Connecticut Moving Companies



Moving from Connecticut

Even though the Constitution State is small, it’s still 60 percent forests with 100 state parks and 200 miles of coastline. So it’s important to choose a moving company that’s familiar with the area. When you’re moving to a new state, it might be tempting to go with a rental truck to keep costs low. But don’t forget to factor in the time spent driving (and the price of fuel). On the other end of the spectrum is the completely hands-off process of a full-service mover, which comes at a premium.

U-Pack® is a great option that includes the best of both worlds. It’s a self-moving company – you pack and load, but we handle all the driving. We have service centers in Connecticut and across the country, so no matter where you’re moving, we can help! Get a free moving quote online or over the phone to check rates.

Explore Connecticut One Last Time

Before you move, take time to revisit these unique spots:

  • Lake Compounce Theme Park in Bristol is the oldest continuously operating amusement park in North America. Here, your family can ride coasters, a train, a Ferris wheel, and more.
  • Gillette Castle State Park in East Haddam is home to a 184-acre estate built in 1919. Once the home of William Hooker Gillette, who played the original Sherlock Holmes, its unique features include wooden door latches inside and arched bridges on the trails around the property.
  • Mystic Seaport Museum is much more than a building full of artifacts. It’s like stepping back in time with their recreation of a historic seaport village. This collection of boats and sailing ships is the largest maritime museum in the country!

Popular Destinations from Connecticut

Over the years, we see patterns where people move to and from. Here are the most common routes for those moving from Connecticut: