Two Men and a Truck of Northern Illinois

USDOT # 1822310
7214 North Alpine Road
Loves Park, IL 61111
Loves Park
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Moving with Two Men and a Truck of Northern Illinois

Our TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Rockford office has been proud to serve the local area since 2008. We expanded into Peoria in 2011 and ventured into the Quad Cities area in 2014. Since opening with just two trucks, our locations have grown rapidly; we now operate a 14 truck fleet!

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They are extremely decent and quick. somewhat harsh on the things yet I let them know my furniture was not the best our home was new and they did get a couple blemishes on the dividers with boxes yet I let them know no major ordeal were going to paint. I truly preferred them and would utilize them once more!

These folks are extraordinary! Moved me into my new house easily. Auspicious, proficient, moderate and open, they made moving a delight. Moving is NEVER a delight, let's face honest. It was consistent...

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