Top Notch Movers offers packing, full-service moving, and storage services in South Florida. It mainly does local moves within Florida, but Top Notch Movers also takes on long-distance moves across the East Coast.
Overall Score: 6/10
- Value: 6/10 — Top Notch Movers' moving and storage prices are about the same as other companies. It doesn’t offer many discounts or other ways to save.
- Customer experience: 5/10 — While Top Notch Movers gets good ratings overall, the bad reviews bring up serious concerns. Plus, we have reason to think some good reviews are fake.
- Credibility: 7/10 — Top Notch Movers has current registration and insurance. It needs to fix its pending insurance cancellation, though, or that will be a big problem.
Bottom line: Top Notch Movers wouldn’t be our first choice for a Florida move. It doesn’t provide exceptional value, and we worry about its customer reviews. It's a legitimate moving company, but we think you'll find better options in South Florida.
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Top Notch Movers vs. The Competition
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We suggest a national moving company like Mayflower Moving or Armstrong Relocation over Top Notch Movers. While we expect each company to have similar pricing for full-service moves, Mayflower and Armstrong get fewer out-of-the-ordinary complaints. Both companies also have more reach than Top Notch Movers.
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Top Notch Movers: In-depth Breakdown
📊 Our rating: 6/10
From what we’ve seen, Top Notch Movers has industry-standard pricing.
While we haven’t been able to get a quote yet, Top Notch customer reviews and its website suggest that Top Notch Movers costs about the same as similarly sized moving companies. So based on HomeAdvisor national averages, you can expect a local Florida move with Top Notch Movers to cost around $1,700 ― give or take a few hundred dollars.
Top Notch Movers doesn’t offer regular coupons or discounts. It doesn’t have much in the way of freebies either ― though Top Notch storage doesn't charge a fee for any moving blankets your movers wrap around your stuff.
⚡️ Quick tip: Moving quotes are usually case-specific, so what you see advertised on company websites isn’t always what you get. We recommend reaching out to an independent moving broker to request a quote today.
📊 Our rating: 5/10
Between the unusually bad negative reviews and the possibly fake good reviews, we’re not confident you’ll have a great experience with Top Notch Movers.
Yelp warns that it’s noticed some fishy business with Top Notch Movers reviews ― meaning some of its positive reviews could be fake. In positive reviews (if they're real), people say Top Notch Movers has fast workers, accurate estimates, and polite customer service.
We’re concerned about the bad reviews for Top Notch. We saw several red flags:
- Multiple accusations of theft
- Failure to deliver goods on time
- Threats of legal action to get rid of bad reviews
📊 Our rating: 7/10
Top Notch Movers complies with standard registration and insurance practices, but we did spot one potential issue with Top Notch's insurance status.
U.S. Department of Transportation mover database records show Top Notch Movers is properly registered, has a normal safety record, and has all necessary insurance. But Top Notch moving company has a pending insurance cancellation.
A pending insurance cancellation could just mean Top Notch hasn’t re-upped its insurance policy yet. But it's possible Top Notch is getting its insurance revoked for some reason. We can’t tell for sure.
Top Notch Movers also received three formal consumer complaints in 2021. That’s not a bad number, but other similarly sized moving companies we’ve reviewed have had fewer complaints.
Simply put, we didn’t see anything worrisome enough to warn you off of Top Notch Movers ― but do pay attention to Top Notch’s insurance status.
About Top Notch Movers
Top Notch Movers Inc has been in business since 2009. It mostly offers local moves and storage in South Florida, but Top Notch Movers also offers long-distance moving from 11 other states: Alabama, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.
Note: Quite a few U.S. moving companies call themselves Top Notch Movers or Top Notch Moving. This review is about Top Notch Movers, based in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
How We Researched
We dug into Top Notch Movers’ records with the U.S. Department of Transportation, including complaint, safety, and insurance data. We also looked at its customer reviews across four review sites. Then we compared Top Notch Movers’ costs, reviews, and credibility to other moving companies in its service area.
FAQ About Top Notch Movers
Top Notch Movers offers packing, local moving, long-distance moving, and storage. Learn more about Top Notch Movers.
Top Notch Movers rates pretty well overall, with more than 4 out of 5 stars on Google, Facebook, and HomeAdvisor. Just keep in mind that Yelp says Top Notch Movers may be using fake positive reviews. Learn more about Top Notch Movers.
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