American Van Lines

USDOT # 1757726
718 CREEK RIDGE ROAD
Greensboro, NC 27406
Greensboro
North Carolina
Contact Phone: (336) 323-6683
Additional Phone: (704) 230-0825
Company Site: www.americanvanlines.com/greensboro-movers

Moving with American Van Lines

American Van Lines is a leading local and long distance moving company in Greensboro, North Carolina. Whether you need a residential move or a commercial move, we offer personalized relocation services unmatched by other Greensboro movers. Our experience allows us to efficiently guide you through the entire relocation process, making your move as simple as possible.
Whether planned in advance or at the last minute, we provide high quality, affordable moving to and from Greensboro. Our professional movers know the area well and are aware of the best routes to take to complete your relocation swiftly and successfully. For local moving, we offer same day delivery. For out of state moving, we provide quick delivery and weekly shuttles to all major cities. For all relocations, our flexible moving services are tailored to your specific needs. If you wish to pack yourself, we’ll provide the supplies. If you wish to leave the packing to our packing experts, we offer full-service moving. We even employ certified packers for high-value and/or fragile items, such as pianos, art and antiques, and specialized trailers to transport your vehicle.



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Five Star movers. American Van Lines (MBM Movers)!!!

We had our furniture put away for 2 months until our new townhouse was done. Mike, David and John were so careful with our furniture (I have a considerable measure of collectibles) They were so watchful going here and there, up the stairs so they would not scratch dividers. They were truly wonderful and friendly. I would have American Van Lines (MBM Movers) again on the off chance that we ever move again.
Thank you, American Van Line (MBM Movers) and specially Mike, David and John.

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