El Paso, TX Moving Tips and Services

Spanish for “the pass”, El Paso sits right on the Rio Grande, across the border from Chihuahua, Mexico, and has the largest bilingual work force in the West. Strongly influenced by a Mexican-American population, the city is considered to be an international metropolitan area. With a unique blend of cultures due to its proximity to Mexico, the city is friendly, laidback, and operates at a slower place than most cities. Residents are proud of this city’s treasures such as the Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center, El Paso Museum of Art, and many more. Throw in a lower cost of living, low crime rates, and breathtaking desert views, why not make the big move and enjoy all that El Paso has to offer?

Helpful Moving Tips for Relocating to El Paso, TX

Moving to a new city can be challenging, but we will be there to cater to your transportation needs. Stop by any of our locations; we have more than 20 in El Paso alone. We will be more than happy to assist you.

  • Ahead of the Game – Reserving ahead of time would be the best way to assure availability for your desired truck rental. Reserving a truck should be done at least one to two weeks ahead, especially in the summer or at the end of the month when things get really busy.
  • Ask for Help – If you think that moving will be a heavy burden on your shoulders, try asking for some help. You could ask some friends you may know or even let us do the work for you with our reliable Moving Helpers®!
  • Windy Season – March and April tend to be El Paso's windy season. Dust storms and windstorms will come and go within these months, which should be a time to avoid moving or a time to take extra caution throughout the move.
  • Water is Your Best Friend – With the dry weather and an average of over 300 days of sunshine a year, it is always important to keep some water by you to avoid dehydration, especially while moving and transporting boxes and items back and forth.
  • Downsize – Get rid of some winter clothes by donating them or keeping them in storage since you won't need any heavy clothing. El Paso's cold temperatures average about 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Fort Bliss – As the second largest Army installation in the U.S., Fort Bliss stretches all the way up to New Mexico, leaving a positive economic impact and is the reason why you may be bumping into many of our honorable army men and women!
  • Great Outdoors – Are you into adventures and scenic views? You’ll witness spectacular desert sunsets while you hike through the Franklin Mountains, the White Sands National Monument, the Hueco Tanks, and many more.


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