St. Louis Movers & Moving Services
If you're looking to save money on your St. Louis movers, you've come to the right place. And, if you're moving to a suburb of the city, I can also help. The greater St. Louis metropolitan area has a population approaching three million. The city itself has 147,076 households, and 354,361 residents, and the ratio of people to land is 5,724.7 per square mile. If anything, this density may be subsiding, as people in the region follow national trends of migrating from urban neighborhoods to the suburbs. But no matter where in the city you're moving to, I'll know St. Louis movers that can offer you exclusive discounts on your move. Just tell me about your move in the form above and I'll connect you with St. Louis movers that will help you save big. After all, isn't that what friends are for?
Good Weather for Moving
The region's warm weather makes it easy to move any time of year. The average annual temperature is about 56.3 degrees Fahrenheit, and on all but four to six days out of the typical year, temperatures stay above zero and below 100. Springs tend to have the most rain, while winter can get an average of about 22 inches of snow. Pay attention to the local weather forecasts during the months and weeks leading up to your move, and make sure that your movers are skilled in contending with the local climate.