When moving to San Antonio, you need a mover you can trust that will navigate your relocation with precision. We are that company. Texas Best Movers has handled many residential and office moves here in this city over the last decade and a half. This second most populous city in the state and the Southern U.S. is home to 1.5 million people. We are proud to know it well.
Having a moving company behind you that knows how to handle residential and commercial moves at that level is key. Characterized by a deep history, love of culture, and a distinction of being the state’s oldest municipality, it’s no wonder so many people move to San Antonio.
When you need to partner with professionals who have top-notch experience and skills, call Texas Best Movers. We work hard to achieve your 100 percent satisfaction when it comes to your move in San Antonio.
We are proud to be the community’s trusted moving company in San Antonio, offering these services to all:
Our job is to reduce your stress on moving day. Give us a chance to prove ourselves, with our low pricing and friendly workers.
Downtown San Antonio is one of the most beautiful and inspiring in the state. This bustling, area is home to 17,000 people just within the downtown, which serves as the central business district of the city. As the urban core of Greater San Antonio, encircled by Loops 1604 and 410 as well as interstate freeways I-35, I-37 and I-10, its great accessibility is what makes it such a great commuter town.
Downtown is peppered with many districts, from the Alamo District to the Convention Center District to the Historic Civic District. Check out the Alamo, the River Walk, and the Alamadome, or take in one of the many parades going on at any given time, such as Fiesta, Cinco de Mayo, and a multitude of holiday and sports parades.
Beyond the Downtown…
Downtown San Antonio certainly has a lot going on, but there’s more to the city than that. Enjoy a day at the San Antonio Zoo, hit Sea World San Antonio, scare yourself with a ghost tour, take a tour of the Witte Museum or experience a play at the Majestic Theatre. The San Antonio Museum of Art, the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and the Spanish Governor’s Palace (a National Historic Landmark) are all must-sees.
One thing you’ll notice about San Antonio is its rich pride in its heritage. First founded as a Spanish mission and colonial outpost in 1718, it remains the state’s oldest municipality and anchors the southwestern corner of the Texas Triangle. Forming the center of the San Antonio-New Braunfels metro area, San Antonio attracts young and old to its doors.
The real estate market is still relatively affordable in San Antonio, the schools rank high, the neighborhoods are picturesque, and lower income taxes offset the cost of living. The unemployment rate is below the national and state average, and traffic isn’t as congested as it is in nearby Dallas or Houston. You’ll love the weather, too, which is mild year round.
Whether you’re moving here with your growing family or you’re an up and coming professional, there are many neighborhoods and suburbs you can choose from. Here are just a few:
114 W. Commerce
San Antonio, TX 78205
Solid Waste Management
4410 W. Piedras Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78228
Public Works Department
Municipal Plaza Building
114 W. Commerce, 6th Floor
San Antonio, TX 78205
Neighborhood & Housing Services
1400 S. Flores
San Antonio, TX 78204
San Antonio Fire Department
Non-emergency: (210) 207-7744
San Antonio Police Department
Non-emergency: (210) 207-7273
To book your San Antonio move, contact us today at 210-981-5327 to get a FREE quote on our many moving services. We also serve Alamo Heights, Converse, New Braunfels, Olmos Park, Shavano Park, Stone Oak and Terrell Hills.