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7411 90th St

Copher Moving & Storage 7411 90th St

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We provide the Chicagoland area with mover services that make a difference. Our professionals are among the best in the industry. We are trained to provide you with the solutions you need as well as the quality you deserve. If you need something packed, delivered or moved, give us a call, we can help you move out and into your new location stress free!
When you choose us, you’ll quickly see that our work is centered on giving you the best. Copher Movers & Storage Inc. has achieved success through the use of clarity and the understanding of our customers’ needs. We know that you will find what you are looking for with our moving services because we stand behind our work and deliver services, satisfaction guaranteed.

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Nicole R.

Nicole R.

02/13/2016

Like I said-I was super awed by the company and couldn't have requested better offer, they some assistance with making the upsetting difficulty vastly improved for me. Much appreciated once more!

Anthony L.

Anthony L.

02/13/2016

These folks are aces. Everybody was well disposed and productive. They took great consideration of my furniture, and my 400lb Foosball table landed without a scratch. Everything was wrapped up in covers, and touched base without a scratch. Snappy correspondence and quick moving. Would run with this folks at whatever time.

Shirley A.

Shirley A.

01/28/2016

Trust each positive thing you've perused about these folks! All things considered these folks may very well be called Copher Moving and Storage since they keep up the uncommon priority of making you have a craving for moving subsequent to something as distressing as a move!

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