hiring Stuart, FL Residential Movers

Whether you’re moving to the next town over or across the country, let Stuart Moving Services lighten your load! From packing up your belongings to transporting them to your new abode, our full-service, fully licensed and insured Stuart, FL residential movers will take care of all the heavy lifting for you. Since 1973, our residential movers have helped to simplify the relocation process for countless Martin County residents. If you’re looking for a residential moving company that you can count on to offer fast, efficient, reliable, and affordable services, get in touch with a company that has more than 50 years of experience and a proven track record of success: Stuart Moving Services!

Important Questions to Ask Before You Hire Stuart, FL Residential Movers

Moving to a new home involves a lot of decision-making and requires a great deal of planning. From making sure that all of your belongings are properly packed to ensuring that your new Martin County abode is ready, the amount of things that need to be attended to can be extremely overwhelming. One of the most vital decisions you’re going to have to make is also one of the hardest: making sure that you hire the right Stuart, FL residential movers.

With so many local and interstate movers, there’s no shortage of companies to choose from; however, you shouldn’t choose the first company you find, but rather you should do your due diligence and research a few different options. Getting in touch with each of the Martin County residential movers that you’re considering and asking some key questions is the best way to determine which company will best meet your needs. But what kind of questions should you ask? Here are some suggestions that will help you decide which residential moving company to hire.

Are you licensed and insured?

When you’re looking for moving services, steering clear of scams is imperative. Unfortunately, there are rogue movers out there that claim to be qualified professionals, but in reality, they’re anything but. To avoid getting scammed out of your hard-earned money and your valuable possessions, when you’re interviewing prospective candidates, make sure you find out if they’re licensed and insured. All reputable professional Stuart, FL residential movers will have been fully licensed and insured. Don’t just take their word for it, though; be sure to ask if you can see proof of both. Credible Martin County moving services will be more than happy to provide you with their license and insurance information.

What kind of services do you offer?

Don’t just assume that all Stuart, FL residential movers offer the same services. Each company is different and the services they’ll provide vary; for instance, one residential moving company might only transport the items after you’ve packed them up, while another might offer packing services (and will provide the packing supplies), loading, transportation, unloading, and even unpacking at your new Martin County residence. Determine exactly what kind of services you’re going to require and ask each residential moving company to provide a detailed overview of the services that they provide. It isn’t a bad idea to ask for a description of the services they offer in writing, too.

How long have you been in business?

It’s true that a new residential moving company might be able to deliver reliable services; however, there’s a lot to be said about experience. The longer Stuart, FL residential movers have been in business, the more experience they will have under their belts, and they will apply that experience to your move. When it comes to something as important as transporting your personal possessions and valuables, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. For that reason, hiring a well-established residential moving company that has been serving the Martin County community for several years is in your best interest.

What are your rates?

Moving can be expensive. That said, when it comes to hiring a moving service, price is one of the most important factors that you’re going to want to consider. When you’re interviewing prospective Stuart, FL residential movers, make sure you ask about the rates they charge, as each company will vary. Some might charge by the hour, while others may charge by the amount and the distance your belongings have to be transported. A reputable residential moving company will provide a free written price estimate that will detail their rates and everything their prices include.

For a Stress-Free Moving Experience, Contact Stuart Moving Services

When you’re looking for Stuart, FL residential movers, make sure that Stuart Moving Services is on your list of candidates. With nearly 50 years of experience, dozens of satisfied clients, and a proven track record of success, we’re confident that we can help to make your move a stress-free experience. For more info and to 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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