We're a professional local moving company created to move more than just your boxes. We'll move you with our hard work and genuine smiles.GET MOVING
All our movers are pros who'll move you at the speed of light, but they also know how to make a move go smoothly. Even, dare we say, make it 'fun'.LEARN WHY
You Move Me is your favorite local Boston mover!
We move you, not just your boxes.
When we say we're a full-service moving company in Boston, we mean it. We can help you plan your move, pack, and move if you are moving in Boston and area.
We'll even bring you a coffee on moving day!
We do it all for a one-hour minimum charge, which means you pay for the time we're moving you, and that's it.
Book your move today online, or by phone, and get $50 off!
If you're wondering what makes us different than all the other moving companies in Boston, we're happy to tell you! We're:
If you hate packing, you will be so happy you found us! You Move Me Boston has a highly talented team of packing specialists who can help you pack as much, or as little, as you like.
We can pack (and unpack):
To take advantage of our FREE wardrobe service all you need to do is leave all of your clothes hanging up in your closet, and we will move it all in to your new home, with no wrinkles, at no additional cost to you.
Find out more about You Move Me's packing service.
So what will your moving day look like if you're moving with You Move Me Boston? Expect that we will:
You Move Me Boston can move you if you are moving in Boston and area. Our territory includes:
Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville, Revere, Medford, Malden, Brighton, Allston, Newton, Waltham, Framingham, Dorchester, Roxbury, Mattapan, Milton, Quincy, Braintree, Randolph, New Bedford, Fall River, Taunton, Plymouth, Cape Cod and Provincetown, and other locations in Massachusetts.
We can't wait to move you, so give us a call today!
"The guys were efficient while being careful. They were also very well mannered. And, considering how hot it was and walking up and down stairs, they were awesome!"
— Aya Windle, Cambridge