AAA Moving & Storage

USDOT # 642836
514 W 21 St
Newton, NC 28658
North Carolina
Contact Phone: (888) 637-9641
Additional Phone: (828) 322-2226
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Moving with AAA Moving & Storage

Over the last 21 years, AAA Moving & Storage has earned a name that perfectly describes our way of doing business. We’re called “The Gentleman Movers” because we’re focused on people, and we know there is only one chance to get your move right. Our services are designed to protect everything at risk during a move, financial and personal, whether it’s your business transferring halfway across the country or your family relocating across the street.

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I can't say enough positive acclaim in regards to my involvement with AAA Moving and Storage. I acknowledge Todd getting it going and working with my timetable. I totally cherished working with Blake and Larry for my genuine move. I would thoroughly suggest and utilize them over and over!!

My mother Ann Campbell and I adore Hardy Moving And Storage and his group! He's aided through moves such a large number of times and despite the fact that I live in San Diego, he was willing to bail us out with boxes and pressing paper! Much appreciated Terry moving! You folks are the best!

With respect to Sophia H. reaction to my post. There was another route into my flats yet the driver did not take an ideal opportunity to discover, he just went to the conclusion that he was not ready to get into my condo. Likewise I did a case and have messages of when I sent back my case and I have never gotten my assets. Your organization has loathsome client administration and you all couldn't care less about your clients. I have an email from one of your specialists apologizing to me as to that he was so ill bred to me. Karma will return on this business and I trust by me posting reality this will make individuals go elsewhere for better client administration and a genuine moving organization.

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