Movers in Colorado

Colorado Movers

View our list of Colorado Movers below.

Long Distance Movers in Colorado

If you're looking for Colorado movers, you don't need to look any further than the professionals with National Van Lines. Whether you're moving your home or your business, we'll help you plan, coordinate and execute the relocation so that it goes as smoothly as possible. We are passionate about making our customers' lives easier, and we want to ensure that your move is stress-free whether you're moving across the street or across the country. When it comes to relocations, the Colorado movers with National Van Lines won’t be beaten. We’re dedicated to providing the best in moving services, whether you’re moving your family or your office. Our professionals know there are many, many details that need to be covered in any type of move, and you can rest assured we’ll do just that when it comes to yours. When you’ve been in business for as long as we have, you’re definitely doing something right – we have the experience needed to make your relocation hassle free and stress free.

Local Colorado Movers

Even though a local move may not seem as complicated as a long-distance move, it can still be as stressful as if you were moving your family across the country. That's why we provide you with a plan that will meet all of your needs. Our team is a group of Colorado moving experts who are fully licensed and insured. We want your moving experience to be as carefree as possible. We'll do whatever it takes to ensure you are satisfied with your moving services.

Why Choose Us?

You can choose us as your Colorado moving professionals with confidence. What you can expect using our moving services:
  • Service that is geared toward your total satisfaction
  • The expertise and experience of a national moving company
  • Special care given to your fragile or specialty items
  • Considerate, safe and experienced drivers that are licensed and insured. All our drivers have to pass a background check.
  • Quality moving services at an affordable rate
We have over 90 years of experience moving residential and commercial relocations. We've pioneered and innovated the long-distance moving process for decades; You bet you can trust us no matter what type of relocation you're planning.

Customer Service

We will work closely with you in the days leading up to your move, and we'll have plenty of suggestions to help with packing. Additionally, we have a dedicated customer service team to help you understand all the other components that go into your move. While we always work extremely hard to make sure that your move is completely damage-free, we offer a variety of different types of moving protection. Not only do we use the best moving supplies and furniture protection, but we also offer insurance coverage to provide you with 100 percent peace of mind.

Colorado Fun Facts

Read about Colorado to help you make a confident decision for your next home.
  1. Denver is known as the ‘Mile High’ city because it stands exactly a mile above sea level!
  2. Colorado also has the lowest point in the United States. The Arikaree River flows out of Yuma County, Colorado, over 3000 feet below sea level.
  3. Colorado’s state animal is the rocky mountain big horn sheep.
  4. Colorado is known as the Centennial State.
  5. The state is home to a one of the largest collections of natural hot springs in the world.

Hometown Heroes in Colorado

  1. Matt Hasselbeck is a 3 time Pro Bowl select known for his reliability and consistency in the NFL.
  2. Goose Gossage is another top tier athlete born in Colorado. A 9 time all-star select, and a 1978 World Series Champ. He’s known for his impressive skills as a closing picture, dominating the field with nasty fastball.
  3. On this list is boxer, Jack Dempsey. Jack was the heavy weight world champ from 1919-1926, considering him one of the greatest of all time in the boxing world.

Where to visit in Colorado

Want to visit before you consider the state as your forever home? Here is a list of some of the best places to live in Colorado. Get a sense of the community and what it offers before living in the Centennial State.

1. Holly Hills – Arapahoe County

2. Lakewood – Jefferson County

3. Centennial – Arapahoe County

4. Littleton – Arapahoe County

5. Highlands Ranch – Douglas County

Long Distance Moving Tips

If you’re considering Colorado as your next home, our long-distance movers at National Van Lines are ready to help every step of the way. That's why we compiled this list of moving tips from our moving reps. After all, you're moving a far distance. Let's plan your move carefully and strategically to ensure everything goes right!

Organize and categorize your items by room. Don't forget to create an inventory list and label everything for quick access.

Determine other needs. Do you have anything special that needs extra attention? Please note any other specialty items, so our movers give your items the special care it needs.

Use the right moving boxes. Sure it's much cheaper to reuse boxes, but make sure to use quality supplies if you want to fully protect your belongings. At National Van Lines, our Colorado movers offer industry-standard boxes, crates, moving pads, floor covers, and much more!

Stop/Start Utilities Don't forget to stop your home services and register your utilities at your new home for move-in day. Moving in freezing temps without heat is a pain in the butt!

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  1. How much do movers cost in Colorado? Moving out of Colorado? Check out our full cost guide here. Hiring movers in Colorado depends on what you're moving when you're moving and how you want to move. Movers can cost up to $2000 for smaller moves, and over $10,000 for bigger moves.

  2. How much do packers cost in Colorado? Hiring packers in Colorado depends on what you're packing when you're packing and how you want to pack.

  3. What is the minimum cost to move in Colorado? Expect to pay at least $700 for a small move in Colorado.

  4. How many movers do I need for my move-in Colorado? National will decide the amount of movers for your relocation based on the cubic feet of your home and the amount of items you need to move.

  5. What size truck do I need for my Colorado move? Colorado residents usually use 12 foot to 16 foot box trucks.

  6. Does National offer virtual estimates for Colorado residents? Yes, our team uses an easy-to-use app, Yembo, for all our virtual moving estimates.
  7. Is moving yourself cheaper than hiring Colorado Movers? Moving by yourself is the cheaper option compared to hiring professional movers. However, expect a lot of work. Our team will do all the heavy lifting for you!

Colorado Moving Companies

Contact us to learn more about our various moving services and to request a free moving quote.