Based in San Antonio, Austin, and Corpus Christi

2 and 3 Bedroom Apartment Movers in Texas

If you’re moving in or out of an apartment or rental property with two to three bedrooms, the moving process may be a bit different than for a regular local move. Long, narrow hallways or countless stairwells may require extra planning and precision to navigate. Additionally, some apartments may have restrictions in place for what days and times you can move, or when you can use their service elevators. At Austin Van & Storage, we’re aware of the common issues that can arise with apartment moving, and we can avoid those issues becoming a problem on the day of your move with our creative and tested solutions.

Our Process for Large Apartment Moves


If you’re planning to move to or from a large apartment, contact Austin Van & Storage to schedule an appointment to discuss your move.


With more information about your rental property, your belongings, and timeframe, we’ll generate a custom plan for your upcoming move.


As your move approaches, we’ll provide you with moving and packing supplies, and follow up with you periodically to ensure you’re ready.


On the day of your move, we’ll execute the move efficiently and stress-free, so you can enjoy your new apartment!

Why Choose Us To Be Your Apartment Movers?

Move Into Your New Rental With Minimal Stress and Effort

At Austin Van & Storage, we understand the regulations associated with apartments, such as wrapping furniture, doors, and walls to prevent property damage, so that you can retrieve your security deposit after submitting your keys. By following strict guidelines and creating a custom plan prior to your move, we can guarantee your furniture and personal belongings will make it unharmed to your new two and three bedroom apartment. If you’re ready to move with Austin Van & Storage, contact us today to receive a free quote for your move.

Our Apartment Moving Services



Need a place to safely store your belongings between leases? Our secure storage facilities can hold your items for as little or as long as you need to make your next move as smooth as possible.



Need help packing your whole two or three bedroom apartment? Or just your valuables and bigger furniture? We offer full or partial packing options, so that you only pay for the packing services you need.



When we get to your new rental, we don’t just unpack your furniture. We’ll assemble anything that had to be taken apart during your move. We focus on getting your furniture and large items assembled and placed where you want them, so you can focus on enjoying your new place.

Our Service Area

Austin Van & Storage offers its large apartment moving services in the Austin, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi metro areas. If you’re moving from out-of-state to Texas or vice-versa, we can also help make your long-distance move as seamless as possible.

Apartment Moving FAQs

The cost of an apartment move will depend on the size of your apartment, the amount of furniture and personal belongings that require moving, and any guidelines your rental property may have. Once we collect this information, we’ll provide you with a quote for your large apartment move that takes time and effort into consideration. Before your move, we’ll present you with a final, written estimate so that you can have a fixed price for your move. Contact us today for a free estimate.

As a full-service moving company, we can pack, load, move, store, unload, and unpack all of your belongings for you. Because rental properties may have more guidelines, our process for apartment moving is as follows:

  1. Discuss your move and assess your apartment and belongings.
  2. Create a custom plan for your apartment move.
  3. Provide you with moving and packing supplies, and follow up to ensure you’re ready.
  4. Move, unpack, and assemble your belongings at your new apartment.

Yes, we proudly offer complete packing services for all apartment moves in San Antonio, Austin, and Corpus Christi. We guarantee your personal belongings will arrive at your new apartment safely. If you need to store your belongings before your move, we also have secure storage facilities.

To prepare for a large apartment move, consider doing the following:

  1. Sell, donate, or throw away any unused belongings, so that you have less items to pack and transport come moving day.
  2. Submit a written notice to your landlord ahead of your move. Most properties require a 60-day minimum notice, so be sure to ask your rental property about their deadline and any additional requirements they may have.
  3. Deep clean your apartment, and fix any damage so that you can get your security deposit back. If you’ve already received the keys to your new rental, take pictures of any pre-existing damage so that you can request repairs and avoid damage fees in the future.
  4. Contact your utility providers to let them know you’ll be cancelling service or moving your utilities to another location.
  5. Update your mailing address and set up a forwarding address to ensure you continue receiving important notifications, bills, and packages.

Ready to Move?