Aloha Moving

USDOT # 727522
134 E 6940 S
Midvale, UT 84047
Contact Phone: (801) 568-0743
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Moving with Aloha Moving

Aloha Moving is a locally owned moving company that is here for all of your moving needs! From Logan to St. George and Park City to Tooele, we have been serving all of Utah for over 25 years! We take pride in servicing our loyal customers who have usedAloha Moving and were happy with our service and affordable rates. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and have worked hard to build a reputation based on honesty and integrity. Whether your move is small or large, a piano or a TV, call Aloha Moving for a free estimate today!

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Aloha movers are awesome, they appeared on time and hustled once they strolled through the entryway. They brought extraordinary consideration with my possessions and even took care of the considerable number of incidentals that I hadn't stuffed. They had my three room house totally exhaust in just a couple of hours. I would prescribe Aloha movers to anybody making a move!

Amazinggggg!!! These folks are effective and speedy and above all, they handle your furniture with consideration. We have utilized them twice and have been so satisfied with their administration. We exceptionally prescribe them to everybody!

Dud these guys are huge but so kind and friendly. One of the movers picked up my hole dresser by him self. i wish I had taken a picture, lol.

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