As a family-owned business, our top priority has always been treating our customers and their property as we would our own. We’ve been living and working in Virginia for over 30 years, so we know what it takes to ensure an efficient move. We’re fully licensed, bonded, and insured, and—most importantly—we’re not a broker and we never hire just “laborers” to handle your possessions. Our team is experienced, trained and compassionate. We aren’t just relocation specialists; we are moving and storage advocates.Our packing and moving teams are comprised of seasoned and dedicated professionals who are “REAL” movers.
We run all of our own trucks out of our own facility, so you can rest assured that our team will monitor your move every step of the way.
Our expertly trained and qualified crew is certified through the American Trucking Associations (ATA), so you can expect superior care of your belongings and property throughout the moving process. Customers have trusted us for years to provide outstanding moving services; a hard-earned reputation to which our ATA ProMover certification, Angie’s List Super Service Award, and other honors speak.
Our crew is also certified by the National Association of Senior & Specialty Move Managers (NASMM), so they have the training and expertise to provide quality and stress-free moving services to older adults as well.
We are familiar with all requirements necessary to ensure a safe, secure, and efficient domestic or commercial relocation no matter the size or place.
HuberWilmot Moving and Storage was formed on the principle of putting their customers’ needs first–ALWAYS.
We provide competitively priced packing, moving, and storage solutions all from one established location. With over 35 years of experience and dedication, our customer’s needs remain the foundation of our business. Make the smart choice and request a quote for your residential or commercial move today.
When should I begin contacting moving companies for free moving estimates?
Try to provide the moving companies with as much notice as possible, especially if you are moving during a busy summer season, as noted above. Six weeks from the actual move date is a great time frame for estimators to come into your home and complete a visual survey of your household goods shipment. It is also a good idea to add even more time to plan, if you are obligated by your employer to submit moving estimates for corporate relocation. Try to decide which mover you will use at least four weeks from your actual load day. Additionally, call the mover to confirm your booking and schedule your packing, loading and delivery dates. This time frame can be shortened if you are moving outside of the peak moving season (September 15 through May 15 are considered “off-peak” months, which generally featureless moving traffic).