Lightspeed Moving Company

USDOT # 2529953
24 Eden Rock Lane
Black Mountain, NC 28711
Black Mountain
North Carolina
Contact Phone: (828) 273-0404
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Movers you can trust! Fully licensed and insured, we are independently owned with an unflinching commitment to quality service and professionalism. Our crew members are full-time, background checked employees who are trained in accordance with the highest standards. We never subcontract any of our work, hire temporary laborers, or engage in any activities which have the potential to inhibit our ability to achieve our primary objective: providing quality service for our customers. Based in Charlotte NC, we fulfill local and long distance requirements, all at competitive rates.

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The experience was great. They dealt with my stuff, they were anything but difficult to work with and when we kept in the truck they dealt with that it won't scratch or that sort. It was minimal costly than I suspected it would be. The staff individuals conduct is great. They were on-time, they did all that they ought to and they dealt with my stuff and they didn't squander time. Those were better than average as well and I let you know when they carried on what not. The pressing was done up to fulfillment and they brought all the gear.

Best moving organization I've utilized! We required a moving organization who could help us move rapidly. Fortunately, Lightspeed was accessible to offer assistance.
The proprietor was exceptionally quick about getting back to and messaging me back when I asked for data for the move and even rang to trail the move to ensure we had choice administration.

Movers were well mannered, productive and solid. They moved our two room, two-story town home to our new home in under three hours. It was a stormy day yet they took care of business and were exceptionally deferential of our new and old home with doing whatever it takes not to get an excess of mud and water on the ground surface.

They made such an awesome showing, to the point that we will presumably call them soon to move our capacity to our new home as well. Much obliged Lightspeed Moving Co!

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