MOV2DAY Moving

USDOT # 1749746
3506 Mercantile Ave
Naples, FL 34104
Naples
Florida
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (239) 596-6190
Company Site: mov2day.com

Moving with MOV2DAY Moving

A Division of Apple Moving Inc. serves the Greater South West Florida Region through its centralized location in the heart of Naples. We offer local and long distance furniture moving to anywhere in the continental United States. We specialize in household and commercial moves but we are also your small delivery expert.
Our website has valuable information on how to choose the best moving company for your needs, what to expect in a bid, how to plan for your move, tips on packing and much more. When you’re ready for an estimate or to book a date for your move, our friendly and professional staff will be there to help.
Our employees enjoy what they are doing and it reflects in our can do attitude and communal pleasant demeanor. We have serviced the Naples area for over 15 years and have moved thousands of homes. Our commercial client list inside Naples Florida is extensive and unmatched. Most of our employees have been with us for many years helping us to secure an employee retention rate that is almost unheard of in this industry.
We are committed to reaching the upper echelons of customer care and through time exceeding them to set a new precedent in the moving industry. And of course, we still have our first client. We are one of only a hand full of Naples FL movers that are fully licensed, insured and federally regulated.



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All the gentlemen were polite, fast, and cautious. By name Randy R, Carlos J, Duane and Dave.

Randy and Bill are just the best and fastest movers I have ever had! Highly recommend them.

The movers stole our things. Very bad.

This company is a sneaky and full of lies. I will never I mean never use this company again. Moving Authority wouldn't allow me to give zero stars.

Just to be clear, I didn't utilize them, yet they were my #2 or 3 decision that I practically ran with. Their rates were a portion of the better ones I found and the general population were extremely lovely to manage. Indeed, even after I let them know I was going to utilize another person they were considerate and receptive to me. Unquestionably justified regardless of a look in case you're moving.

This organization is hands down the best around the local area and in the business, I have had the benefit of working with Odell ****** and Cornilo and they are, persevering, pleasant , legit folks... Much obliged to you MOV2DAY for giving us superb administration.

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