Coastal Carrier Moving & Storage

USDOT # 1010926
7124 Orchard Trace
Wilmington, NC 28409
North Carolina
Contact Phone: (866) 392-5422
Additional Phone: (910) 392-4916
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Moving with Coastal Carrier Moving & Storage

We're not part of a national chain, we're your neighbors. You might have seen us at church, the grocery store or a PTA meeting because we live and work right here. When the Coastal Carrier team shows up on your moving day, just think of us as one neighbor helping another; because that's exactly what we are. So, if you are looking for Myrtle Beach movers or a moving company in Wilmington, NC you are at the right place.

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I can't say enough how terrible the delivery but the costumer service is good. Sorry can't recommend you.

We utilized Coastal Carrier to move us from a flat and capacity unit into our new townhouse. Robbie was extremely useful and made the move less unpleasant for us. The group of Chad, Jarrod, Adam, and Jordan were incredible. No issues at all and they even beat Robbie's unique appraisal. Reasonably estimated.

Coastal Carriers is a very much oiled machine. They are proficient, intensive and took care of our turn as though it were their own. To put it plainly, it was great. Look no

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