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Professional residential and commercial movers serving Richmond, VA and surrounding communities since 2010

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    Welcome to Heroes Moving & Storage, where we are proud to offer comprehensive residential and commercial moves throughout the Richmond VA area. In addition to home and office moves, we also offer professional packing/unpacking and climate controlled storage. We are also your source for moving extra heavy items like pianos, gun and floor safes, and large appliances such as refrigerators, washers, dryers, and stoves.

    Choose our family owned and operated moving company today! You will notice the difference we offer right away, thanks to our commitment to efficiency, attention to detail and affordable prices.

    Why Choose Heroes Moving & Storage?

    10+ Years of Experience
    4.9 Star Review Rating
    Experienced Team of Movers
    BBB Accredited with A Rating
    100% Committed to Complete Client Satisfaction
    Communication & Trust

    Award Winning Service

    Here at Heroes Moving & Storage, we are dedicated to ensuring your commercial or residential move goes smoothly from start to finish. Serving Richmond, VA and the surrounding areas, including Chesterfield, Henrico, Hanover, and Powhatan, we offer much more than just standard moving services. We also offer professional packing/unpacking, move in/out cleaning, junk removal, and climate controlled storage.

    Our Heroes Family

    Our family owned business has been serving Richmond for the last decade with high quality residential and commercial moves. We place a big emphasis on communication, attention to detail, honesty and integrity. From our family to yours, welcome home!

    FAQs

    If you’re looking to move from one home to another, or relocate your business from one city to another, you likely have a lot of questions. After all, it’s a confusing and stressful time. But arming yourself with the right information can take the guesswork out of the process, lifting the burden from your shoulders.

    Considering a move to or from Richmond VA? No problem. The experts at Heroes Moving and Storage have you covered. We have listed our most common questions here, but as always welcome you to call us personally if you have further queries.

    How Much Do Movers Cost in Richmond?

    The final price tag for your move will depend on a variety of things, such as whether you’re moving close by or over a long distance, or the extra services you may need (think: packing or storage). The average cost of a basic move in Richmond is $399. It typically takes about three hours for a local move, and requires two movers and one truck. This price will go up if you have more than a two-bedroom home, have a lot of heavy belongings, or are moving over state lines.

    Where Should I Move in Richmond?

    No one can answer this for you, as this decision is highly personal. But we can outline a few of the more popular neighborhoods to help you in your search. The best neighborhoods in Richmond for 2021 include:

    • Mary Munford
    • Colonial Place
    • Malvern Gardens
    • Three Chopt
    • Stonewall Court
    • The Museum District
    • The Fan
    • Oxford
    • Sherwood Park
    • Westover Hills

    Every neighborhood has its distinct benefits. For example, The Fan is peppered with late 19th and early 20th century homes, featuring tree-lined streets great for kids to play with friends. Here you have a nice mix of college students, professionals and young families. The Museum District is more affordable than the Fan but with similar historic homes, within walking distance of several eclectic museums, restaurants and shopping.

    What is a Good Salary in Richmond?

    The average salary in Richmond is $63,000 a year. Virginia happens to be one of the most expensive states in the country, but thankfully, the cheapest metro area to call home here is Richmond. For a family of four, you will need to bring in a combined $83,000 a year in order to live comfortably here.

    What are the Richest Parts of Richmond?

    The richest neighborhood here is Wilton, where the median income is $231,000 and the average home price is $995,000. After Wilton, you have Windsor Farms, Country Club of Virginia, Stonewall Court, Three Chopt, Colonial Place, Willow Lawn, Stratford Hills, Stony Point, and Monument Avenue Park.

    What is the Least Expensive Part of Richmond?

    Some neighborhoods could save you a lot on your monthly rent or mortgage, but you could be sacrificing crime rates or location for more space and cheaper grocery bills. But the cheapest Richmond neighborhood to live in is Edgewood in terms of overall cost of living, rent-to-income ratio, and median home value to income ratio.

    Is Richmond Better Than Other Cities to Move To?

    No one can answer this definitively, but certainly many people who live here love it. It’s home to 230,000, it’s the fourth most populous city in the state, it’s quite bikeable and walkable, it has high rated schools, and it’s great for industries such as finance, healthcare, biotechnology, advertising and manufacturing.

    Richmond has a rich history, it’s 92 miles from DC and it’s close to all major highways and freeways.

    What Cities Do People Typically Move to From Richmond?

    Statistics show that most people, when leaving the Richmond area, move to San Diego, Columbia SC, Houston, Denver, Phoenix, Orlando, Dallas, Jacksonville and Colorado Springs. Now, when it comes to where people are moving to Richmond from, it looks like they’re coming from New York, Washington DC, New Jersey, Florida and Maryland.