Moving to St. Louis with Mayflower
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Moving Services to St. Louis
There are lots of benefits to moving to St. Louis. St. Louis is one of the top cities in the U.S. for raising a family, a result of an affordable cost of living, access to quality schools, and ample public recreational grounds and activities to enjoy. St. Louis is located in heart of the Midwest and within an easy driving distance to some of the country’s major cities, including Chicago, Nashville, Indianapolis, Kansas City, and Memphis, making it a perfect location for weekend exploration.Find Local Movers
St. Louis Movers
Our St. Louis Mayflower agent is Dodge Moving & Storage. A BBB Torch Award winner, Dodge is a long-standing Mayflower agent. Dodge services areas around the St. Louis metro area, including:
- St. Charles
- Creve Coeur
- St. Peters
Long-Distance Moving to the St. Louis Area
Mayflower understands that there’s a lot for you to think about for your move out of the St. Louis area. We are dedicated to offsetting some of the burden so you can focus on the other important details of your move.
We’re registered with the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration), any interstate mover must meet this requirement and more to be in compliance with federal guidelines.
By visiting this page, you’ve already taken an important step on your moving journey. Simply fill out a few details about your move in the form above and we’ll be in touch soon to set up your move survey.
Things to know before moving to St. Louis
Weather in St. Louis
Living in St. Louis, you’ll feel the effects of all four seasons. The city lies between a humid continental climate and a humid subtropical climate with an average temperature of 57.1 F. Summers in St. Louis can be particularly hot and balmy, with temperatures often exceeding 90 F. Like many places, spring brings the most rain, and you can expect to find a frog or two in your path after a long rain shower!See all services
Economy in St. Louis
Manufacturing and healthcare reign supreme in St. Louis, followed closely by technical trades. The area is home to nine Fortune 500 companies, and top employers include BJC Healthcare and Boeing. In 2015, its unemployment rate was at 6.8 percent—higher than the national average of 4.9 percent. However, its Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) has steadily increased the past few years, signaling the growth of the city’s economy.See all services
Housing in St. Louis
The St. Louis housing market is hot, as the local economy continues to get better and demand increases. Housing affordability is a big selling point for the STL metro area, as an average home here will set you back $173,000. Because of the cheap housing options, many Generation X-ers are moving here in droves to take advantage. But what if you want a bigger house? Those in suburbs like Ladue and Frontenac will run you more than $1 million.See all services
Plan Your Move to St. Louis >
Prepare and plan for your move by using our moving tips to help prevent any last minute stress.
Many times, customers are very focused on unpacking and getting things organized and simple things, like cleaning, getting rid of boxes and setting up their PC networks and home theatre systems, get overlooked. For those types of to‐dos, check out our moving packages.