Two Men and a Truck Orlando

USDOT # 2285840
7703 Kingspointe PKWY
Orlando, FL 32819
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Moving with Two Men and a Truck Orlando

It all started as an after-school business for two high school boys. With a hand-drawn logo, advertisement in a local paper, and advertising fund stashed in a ceramic dish, the endeavor was never expected to be more than a local moving company.
Now, 30 years later, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has grown both domestically and internationally with more than 320 locations worldwide. In 2015, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® will operate in 39 states with additional growth expected in the United States, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.
We’re proud of the more than 60 consecutive months of growth, the completion of five million moves and counting, and the annualdonation of $2.8 million in moving services. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is poised for long-term record success!
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is the fastest-growing franchised moving company in the country and offers comprehensive home and business relocation and packing services. Our goal is to exceed customers expectations by customizing our moving services to specific needs. We move apartments, condominiums, homes, businesses, and everything in between – from very small to very large. Whether moving down the street, across the country, or to a new home or business building, we’re here to help with managing relocation stress. - See more at:

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Not quite satisfied with this company because they charge me with extra and also they charge me to pay the boxes and tapes.

We cherish these movers! Simply completed our second move with them (the first was in 2013) and we had another awesome experience. They are neighborly, proficient, gifted, quick, and solid - all that you could request in a moving organization.

This organization is stunning! i was exceptionally distrustful about movers following the time when our first involvement with another organization. Everything was dealt with generally and we even seen scratches and imprints in our wooden furniture. From the minute our movers from Two Men showed up they were well disposed and positive. For an organization that charges by the hour they moved rapidly and took superb consideration of our stuff. They wrapped the majority of our wooden and other huge furniture to maintain a strategic distance from any harm amid the move. (I'm not certain if this is typical but rather the principal organization unquestionably did not do this.)

I very prescribe this moving organization for your best course of action! My two movers were Frednel and Placide and on the off chance that I can ask for them for a future move, I without a doubt will. I certainly anticipate utilizing this organization again as a part without bounds when we move once more.

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