Meehans Family Moving

USDOT # 2469621
1840 Hypoluxo Road Suite A28
Lake Worth, FL 33462
Lake Worth
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Moving with Meehans Family Moving

If you’re looking for a quality moving company in Palm Beach, Meehan’s Family Moving is the right choice. As third generation moving specialists, we understand how important your move is for you and your family. That’s why it is our goal to make your moving day a pleasant and worry free experience from start to finish.
Whether you want to move locally or are moving across town or even out of state, we can help. We’ve served the Palm Beach area for over ten years, and are experts when it comes to moving in South Florida. We get that moving isn’t easy, and that’s why we are here. Our customer-focused services have proved themselves time and time again.

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Having never utilized a moving company I was anxious about the prospect yet a companion prescribed Meehan Moving so I chose to try them out. It was an incredible affair through and through. From accepting my quote to moving day, everything was simple and stretch free. Jackson and Pat were my movers and I couldn't get over how quick, productive, and gracious they were. Representatives truly speak to an organization and these two were an incredible illustration. Next time I move I'll be calling Meehan once more!

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