Anthony's Moving Service

1819 Powell Road
Augusta, GA 30909
Contact Phone: 714-490-1100
Additional Phone: (706) 860-3726
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Anthony's Moving and Storage is a family claimed and worked business that performs a quality moving administration for a sensible rate. They have an expert, affable staff that can help you with any of your moving needs. Anthony's Moving and Storage's prosperity depends on their rehash and referral business. Consumer loyalty is their essential objective.

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Try not to utilize Anthonys. These individuals are chipping away at your dime and they take everlastingly to pack things. We moved quicker than they did. We had everything separated and things in boxes named. All they needed to do was load up the truck. Everytime we would watch out they where having a smoke break or debating on the most proficient method to stack the truck. It took them 4 1/2 hours to move a 2 room loft to the following place that was around 15 minutes away. We called and griped and as of right now everything that was marked where to go was simply tossed in a room some place not where it should be. At last we couldn't discover anything. To the tune of $573.00 at 135.00 a hr. for 3 men. Try not to utilize this organization. Not worth the cash.

Punctual- they showed up on the dot and got the job done quickly with care. Would highly recommend them to friends, family, and anyone who needs a moving service! Will definitely be enlisting My Great Movers for my next move. Thanks guys!

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