It’s no secret, moving an entire household is stressful, and we’re here to help you with managing your relocation stress. Sound impossible? It’s not. Just ask the other 96% of customers who would refer us to friends and family for their next move.
Equipped to handle local moves of any size
It all began with two men and a truck. Literally. They began moving homes locally and while many things have changed over the past 30 years, our mission to exceed your expectations by customizing our services to fit your needs, has remained the same.
We relocate apartments, condominiums, homes and everything in between – from teeny tiny to very large. Whether you need help re-arranging furniture from one room to another or you’re relocating down the road or across town, our local moving services provide you with affordable and convenient options for a stress-free experience.
2016 marks the 10th year in a row the Ozarks has voted TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® in Springfield the Best Moving Company with the News-Leader Best of the Ozarks where they recognize and reward the people, places and things that make the Ozarks special. With great honor we accepted this award and want to thank everyone who made this possible. We could not have done it without our hardworking team and wonderful customers! We continue to strive to exceed our customers' expectation in value and high standard of satisfaction.
Moving Day can be stressful for everyone in your home, especially for cats! They are quite territorial and sensitive to their surroundings, so they will be very anxious around the hubbub.
Before and after the move, put familiar objects around your cat. These objects can be favorite toys or blankets, or even the water bowl. If you are moving your cat in a crate, put the crate near the cat. This way your pet can become well acquainted with the crate before it's actually inside it. If you are not sure about using a crate, keep in mind it is the safest way to transport a cat.
Once you get to your new home, try to restrict where your cat goes. Start by letting it in only one or two rooms. As your cat grows more comfortable in its new home, allow it to move into other rooms. Overwhelming your cat with too much too soon is detrimental to how quickly it will settle into the new home.
Have more questions about how to prepare your cat for your move? Feel free to reach out to us here. We can also answer questions about how to move other pets you may have, such as dogs, fish, and birds.