Moving Squad Company

2000 N State Road 7
Pompano Beach, FL 33063
Pompano Beach
Contact Phone: (888) 907-7823
Additional Phone: (954) 958-2208
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Moving Squad® is a standout amongst the most perceived and trusted nearby and statewide moving organizations serving families in Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach and encompassing zones. Our moving administrations incorporate nearby and statewide home moves and in addition pressing and capacity administrations for private, corporate, government, and military customers. Do we offer free moving quotes, as well as work with you to modify a moving arrangement that associates with the sum you need to spend.

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This is the third time our family has utilized Moving Squad and every time it's been a flat out delight! They even moved companions of our own and they cherished them as well! Heavenly attendant and his group moved us this past Saturday and inside of 3 1/2 hours stacked everything from the old house into the truck and emptied it into the new house. They arrived early and dealt with everything! I exceedingly prescribe this organization to any individual who needs an awesome and solid moving organization. Nothing was harmed, no dividers were set apart up and they make moving furniture down a flight of stairs easy! Much obliged to you Moving Squad!!

Was exceptionally satisfied with the general procedure, lodging and effectiveness. I had called Moving Squad on a Wednesday on the grounds that my past mover (El Cheapo) attempted to twofold his introductory quote 3 days before the were going to move. I called Moving Squad and they could suit me in this short notice.

The moving group was quick, respectful and in particular, solid. I would utilize them once more, and let others know too.

They were good, strong and had clean uniforms ready to work.
Also there trucks were new and shinny, this is the way I like to see my movers
turn up. 4,75 hours and 12 boxes came out to about $578 not to bad.
thank you again

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