When it comes to household moves, tipping or not tipping is not the question. The general rule of thumb is to base the tip on a percentage of the total cost of moving, with 15-20% being the industry average. However, you are not obliged to tip the moving company. People who move should arrive on time, treat your things as if they were their own, and get organized.
They should be courteous, follow your requests and answer any questions that arise about the move. If you're lucky enough to have hired such a hard-working team, it won't hurt to encourage them to do everything possible by informing them beforehand that in the end they will be waiting for good advice as long as they do their job as they are supposed to. Another way to make your movers very happy is by feeding them. Doing this will minimize confusion over how much each moving company is supposed to receive and will ensure that there is no opportunity for dishonesty or that some moving companies receive a higher share than others.
Tipping your movers is a great way to show appreciation for their hard work and dedication. However, it's important to remember that you are not obligated to tip them. If you feel that they have done an exceptional job and you want to show your appreciation, then tipping is a great way to do so.