Uncle Sugars Moving Company

USDOT # 2322687
536 Atlantic Ave
Millville, DE 19967
Millville
Delaware
Contact Phone: (302) 537-4057
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Company Site: www.unclesugars.com

Moving with Uncle Sugars Moving Company

Welcome to Uncle Sugar's Local and Long Distance Moving Company on the web.
Uncle Sugar's, situated in Millville, Delaware, close Bethany Beach and Ocean View, offers an assortment of moving and capacity administrations to make your life less demanding.
Moving crosswise over nation? We've moved families all through the 48 mainland United States. Moving furniture inside of your own home? We've offered senior residents some assistance with moving their rooms down the stairs to enhance their personal satisfaction.
We accomplish more than simply moving, as well. We offer pressing supplies to make your pressing occupation less demanding, or on the off chance that you incline toward, we'll even do the pressing for you!
Your fulfillment is our top need. Here at Uncle Sugar's, the troublesome we do promptly - the inconceivable may take somewhat more.
What's more, keep in mind Uncle Sugar's Thrift Shack. In the event that you live in or visit southeastern Delaware, stop by - there's something for everyone.



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They moved us twice. They make a special effort to make certain everything your needs are met and you are content with the move. Super cautious with everything. Extremely decent individuals as well and it is evident that every gentleman is an expert mover and not only somebody off the road. It doesn't show signs of improvement than this.

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