When working professionals Erica, Rebekah and Luke met, they realized they had one thing in common: they each had stories of hectic moves across Monmouth County.

Erica and her husband contracted a moving company to move them on a Friday. They confirmed the appointment with the movers the night before the move. When Friday came, they each took a day off from work and boxed everything in their old house, but when the appointed hour came, the movers were nowhere to be found. Erica couldn’t reach them, never heard from them again, and had to spend the weekend in a packed up house while frantically trying to find another moving company.

Luke was a newlywed with a young son and a daughter on the way. He tried to save money by performing his own move. His new home was only a mile down the road, so how hard could it be? After spending two days packing and unpacking, snapping the legs off of an antique dresser, shattering a whole stack of picture frames, and losing part of the security deposit on his apartment by scuffing the walls, Luke learned that moving was harder than he thought.

Rebekah’s friend was a busy executive with four kids. She hired a professional mover to pack and perform her move to a new home. After the move was finished, she realized all the baby albums were missing — as were her teen daughter’s shoes and accessories.

When the entrepreneurs conceived All The Right Movers, they knew exactly what services they would include. They agreed that if you work hard and reward yourself with meaningful things, those things shouldn’t be broken or stolen during a time in your life that should be exciting.


Their concierge service, All The Right Movers, is committed to professionalism and courtesy. It is staffed with accountable professionals who can disassemble, pack, and move you—and then put everything in the right place in your new home. The licensed, bonded full-time staff are trained to pack quickly—yet carefully. Everything is carefully selected—from the quality of the bubble wrap and biodegradable packing materials to the employees, who are fully vetted with background checks. They know that no matter the service, well-trained and accountable people make the difference.