Showtime Moving & Delivery

USDOT # 2562473
4912 PEBBLE CREEK DRIVE
Antioch, TN 37013
Antioch
Tennessee
Contact Phone: (615) 707-2027
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Company Site: www.midtnmoving.com

Moving with Showtime Moving & Delivery

SHOWTIME Moving, fast and efficient at very affordable rates. We are a small company with only a handful of employees. We use only SHOWTIME employees and do not hire temporary or day workers therefore we know that our customers property and time is used efficiently and cared for as if it was our own. SHOWTIME handles local and some long distance moves. SHOWTIME Moving handles all types of residential and commercial moves. We also furnish labor only to assist you with loading/unloading your truck, trailer, POD, storage unit, etc at a cheaper price. We are licensed and insured so please ask to see our insurance for verification. We are a family run business and based in the South Nashville area of Tennessee. SHOWTIME can assist you with your move anywhere in the State of Tennessee and some out of State locations so feel free to give us a call and get a FREE estimate. SHOWTIME Moving does not have any hidden charges and additional fees you are not advised of before the moves. SHOWTIME charges hourly or flat rates depending on the move. There is a small fuel charge for moves outside of the Davidson County area. The fuel charge small and only a one time charge which is included in the estimate.



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Showtime Movers did a excellent job moving me. They were professional and got the job done in record time. I would use them again. Also the rates were better than other moving companies I called.

Showtime Moving made an incredible showing helping us with our turn. They were extremely expert, amicable and took extraordinary consideration moving our effects. We chose to utilize Showtime Moving on the grounds that a companion prescribed them and in light of the fact that their rates were extremely sensible. I would not delay to prescribe Showtime Moving to any individual who needs assistance moving. Much obliged

We had an extraordinary involvement with Showtime this weekend. In spite of a blustery morning, they moved our possessions precisely and effectively. The move took somewhat more than anticipated because of the climate and the separation the truck needed to stop at our loft. Rates were sensible (really, a deal contrasted and alternate moving companys I got cites from) and the two movers were neighborly and supportive. Nothing was harmed because of climate or carelessness, so I wouldn't delay utilizing them again on the off chance that we move and unquestionably prescribe them to anybody in Nashville. Much obliged!

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