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Des Moines Movers

Moving to or from the Des Moines, Iowa area? Let Adamantine Spine become your preferred Des Moines moving company by requesting a free estimate or calling us at 515-207-2727 Monday through Saturday.

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Our Des Moines Location

Our third and newest location was born in 2020 when dynamic duo Cliff and Emily Wallace took their ten-plus years of combined Spine Moving experience and headed back to their home town to open a branch in Des Moines. If you have any questions about your move to or from Des Moines, don’t hesitate to contact them at any time.

Now serving Altoona, Ankeny, Des Moines, Grimes, Johnston, Norwalk, Urbandale, Waukee, West Des Moines and beyond!

Our Des Moines History

Des Moines natives Cliff and Emily Wallace have been through a lot together, including a deployment to Iraq with the army, college at the University of Iowa, traveling around South America for 6 months, and working at Adamantine Spine. Oh and getting married - they did that together, too, with about 20 other Spiners in attendance!
Though they love the Iowa City area, in 2020 they decided it was time to start a new adventure back in their hometown. But not without The Spine of course! They bought a nice little 2-bedroom in Beaverdale, parked a couple of Spine Moving trucks close by, and the Des Moines location was born, with Cliff and Emily as branch co-owners!

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Moving to Des Moines?

Well first, it’s important to note that Des Moines spreads across multiple suburbs that don’t all share the same zip code. Areas like Clive, Johnston, Waukee, Ankeny, etc. are all considered to be part of the Greater Des Moines area. So, if you’re planning to move to any of the nearby areas, we’re here to make that process as seamless as possible. We’ll handle the boxes, but here are a few other steps that you’ll need to take to settle your family into your new home.


In Iowa’s unpredictable weather, you’ll want to have your electricity in place to have your air conditioning and heating available when you need it. The Des Moines area’s most popular energy company is MidAmerican Energy.

Local School Districts

Whether you’ve already committed to a new home in the Des Moines area or you’re just starting to look, knowing that your kids will be getting a great education is important. To help you make heads or tails of the various Des Moines area school districts’ boundaries, we’ve included some helpful resources below:


Before you move into your Des Moines home, you’ll want to make sure that your utilities are set up. Visit the Keller Williams website to find the correct contact to start your utilities in your new home.


You can go about getting Internet and cable set up in Des Moines through many providers. Some of the more popular Internet and Cable providers in the Des Moines area include:

Popular Things To Do

Des Moines is a beautiful and exciting community that always has activities and events for you and your family to attend. The city is full of great things to do, whether you’re looking to check out one of the top restaurants or attend one of many events in downtown Des Moines. Here are a few resources that will help you get started:

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Planning A Move From Des Moines?

There are a few things that you’ll want to get taken care of before you make the jump. Many can be adjusted online, over the phone or in person.

Changing Mailing Address

You’re going to want to officially change your address with the US Postal Service before changing it across the web. You can all set a forwarding address for any mail that might still come to your Des Moines address. Once your mailing address has been changed with the post office, you’re going to want to update your address with your bank and any institutions who send you monthly bills or statements.

Updating Drivers License
And License Plate

You’ll want to make sure that your driver’s license is up to date before you start driving in your new town. Find out how to update your driver’s license and license plates with your new address on the DMV website.

Turning Off/Transferring Utilities

Turning off your utilities in your Des Moines home is as easy as going on the Des Moines Water Works website or visiting your suburb’s website. If you’re interested in turning off or transferring your electricity, you’ll have to contact your service provider which is most likely MidAmerican Energy.

Transferring Internet/Cable

Whether you’re with Mediacom, CenturyLink, DIRECTV + CenturyLink, DISH, or ViaSat, you’ll want to make sure that your service gets turned off in your Des Moines home before you move. Check with your service provider to see if they can continue service in your new location, or if you will have to get set up with a new service provider in your new town.

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