Smoky Mountain Moving Services

USDOT # 954474
2664 Old Newport Hwy
Sevierville, TN 37876
Sevierville
Tennessee
Contact Phone: (800) 862-2320
Additional Phone: (865) 453-9399
Company Site: www.smokymtnmovers.com

Moving with Smoky Mountain Moving Services

If you are looking for:
  • Convenient storage units
  • A reliable company to facilitate your move to/from The Smoky Mountains
Then you have found what you're looking for! We're locally owned, full service, and careful movers. We are also an authorized agent for Wheaton Interstate Moving.
  • Free estimates
    • & Guaranteed prices (we still make house calls)
  • Local & long distance moving
    • Expert packaging & crating
    • Special handling for antiques and "handle with care" articles
  • Very competitive prices, give us a call!
  • Over 30 years experience
  • Commercial & household storage
    • Vault mini-storage available



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These guys were on time and did an excellent job. I highly recommend them.

In the wake of enlisting this moving organization, I was incredibly disillusioned. They appeared without enough boxes to pack my things yet did move my room suite and a loveseat that first day. At that point it was 2 days after the fact before they returned to complete the employment. When I checked the house after they as far as anyone knows moved everything, I discovered attire, plastic containers of things, seats on the patio, book rack with things still on it, Xmas improvements and my kitchen wash room had not been touched. Subsequent to paying them over $2200, I needed to get a companion to move whatever is left of my has a place. Wouldn't prescribe this organization.

I can't prescribe this organization very enough! My movers (Jacob and Connie), appeared on time, were cordial, extremely learned and took a lot of consideration with my things (stacking and emptying!).

They came in just beneath the evaluation, nothing was harmed and they made an extremely distressing day go easily!

Include the exceptionally sensible charges and it's a victor in each viewpoint. In the event that you have to move, you have to call this organization!

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