No distance is too short for our residential moving team. JK Moving Services provides professional service for all local moves in the Virginia area.
You’ve seen our trucks right here in Virginia, and you’ve heard from friends and neighbors. In Virginia, JK Moving Services is the local expert. We zero in on your needs, effectively managing your move and your stress. Of all the local moving companies you can choose, JK is one that understands what matters most.
Stafford County residents know they have something special - history, natural beauty, and a sense of escape from the congestion of Northern Virginia. JK Moving Services knows a lot about moving in Stafford County, because we’ve been packing up and unloading Stafford residents for decades, including hundreds of your neighbors.
JK offers homeowners moving in Stafford County a full range of services to manage everything from simple moves to complex challenges such as treasured antiques and fragile items.
We’re the nation’s third-largest independent mover, yet you’d never know it from our personalized service. Just choose the options you need before, during, and after your move, and we’ll do the rest.
- 500+ full-time moving professionals
- 30+ years and thousands of residential moves around the world
- 400,000+ sq. ft. of secure storage
- 160 GPS-enabled trucks for end-to-end tracking
The JK experience starts with your free, onsite estimate from one of our Stafford County moving consultants. Your consultant will provide accurate pricing and answer all your questions up front, after which you’ll have one point of contact to manage all the details, from packing to settling in.
Moving in Stafford County? Just let us know what you need:
Whether you’re retiring to the shores of the Potomac or simplifying your commute to Richmond, our experience and professionalism will make moving in Stafford County a positive experience from door to door.
If you are moving more than 30 miles within Virginia, please review the brochure supplied by the Virginia Movers & Warehousemen’s Association, “Making a Better Move in Virginia.”