Move it All

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4903 Barn Owl Trail
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Grand Prairie
Texas
Contact Phone: (469) 520-3963
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Move It Texas was a lot cheaper than any other place I called. I had furniture that needed to be picked up from the warehouse and delivered to my home. For 3 movers, a 20' truck and a few hours of work and driving it was extremely reasonable priced. Not to mention it made moving the furniture through the house because they could actually lift the pieces. I wasn't going to be able to help my husband with moving furniture up the curved stairs...

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