Two Men and a Truck is a nationwide full-service moving company that specializes in local, domestic moves. The company also offers long-distance moving and business moving, along with junk removal and storage. Two Men and Truck is a franchised moving company, so different locations will have different owners.
Overall score: 7.3/10
Bottom line: Two Men and a Truck is a good choice for local and long-distance moves. Its pricing is about average compared to other moving companies, and it earns better reviews and gets fewer formal complaints.
But if you need to move specialty items, like a wood burning stove, Two Men and a Truck isn't a good fit. A company that offers that service, like Mayflower Moving, might be a better choice.
But before you book a moving service, we recommend talking to a moving broker. Brokers can help you shop around and find the best prices for your move. And they can offer tailored recommendations, too.
Two Men and a Truck: In-Depth Breakdown
Generally speaking, 2 Men and a Truck's prices are about the same as other moving companies'.
Each Two Men and a Truck location sets its own hourly rates and fees. But based on our research, the Two Men and a Truck hourly rate and other fees cost about the same as its competitors. So expect to pay somewhere between $900 and $2,500 for a local move (the average costs, according to HomeAdvisor).
One of our team members used Two Men and a Truck for an intrastate move. They said its prices for a full-service move were about what other companies charge.
Because 2 Men and a Truck is a franchise-based business, don’t expect the discounts and freebies you can get from smaller moving companies.
⚡️Quick tip: Moving quotes are highly customized and 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 one or more quotes so you can compare options and get the best fit and value.
Customer Experience: 7/10
Customer experiences with Two Men and a Truck movers vary by location ― but overall, people seem to really like the company.
We looked at Two Men and a Truck reviews from a dozen locations across the country. Every location we looked at earned at least four stars on Google and Facebook. And all but one earned at least four stars on Angi, too. Most of the reviewers thought 2 Men and a Truck movers were fast, professional, and friendly.
Still, not everyone has a great experience. We saw some of the typical moving complaints: slow workers, higher-than-expected prices, broken items, and minor property damage. But quite a few of the bad reviews came from people who didn’t actually hire Two Men and a Truck. They left reviews complaining that the company doesn't handle specialty items.
Again, check out Two Men and a Truck reviews for your local franchise. Odds are, you’ll see pretty positive reviews.
Based on our research, you can trust 2 Men and a Truck with your move.
Each franchise has its own record. So, we looked through a couple dozen of over 250 entries in the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) mover database. Each Two Men and Truck location we reviewed had a satisfactory safety record, active insurance, and zero formal complaints. Most national moving companies have at least a handful of complaints, so that sets Two Men and a Truck apart.
You should look up your local Two Men and a Truck on the U.S. DOT mover database. As far as we can tell, though, all locations are registered, insured, and safe.
About Two Men and a Truck
Two Men and a Truck is a moving company with franchises in 47 states (just missing Alaska, Hawaii, or West Virginia). It also has international locations in Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom. The company offers long-distance moving, junk removal, and storage. But it specializes in local moves.
People call the company 2 Men and a Truck, 2 Guys and a Truck, 2 Movers and a Truck, Two Men in a Truck, and more. Its correct name is Two Men and a Truck.
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How We Researched
We looked at Google, Facebook, and Angi reviews for Two Men and a Truck locations across the country. We checked out insurance, safety, and complaint data for those locations on the U.S. Department of Transportation mover database. We also compared our data on 2 Men and a Truck to data from dozens of other moving companies.
FAQ About Two Men and a Truck
Two Men and a Truck fees vary by location. Call Two Men and a Truck to get exact pricing for your location and move. Here’s our full review for Two Men and a Truck.
Two Men and a Truck has locations in all states except Alaska, Hawaii, and West Virginia. Here’s our full review for Two Men and a Truck.
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