Popeye's Moving Company

USDOT # 2256912
251 W Tropical Way
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33317
Fort Lauderdale
Florida
Contact Phone: (954) 680-8787
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Company Site: www.popeyesmovingcompany.com

Moving with Popeye's Moving Company

Popeye's Moving Company is pleased to be of service to you and your family. What distinguishes Popeye's Moving Company from other moving companies is the time and effort we dedicate to understanding our moving customers needs, and our proven ability to work professionally and efficiently. We value our moving clients and go the extra mile to ensure that each and every client is 100% satisfied.
In addition to our strong work ethic and client loyalty, we have over 25 years of moving, packing, unpacking, loading and unloading experience in our industry. We also employ the most talented and safest individuals to get the job done right and on time. Our goal is to deliver the highest quality moving experience, and to work closely with you to ensure that your expectations are being met at all times. We thank you so much for making us a part of your family memories and for choosing Popeye's Moving Company to move you into the future.



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Company was very easy to work with stress free

Staff was on time and super friendly. Sense of humor made moving stress free. Strong and fast men. Super happy with the service

My moving day couldn't have gone better! They were so careful with my belongings!

We were very happy with the company Popeye's moving . Everyone from the office personal and the movers themselves were extremely nice and professional. Thank you for the service.

I used Popeye's moving company about 2 months ago. I was very nervous because I've heard bad things about moving companies. I could not have been happier with this company. They were on time and gentle with mine and my children's things.

I was in desperate need for a good and reliable moving company. I was referred to Popeye's moving company from a coworker. I was very happy with their professionalism and the staff was very courteous and patient with me. I would recommend them to anyone. Tara Massey

Wonderful experience! Franny was super helpful, she coordinated the whole move land made me feel very comfortable. I'd definitely recommend them.

These guys took the hassle out of moving. Definitely had piece of mind knowing that I had Popeye's doing the heavy lifting. Thanks Popeye's!

It was a quick easy move, I only moved a couple of buildings away. It was his company made it very easy and stress-free For me!!!

I called in to get a quote from Popeyes Moving Co. When i called i spoke to Frannie. She was the absolute best. I haven't had a customer service experience like this since i moved to Florida. My family of 7 needed to move quickly and so i needed a quote that would fit our budget. Thank you so much for the decent prices and the excellent service you provided me it will always be remembered. I recommend you go to Popeyes Moving Company for the services you may need.

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