My Town Movers

USDOT # 2434252
449 Highway 72 Suite 2
Collierville, TN 38017
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Moving with My Town Movers

We believe that moving should be as stress-free as possible. That’s why we do things differently than other moving services; like from start to finish moving: we’ll pack your belongings, move them, store them if needed, and even clean your old or new home or apartment after the move is complete. All for reasonable rates. We also provide our full-service clients with our special Stress-Free Moving Kit that will help you get through your move with as little stress as necessary. What about our pricing? To make your experience less stressful, we quote you all the costs of your move UPFRONT. We have NO hidden fees.

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Dwayne and Shawn moved a place of furniture I had arranged for a land operators. They showed up EXACTLY at the season of arrangement. They actually kept running in the middle of every stacking and emptying of furniture. I was astonished at how watchful and solid and FRIENDLY they both were amid the whole move. They were totally completed in two hours. I exceptionally prescribe My Town Movers for any move, extensive or little. Stunning! Much obliged to you !!

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I utilized My Town Movers through my business, Want It Organized to move a customer. Despite the fact that it was a little move, MTM sent two representatives to handle the move. They touched base on time, were extremely proficient and guaranteed my customer's things were wrapped appropriately to forestall harm. A basic however noisy message I noted is how much the MTM making the most of their work. They talked very of their organization and administration, took pride in their work and were really cheerful to help my customer movement exertion. The last point is that I was under a period requirement which My Town Movers finished inside of the assigned time. I will utilize My Town Movers later on and prescribe them to my customers and also companions. Incredible occupation, awesome value, Great administration.

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