Cardinal Moving

USDOT None
PUC # 3956
545 Severn Way
Lexington, KY 40503
Lexington
Kentucky
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (859) 948-3226
Company Site: cardinalsmoving.com

Moving with Cardinal Moving

Cardinal Moving of Louisville, KY, is an accomplished neighborhood and long-separation moving organization that will handle your turn with consideration. The majority of their movers are perfect cut, athletic and all around prepared young fellows who will strive to make your turn simple. They are experts with expansive box trucks (up to 26 feet), huge encased trailers (14 feet), dollies, hand trucks, furniture cushions and a wide range of instruments. Best of all, they charge a level hourly rate. Their costs are considerably less than the enormous folks since they are privately possessed and productively overseen by MBA graduates. Not paying establishment expenses permits them to charge clients less while paying their well put together and capable movers more.


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What a hidden gem! I cold-called a bunch of moving companies, and Cardinal was available on fairly short notice for a very reasonable rate. Brent and Stephen were wonderful - professional, communicative, courteous, efficient. Moving is often a chaotic situation in itself, but after they had done everything I requested of them, they continued to ask, "What else can I do for you?"

I know now why they have 5 stars. Had no clue that there was such an unbelievable marvel as a moving organization that is not a sickening and terrifying background that makes you want to have a colonoscopy. Hands down the main moving organization anybody ought to use...ever.

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