Guardian Moves and Storage

USDOT # 2394366
310 Gatewood Dr
Winston Salem, NC 27104
Winston Salem
North Carolina
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (336) 337-7111
Company Site: www.guardianmoves.com

Moving with Guardian Moves and Storage

Guardian Moves and Storage is an expertly staffed moving company servicing North Carolina's Piedmont Triad, including Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point and all surrounding areas. With over 15 years of experience, our moving staff is not your average movers. We have the most intensive hiring process among moving companies in the state because we believe a moving company is only as good as its employees. We treat our customers with integrity. We are swift and efficient. We provide up-front pricing that is highly competitive.



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Gatekeeper could give me a quote and get me moved in without prior warning. They were proficient and beat the rivals as far as evaluating. They were proficient, unloaded and reassembled my furniture. I have never seen an entire van emptied as fast as these folks could do it!

These folks dealt with everything, directing me when stopping and moving my pull truck.

I'm supplicating I can utilize them always or until an away move do we part!!!!

We couldn't have requested a superior accomplice in our late move. Their group was gracious, on time and brought extraordinary consideration with our own things. Their entirely was accurate (which through the procedure of building a house was a first :)), and they finished the occupation rapidly. We have some extremely fragile glass cupboards that Guardians took care of with the best of consideration. I have and will keep on prescribing them to any individual who will tune in. Extraordinary moving company, incredible individuals that made an awesome showing!!!

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