Idaho Moving Companies
Finding a Moving Service in Idaho
The state of Idaho is more than just a potato producer, (although they do produce about one-third of the potatoes grown in the US). It's a state perfect for people who are adventure seekers, nature lovers, science and technology enthusiasts and those who like a little peace and quiet. However, if the time has come to leave Idaho, you need to find a moving company to help. U-Pack has locations in Idaho, along with over 240 service centers nationwide, so we can help you no matter where you’re moving.
Explore Your Moving Options
U-Pack is a self-moving service where you pack and load, but we handle all the driving. Prices include the moving equipment, transportation, fuel and liability coverage. Moves happen quickly, with most moves traveling to destination in just 2-5 business days. We understand that each move is unique, so we can help create the perfect move to meet your needs:
- Moving from Idaho to a new state or across the country? We specialize in long-distance moving.
- Choose from door-to-door or load at a service center. Most U-Pack moves include full transportation, including door-to-door delivery. However, you can load or unload at a service center to save.
- Add storage or loading help. Customize your move to include time in storage or help moving.
Get a free moving quote to compare rates for your move and explore the options.
Moving to Idaho?
U-Pack can also help you move to Idaho from all 50 states, Canada or Puerto Rico. The service works the same — you pack and load and we bring the moving equipment to your new Idaho home.
Idaho by the Numbers
- 6 states (plus Canada) border Idaho — Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming and Washington
- 13 billion pounds of potatoes are grown here each year
- 29 State Parks across the state offering everything from disc golf to sledding
- 72 precious and semi-precious stones found in Idaho, earning it the nickname of the “Gem State”
- 7,900 feet deep, Idaho’s Hell’s Canyon is the deepest gorge in the country (even deeper than the Grand Canyon!)