A cold, winter evening can be seen as snow covers the Seattle ground and downtown area.

Movers Near Me in Seattle

If you can’t imagine living in a world where your morning doesn’t start with coffee, Seattle might be the place for you. Seattle is home to some of the best coffee roasting, including the famous Starbucks Coffee Company (You may have heard of them.)

While Seattle receives plenty of rain and snow, the summer heat is perfect for a beach day. The city has plenty of bays for seafood, sports teams, and some cool history.

With that said, if you need movers to help you load, unload, or more when moving to or away from Seattle, Moving Help® is here for you.

Our Service Providers have the expert knowledge to move you safely and efficiently.

Programs We Offer

When you choose Moving Help for your moving needs, you’ll receive many benefits as a customer. Moving Help offers Safeload, we have no hidden fees, and no cancellation fee.


The Moving Help Marketplace offers Safeload coverage for qualifying movers to protect your belongings and allow you to feel peace of mind. Safeload only costs $4 for $500 worth of coverage and up to $22 for $5,000 worth of coverage.

No cancellation fee

Do you need a new moving day? Did your move get canceled? Did a family emergency come up and you need to reschedule? Not a problem. Moving Help does not charge cancellation fees!

No worries. If you need to cancel your move, Moving Help will never charge you a cancellation fee.

No hidden fees

Some moving companies might charge you more money with hidden fees, such as a travel fee or a stairs fee. Other companies might give you a non-binding quote. Moving Help gives you upfront pricing in minutes. Our movers don’t charge you extra for a stairs fee or a travel fee either.

Additionally, our online $5.95 service fee is refunded to you once you leave a review describing your experience.

Moving Help Can Move Your Business

Does your office need a bigger space for your company? Maybe you’re you wanting to downsize your office space because more people are working from home at your company?

Either way, Moving Help has movers on the Marketplace who can help you move your business. Our movers understand the difference between moving a business compared to moving a house.

Whether you need the whole office moved or a couple of desks and chairs moved, our movers have you covered.

3 Restaurants to Check Out

Seattle has endless options of restaurants and way too many to list for you. We chose three restaurants you should check out. If you want to see more eatery options, check out this Seattle food guide.

1. Ivar’s Salmon House

Seafood and Seattle go hand in hand. You’ll get to see waterfront views of Lake Union while enjoying your wild Alaska stuffed crab halibut or clam chowder. You can check out the restaurant’s menu before dining.

2. 13 Coins Seattle

If you’re exploring Seattle’s first neighborhood in the Pioneer Square area, and you’re looking for an eatery to try, visit 13 Coins Seattle. They have everything from breakfast items, to steaks, and sandwiches. You can check out 13 Coins Seattle’s menu whether you’re dining in, or ordering take out.

3. Doc Maynard’s Public House

Did you know Seattle has an underground city and tunnels? Well before you take a tour to explore them, you can check out Doc Maynard’s Public House. You can eat a juicy burger or split some shareable snacks with your group before you go exploring.

The Space Needle and the rest of the Seattle downtown area can be seen on a sunny afternoon with Mount Rainier in the background.

Specialty Moving

Moving Help movers can take care of your specialty items. Whether you have a piano, gun safe, or just a heavy item, our movers can move them for you.

You also can search for movers who offer specialty services. Do you just want to find Seattle movers who can specifically move pianos? You can go to the Moving Help Marketplace and filter for only movers who offer piano moving services.

Fun Facts about Seattle

1. The Space Needle

Do you want a picture-perfect postcard photo? Then look no further than The Space Needle. The iconic 520-foot building is known for its saucer-shaped “top house.” Tourists and residents come here to get a 360-degree view of downtown, Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, and the Cascades and Olympic Mountain ranges.

Visitors also have two viewing levels with floor-to-forever glass in the revolving building. If you want exhilarating views, purchase your tickets today.

2. Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market was founded in 1907, which means it’s more than a century old. “The Market is one of the oldest and largest continuously operating public markets in the United States,” according to The Market’s about us page.

The Market spans nine historic acres. Visitors will get to see iconic views, smell and taste delicious food, along with going on a shopping spree to discover something new. If this sounds like something you want to visit, plan your visit to Pike Place Market now.

3. Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour

Did you know Seattle rebuilt itself on top of the city’s original ashes? On June 6, 1889, a fire broke out thanks to a glue pot accidentally turning over in carpentry shop. Because everything in the city was built out of timber, everything caught on fire rapidly.

In the end, the fire burned 25 city blocks, and it would be the most destructive fire in Seattle’s history. The total losses were about $20 million.

The city was resilient, and Seattle built on top of the remnants of the original area by having new construction built out of bricks, and the streets were regraded one to two stories higher.

Thanks to Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour, you can explore the old storefronts and sidewalks underneath Pioneer Square. The tour begins at Doc Maynard’s Public House.

You’ll hear stories about the past while exploring Seattle’s underground tours. It’s fun for the whole family, and you can purchase your tickets online, over the phone, or at their box office.

What Customers Think of Seattle Movers

Don’t take our word about our movers. See what other customers think about Seattle movers on the Moving Help Marketplace. Customers leave real, unedited reviews, so other people can read about their experiences with a specific mover. Some Seattle movers can have 100s to 1000s of reviews.

Find Your Seattle Movers Near You Today

The Moving Help Marketplace has plenty of movers near you. You know when you choose a Service Provider off our Marketplace, you won’t have to worry about hidden fees, cancellation fees, and you can get your belongings protected with Safeload coverage.

Seattle has so much to explore and plenty of food to eat. Whether you’re moving to Seattle, moving to another part in the Seattle area, or moving away from Seattle, we can help you find your movers to fit your specific needs and budget.