J E Thomas Moving

USDOT # 1418527
169 Drummer Kellum Rd
Jacksonville, NC 28546
Jacksonville
North Carolina
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (910) 455-0481
Company Site: www.thomasmoving.com

Moving with J E Thomas Moving

Our company has been in the moving business since 1985. We started our business in Roanoke, Virginia. In 1996, we moved to Jacksonville, North Carolina. We specialized in local moves until 2005 and we now offer Long-Distance moves. We understand the stress of moving and will make every effort to make your move free of stress by offering you the best service around.




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If you want movers that are professional, that you can rely on, and have fun in the process, this is the company for you. They helped lessen my stress of moving from North Carolina to Florida. Even though I had them place a heavy piece of furniture in three different places, they did it with a smile. I had complete confidence in them and their suggestions. I give them the highest recommendation possible.

This spot help with our migration. They took awesome consideration of our things and set them where we needed. The folks were exceptionally respectable and more likely than not cooperated for quite a while as they were exciting. We will utilize them again if the need emerges! No big surprise they are profoundly evaluated.

These folks are amazing! My mom as of late moved from her single family home and plans to move to an autonomous living group. An exceptionally distressing time in the greater part of our lives. So far in this procedure the moving/pressing background gave by J E Thomas was the best experience. They, by a wide margin , surpassed my desires!

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