Haynes Van & Storage Moving

USDOT # 1719367
3495 North Alcaniz Street
Pensacola, FL 32503
Pensacola
Florida
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (850) 434-2751
Company Site: www.haynesmoving.com

Moving with Haynes Van & Storage Moving

When you move with Haynes Van & Storage, you move with friends and neighbors – people who live in and care about your community.
Haynes Van & Storage has been moving families in the Pensacola area since 1954 and is known in the region for its quality service and competitive pricing.
We specialize in local moving, but also can handle any type of residential or business move anywhere across the state or country, or around the globe.
Owner Keith Haynes is a third-generation family member of the company founders and takes personal pride in each move. Not only is his name connected to each move – he and his family and colleagues are very connected to the community. Starting with Keith’s grandparents, company founders Lamar “Shorty” and Lou Haynes and their son Butch, who owned and operated the business for over forty years, family members and Haynes Van & Storage employees have worked and volunteered in a variety of organizations throughout the Pensacola area.
Haynes Van & Storage provides local moving services in and around Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Pace, Milton, Fort Walton Beach, Destin, Navarre and Perdido Key.
In addition to traditional moving services, Haynes Van & Storage also offers short- and long-term storage solutions, containerized moving solutions, small move options, value-added services, such as cash back opportunities on your move, electronics hookups and more.



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Convenient and productive. They went well beyond to facilitate any moving issues and the organization was extremely useful.

These folks are great. By a wide margin, the best arrangement out there that I could discover. Also, best part, their group was on time, quick, clever, exceptionally accommodating and made everything appear to be truly simple. Ideally we don't need to move soon, however I will prescribe them to every one of my companions! Couldn't have requested a superior moving background.

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