Safe Responsible Movers

Looking to get a quote for your move? Click here. If you want to know a little more about us first, keep reading . . .

Safe Responsible is Boston’s premier small moving company. Our all-star team of moving professionals takes pride in offering prompt, reliable, and efficient service to all of our customers. Whether you’re a BU student moving between dorms in Allston, a growing family upgrading from a Watertown condo to a Weston 5-bedroom home, or you just need help getting a new couch up your tricky North End staircase, you can trust Safe Responsible Movers to ensure a stress-free moving day. Check out our reviews on Yelp!Google, Boston.comFacebook, Boston Magazine, the Improper Bostonian, the Better Business Bureau, or Angie’s List.

Chris Amaral grew up in Watertown and has lived in Boston for over 10 years.

Watertown native Chris Amaral, owner and founder of Safe Responsible Movers.


In naming us the 2016 “Boston’s Best” moving company, The Improper Bostonian says that we “nimbly navigate fifth-floor walkups, handle possessions with care and get you into your new abode with a flat travel free and nary a headache,” before recommending our blog for “helpful tips on packing and permits.”

Safe Responsible Movers is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities as a carrier of household goods (license #31608). As required by state law, our company carries workman’s compensation, general liability, cargo, and commercial auto insurance.




Looking for a quote for your move? Click here or fill out the form below:


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Please use the space below to provide an exhaustive inventory of your belongings (a list of all of your furniture items – “furniture,” in this case, meaning all items that are not going to be inside a box when the movers arrive).

*Also, please double-check that you are not forgetting any basement, attic, garage, or shed storage items.

Anything else we should know about your move?

For example: narrow/steep driveways where some vehicles have bottomed out; time constraints for an elevator/loading dock; anything to be taken apart, or that was assembled inside your home; a long walk between your unit and the elevator or between your house and the street; narrow stairwells, tight bulkheads, or low ceilings; additional pick-ups or drop-offs, etc.