You can put your complete trust in Byco Moving to get the job done! We are proud to say we are a part of these associations and what they stand for. We strive every day to give you the best moving experience possible.

Byco Moving Certifications
Intrastate: NMPRC 000481
US DOT: 1069251
MC: 442323
AMSA Member: Yes
ProMover Member: Yes
Insured: Yes
Additional Associations:
New Mexico Movers and Warehousemen’s Association
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American Moving and Storage Member

Planning
It’s never too early to begin planning your move. Start out by decluttering your home! Create a Trash, Donate and Keep pile for your entire home; you won’t believe how much stuff you don’t need. Donate used clothing and other household goods, which will provide a tax deduction. For other items, have a yard sale.

When should I move?
If you can move during off-peak season, from September through April, you may get a better price and find that movers can be more flexible in their pickup and delivery

If you need to move during the busy season of summer, schedule it mid-month and/or mid-week, which may result in a lower price and fresh crews. Weekends and ends of month are busiest for movers.

Who should I look for?
We strongly recommend choosing among the approximately 3,500 companies who are AMSA members. Each one has passed our background screening with government authorities at the state or federal level, as well as with their Better Business Bureau chapter. They have also pledged to abide by and uphold the AMSA Code of Ethics. They are reputable, legitimate companies who operate under honest business practices and the law.

Many AMSA members proudly display our logo on their website. Unfortunately, some bad guys steal our logo, so you can check our latest list of ProMovers to verify membership. Or call us at 888.849.2672; we’d be glad to help.

In addition to the AMSA logo, we established the ProMover program; a quality certification program for our members who provide interstate moving services, and local moving services. These members, subject to annual background checks, are authorized to also display the ProMover logo. Learn more about the ProMover program.

You can check your interstate mover’s complaint history at the federal government’s consumer information website for household goods moves.

Professional Moving Service for Roswell, Dexter, Artesia, Carlsbad, Hobbs, Lovington, Ruidoso, Hondo and Capitan.

The American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) launched a consumer protection and certification program called ProMover, designed to fight imposters known within the industry as “rogue operators.” The ProMover program takes the worry and the hassle out of moving by helping consumers identify quality professional movers.

New Mexico Moving and Storage

All members of the New Mexico Movers and Warehousemen’s Association strive to provide honest, efficient, high quality services to the New Mexico commercial and household goods moving consumer. All members pledge to advance the following code of ethics:

To encourage and develop the highest levels of industry service quality.

To promote the lawful best interests of our industry, association and craft.

To adhere to all the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission rules and regulations as they relate to our industry and operation.

To observe all laws relating to operations and employee safety.

To operate as responsible employers and to encourage our employees to behave honorably and responsibly as they represent our industry.

To participate in advertising that only portrays our services in an honest and fair manner.

To cooperate in the lawful review of any person in our industry alleged to be engaged in improper practices.

To fully explain carrier limits of liability.

To uphold and observe all membership obligations.

Byco Moving Certifications
Intrastate: NMPRC 000481
US DOT: 1069251
MC: 442323
AMSA Member: Yes
ProMover Member: Yes
Insured: Yes
Additional Associations:
New Mexico Movers and Warehousemen’s Association
Moving.com powered by Realtor.com and their network

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