Moving Areas and Surrounding Areas:

Katy, Cinco Ranch, Brookshire, Foster, Richmond, Sugar Land, Fulshear, West Houston

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Gilbert Monzon
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Square Cow Movers are proud to provide a full suite of moving services in Katy, Texas and surrounding areas! Katy is one of the fastest growing areas with access to the new HWY 99 and only 20 minutes from downtown Houston. With new neighborhoods, great shopping, and fantastic schools it’s no wonder why Katy is at the top of people’s list when it comes to places to raise a family.

Our guys moving in this area are locals familiar with the terrain, the the roads, the weather, the…well, you the get the idea. Whether we are driving through start and stop traffic of Cinco Ranch or dodging trees through La Centera area, we know how to do these things safely with your property being our first concern. Whether you are just moving down the street or moving across the country, our mission is to provide a safe, stress-less moving experience for you and your loved ones. It is our mission to be your residential movers, commercial movers and/or long-distance moving solution. So, if you need a mover in Katy Texas, give us a shout. We won’t let you down.

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Where Are the Fastest Growing Areas in Katy?

West Houston is an area that has been growing and expanding for years. Between 1990 and 2010 the Katy area grew by 215%. Sugar Land just to the east of Katy has also seen substantial growth. Fulshear is a small area south of Katy’s city center that’s up and coming with communities like Cross Creek Ranch. As things continue to expand west, the city of Brookshire is also expected to continue to grow.

Where Can I Get Moving Boxes?

Square Cow Movers has quality moving supplies at fair prices. You can also find used moving boxes on Craigslist, but you have to act fast or they’ll be snatched up by someone else. Need more ideas? Check out our post on where to find free moving boxes.

What Are the Best Qualities for a Mover to Have?

Whether you’re moving to a ranch near Foster or a town home in downtown Katy, the moving company you use can make a huge difference. The best quality a moving company can have is a good reputation. If they have high ratings with the BBB and tons of great reviews from customers, that’s a good sign. We’ve also created a post with tips on what to ask to find the best moving company.

Who All Do I Notify When I Move?

You’ll need to let friends and family know, of course, but there are also some other people that need to know about a move. You’ll need to let your utility provider know so that the service shutoff can be scheduled. Banks, lenders and insurance companies also need to be informed when your address changes.

Will Your Katy Location Move Large Objects Like Pianos, Pool Tables and Artwork?

We sure will! We offer a variety of packing services including piano moving and pool table moving. These are specialized skills that you can’t trust to just anyone. Moving large objects and loading them up on a truck is part art, part science and a whole lot of safety precautions.

Which Katy Neighborhoods Are the Best for Kids?

The city of Katy is popular for families because it’s not too far from Houston but a good distance from the hustle and bustle. Cinco Ranch is an upscale master-planned community that’s above average in price but has amazing amenities for families. Sugar Land in the east was ranked one of the top 10 Texas cities for families a few years ago. The city of Richmond is one of the safest areas, which is why it’s highly rated by local families.

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