Pikes Peak Moving & Storage

USDOT # 44799
30 Mount View Lane
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Colorado Springs
Colorado
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Additional Phone: (719) 475-2806
Company Site: www.pikespeakmoving.com

Moving with Pikes Peak Moving & Storage

If you're looking for moving companies in Colorado Springs and the surrounding area trust your relocation to Pikes Peak. As an agent for Wheaton World Wide Moving, we recognize that moving is more than just packing and moving boxes. It's about moving your life. We listen, understand and recognize your unique needs — tailoring the move to exceed your expectations every step of the way.



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We utilized this organization to get our products from an abroad PCS and I am excited with the administration we got. They were speedy and supportive and well mannered and amicable! They conveyed and unloaded the greater part of my things (aside from little boxes ) and even helped me set up a dubious bit of furniture without me inquiring. They were proficient however willing to answer my inquiries and were extremely quiet with me - it was my first worldwide move.

On the group I had it was Mike, Carlos and David and they were an awesome group.

Marvelous experience, would utilize once more.

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