Houston Moving Companies

Welcome To Houston!

House moving can be very stressful. Which is why, as one of the country’s favorite moving companies, we have been helping people get settled into their new surroundings for almost 20 years. As you have probably grown quite sick of packing, wrapping up your prized possessions for the long road ahead, here are some things to look forward to upon your arrival in Houston, TX.

Size: They say everything is bigger in Texas. Well that is certainly true of Houston. With a population of over 2.2 million, Houston is the fourth largest city in the country, trailing only New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Big cities can be daunting, but they also come with a lot of perks. You can get almost anything and the stores never seem to close. Just find where all the movers and shakers hang out and settle into your niche.

Culture: Houston has the second-largest Theater District (Second only to Broadway) in the nation. Located downtown, the 17-block Theater District is home to eight performing arts organizations with more than 12,000 seats. Including theater, Houston is home to more than 500 cultural, visual and performing arts organizations.

Medicine: Houston is home to the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical center in the world, with a local economic impact of $10 billion. More than 52,000 people work within its facilities, which encompass 21 million square feet. Altogether 4.8 million patients visit them each year.

Food: Houstonians eat out more than residents of any other city. The city is home to over 11,000 restaurants and eateries.

We hope these tips will help you on the next phase of your life, and give you some ideas for things to do after our movers have left and you finish all moving and storage. And once again, welcome to Houston, TX.

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