Freddy Duncan & Sons Moving and Storage

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809 E 20th St
Cookeville, TN 38501
Cookeville
Tennessee
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (931) 526-9500
Company Site: www.freddyduncan.com

Moving with Freddy Duncan & Sons Moving and Storage

Proudly serving Putnam and Cumberland County for over 30 years, Duncan Moving & Storage is a full-service, family-owned and operated moving company on a mission to set the standard for service in the moving industry.
Freddy Duncan & Sons Moving & Storage was founded on a commitment to make moving a stress-free operation by completing every move on time, sticking to the price quoted, and meeting any special requests. 30 years later and with business better than ever, we are proud to credit this strategy with our success, and we thank our clients for acknowledging our hard work with their repeat business and referrals!



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Wonderful people. Family owned and operated. You couldn't ask for better group of friends and business partners.

Freddy Duncan & Sons Moving and Storage has moved us no less than 5 times, including putting away 50% of our things for a year. They are the best moving organization I've utilized - exceedingly suggested! Super expert, skillful, decent, and individual!

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