Lift It Moving & Storage

USDOT # 2842950
2500 W Broad ST STE 410
Athens, GA 30606
Contact Phone: (706) 805-8785
Additional Phone: (706) 543-4471
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Moving with Lift It Moving & Storage

Lift It Moving & Storage is one of the best full service moving companies in the city of Athens, GA. Our company works in all types of moves across the country and does its best to provide residential and commericial moves to all. If you are looking to move a long distance, we are able to help as well. We do everything for your move such as packing, wrapping, loading and shipping. We also provide you with tips to save money on the cost of your move. For example, you can read some tips on how to find free moving boxes so you won't have to purchase any for your move. Every aspect of your move will be taken care of and you won't have to worry about lifting a finger for your move. Our company has a proven track record on providing moves across the country so if you are looking for a professional mover to take care of your move, then we are it. Our services are available to you at anytime so please call us at (706) 805-8785 to get started on getting your free moving quote. We would be glad to be your mover and help you move to your new destination.

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