Moving Companies in Charleston, SC
Planning Your Move from Charleston with U-Pack
Southern hospitality, rich history, gorgeous South Carolina Lowcountry scenery and incredible food are just a few of the things that make Charleston special. You know this better than most as a Charleston resident. But you may not know the best way to move long-distance from this popular coastal city.
The answer? U-Pack®. We offer the convenience of a full-service move at a do-it-yourself price — you pack and load into our equipment, and we drive it to your new home. In most cases, with our nationwide network, we can deliver your belongings anywhere across the U.S. or Canada in less than a week.
Get details about how U-Pack® service works. Then, when you’re ready, get a free online quote and beginning-to-end support from our experienced moving professionals.
Checking Out Charleston: 5 Fun Facts
Entertain and educate non-Charlestonians in your new town with some local knowledge.
Charleston is nicknamed “The Holy City” because it has more than 400 places of worship.
Charleston is home to the first public college, museum, playhouse and golf club in the U.S.
The Gardenia is named after Dr. Alexander Garden, a Charleston physician who first imported Cape Jasmine from South Africa in the mid-1750s.
Local law states that no buildings can exceed the height of the city’s tallest church steeples, which were landmarks used to help captains guide ships into Charleston.
The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge is North America’s longest cable-stayed bridge, connecting Charleston and Mount Pleasant.
Maybe you’ve already seen them all, but who knows when you’ll be back? Enjoy these sites once more before you go.
The Pineapple Fountain
Not only can you wade in this popular gathering spot, you can get married there, as well! Why pineapples? They represent hospitality and are a common design theme in Charleston.
Believed to be the largest live oak east of the Mississippi River, the Angel Oak is one of the most photographed icons in Charleston. It’s 65 feet high, more than 25 feet in circumference and estimated to be between 300 and 400 years old.
Charleston City Market
Capture some flavor of the Old South, people-watch and find unique souvenirs all in one spot. Pro tip: Check out the hand-woven baskets made from local materials, including sweetgrass and palmetto leaves. This craft originated in West Africa and has been passed down among artisans for centuries.
Fort Sumter National Monument
Catch a ferry (keep and an eye out for dolphins!) to a small island in Charleston Harbor to see the place where the first shot of the Civil War was fired in 1861. Explore stone caverns, get a close-up look at several Civil War-era cannons and visit the museum during your self-guided tour.
Magnolia Plantation & Gardens
Tour America’s oldest public gardens and the Drayton family home while getting a glimpse of local wildlife. There’s also a zoo and nature center on site.
U-Pack North Charleston
3153 Pacific St Ste B
North Charleston SC, 29418