DRN Moving

USDOT # 966624
30677 Overseas Highway
Big Pine Key, FL 33043
Big Pine Key
Florida
Contact Phone: (877) 344-6683
Additional Phone: (305) 872-2575
Company Site: www.drnmoving.com

Moving with DRN Moving

DRN Moving is a locally owned full-service moving company. Our movers have been serving customers moving into, out of and around the Florida Keys since 1997. DRN moving is the oldest Florida Keys based moving company in all of the Florida Keys.
We are dedicated to bringing a higher level of service to our customers. We want to exceed your expectaations. Our company and our staff care about you and your move.
We'd love to help you with your move to or from the Florida Keys: including Key West, Sugarloaf Key, Big Pine Key, Marathon, Islamorada and Key Largo.
We hope you will find everything you are looking for on this site. If you need any assistance or have any questions, please contact us. Be sure to check back frequently, as there are many new services being offered here at DRN Moving. We will continue to update our site with all the latest information about our services.



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This is my second move with DRN MOVING!!! The folks are so expert, fast and well disposed. I sincerely would not utilize any other individual! Their costs are extremely sensible and they deal with my stuff such as it was theirs! They even offered to dump my auto! I can't say enough great things in regards to this moving organization. They charge by the hour and the folks were truly running forward and backward, upstairs in the middle of their conveyances to the truck!!!

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