City Transfer & Storage Co

USDOT # 125550
1100 Redding Dr
High Point, NC 27260
High Point
North Carolina
Contact Phone: (800) 334-2648
Additional Phone: (336) 889-6155
Company Site: www.ctsmoves.com

Moving with City Transfer & Storage Co

Moving an employee or your family or your office to the Greensboro Triad area or across the country or around the world? Your search for a moving mover company has ended. You have landed on the award-winning, family-owned moving company that was started 108 years ago.
Three generations of the Lassiter family have been instrumental in the growth of City Transfer and Storage since its beginnings in 1908. Our grandfather, I.M. Lassiter, started City Transfer and Storage that year with a team of mules and horses, a wagon, and his vision for a company that could haul just about anything – as long as it fit in the wagon.
We are the Carolinas’ largest, most diversified moving and storage company, and we’re also the oldest continually operated family-owned transportation and logistics company in the state of NC.



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these folks were magnificent. I was exceptionally worried about movers when I clench hand began looking. They were forthright about the expense and the three folks that showed up buckled down, were amicable and didn't harm anything. they took care in wrapping up everything, aside from boxes and put every one of the containers in the room we had composed on them. I would utilize these folks again in a heart beat.

An extremely disillusioning move after such an expert and apparently capable introductory contact and planning.

Of the 3 folks taking care of the move, one was totally futile - he broke one of my work areas, hurt himself simultaneously, wasn't wearing proper clothing (pants continued tumbling down in light of the fact that the zipper and snap were broken), and did short of what I did!

In this crosstown move, I figured taking the new sidestep would be quicker - WRONG! Their truck just would go 50MPH! Since they were tailing me, I needed to continually pull over for them to make up for lost time to me.

With everything taken into account, this little and short move cost me considerably more than it ought to for just 1/2 of a little family unit, and I did a great deal more lifting than I ought to have!

While they appeared to have pressed and secured everything professionally, later I discovered numerous gouges and checks in the few bits of decent furniture that made the move.

A while later, I called the proprietor keeping in mind he communicated laments about utilizing one of the specialists and the bum truck, he offered just a little rebate on my best course of action with them. After a year, in the wake of offering my old house, I leased an expansive Penske truck ($100) and alongside a companion, I moved whatever remains of the furniture. I was totally done and back home by twelve!

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