SA Moving Guy. LLC

Moving and Packing Services in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, TX

About SA Moving Guy. LLC

San Antonio Moving Guy proudly serves the San Antonio and South Texas area.

SA Moving Guy is a full service moving company on a mission to set the standard for service in the moving industry. We are licensed, insured and bonded.

We are fully committed to your complete satisfaction. That is why we go the extra mile to make sure your belongings arrive at their destination safely and on time.

So whether you're moving your home or business, don't choose a fly-by-night company with hidden fees and charges. When you need a San Antonio moving service you can count on, count on San Antonio Moving Guy.

Contact us today!


We provide professional household goods moving, packing service, pressure free in-home estimates and free delivery with all moving supply orders.

Flat and hourly rates available.

San Antonio, TX 78240
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Payment options
Eddie Arroyos accepts cash, checks and credit cards
Hourly rate: From $55 to $99

A rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Cities served
San Antonio, Austin, Round Rock, New Braunfels, San Marcos, Seguin, Pflugerville, Cedar Park, Kerrville, Beeville and other cities within 150 miles of San Antonio.
Services offered

The relocation of Monarch Trophy(the largest trophy and award store in Texas). And several well established businesses in and around San Antonio.

When hiring movers use this example:

Did you buy or rent the absolute cheapest place that you could find? Are you ok with cockroaches? Of course not! Moving is like anything else: you get what you pay for. You didn't pick the cheapest place to live, you looked for good value for your money. You have belongings that are important to you - don't trust that the cheapest moving company will do the job that you want or expect. With SA Moving Guy, you will get a good price on your move without jeopardizing your belongings.

First, decide what needs to be packed and what can be sold, perhaps at a garage sale, donated to a friend or a charity. This is an easy decision for larger, more expensive and sometimes sentimental items such as appliances, glassware, flatware and pots and pans. Some things are cheaper to move than to replace, while others weigh a lot, but are inexpensive to purchase. Also, look at where you're moving to, space and location-wise and what you'll need. Preparation is key, the less items you need to be moved the faster your move will be and the less money you will have to spend.

Always be sure the moving company has a registration number with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), called a USDOT number (US Department of Transportation Number). If a company only travels within one state, than they may not be registered. You can check online with FMCSA.

Ask the company what their rate is; most companies will provide a rate per pound and a distance rate. If the company offers a quote based on cubic feet, do not hire them. A company estimate must be based on weight if you're moving long-distances. For short-distances, some companies will charge a per hour rate. Both the hourly rate and that poundage rate will not change, whereas the estimate can depending on the type the carrier provides. Keep in mind that the moving company must give you an estimate in writing and they must provide you with a copy. The estimate must include all charges and both you and the mover must sign it for it to be an agreement. The estimate must also indicate the method of payment and be dated.

Find out if there are any additional fees or when additional fees apply. Some companies will charge extra for awkward items, or if the destination does not have easy access, or if the load has to be hand-carried over a certain distance. To avoid such costs, note any larger items and pre-arrange where the truck can park, if there are any stairs, and if you are moving to a condo or high-rise, investigate any possible obstructions such as elevator usage and load restrictions. If you're well organized, have arranged for parking and elevator usage, these charges should not apply.

Ask detailed questions about insurance. The moving company will provide insurance at an additional cost. Insurance is usually based on weight, so you will need to assess the value of your goods versus what the insurance policy will provide should your belongings arrive damaged or not at all. Standard coverage is 60 cents per pound and is usually not enough to cover the true cost of the damaged item. Before you purchase more insurance, look into your home insurance to see if they offer additional coverage for moving.

Be sure they are licensed, insured and bonded! Well accredited, BBB members and read reviews!

We pride ourselves in referrals and customer relations. SA Moving Guy's look to exceed your expectations during your move. We understand that every move counts no matter how small or big, a genuine effort and responsibility is given to each customer. Making sure your move is stress-free and when our trucks drive off you remember our services and refer us to your family and friends, that's the greatest compliment we can receive.

Walk through to assure all items have been loaded off truck and into your home in the right places. Also making sure no damages have taken place to any of your property.


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