Moxie Holdings

400 Strawberry Ridge Ln
Irmo, SC 29063
South Carolina
Contact Phone: (803) 407-3080
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Great moving company. Will recommend to anyone.

Moving is never fun. Yet, these folks made it as smooth and simple as it gets.

Caleb came to evaluate our flat quickly and we got the quote the following morning. We had a couple questions (didn't know our new address area yet, some protection questions). Any email sent, we got a brief answer. We even climbed the moving date by 2 weeks - no issue. They landed obviously, stuffed and wrapped everything quick and deliberately, conveyed and emptied as fast/painstakingly as the first run through. We were given the last bill and great ruler, it was under the first gauge. *Note that I'm not supporting this dependably happens, only that we evaluated for most dire outcome imaginable and they were super legitimate with their charges.

So while moving may not be a peach, it's useful when you don't need to stretch about your stuff. Glad to prescribe them to anybody in the territory.

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