Red Rock Movers

USDOT # 2210870
6922 Ashby Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84128
Salt Lake City
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Additional Phone: (801) 953-9147
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Moving with Red Rock Movers

If you are looking for anaffordable move with superior qualitythen we are the company for you!We're honest & reliable!We will move your belongings with the most respect & care. We are experienced and specialize in household, offices, storage units, pods and apartment moves!We are piano specialists!
We will assemble & disassemble if needed!You will get quality service with a move from class-a moving!Honesty & reliability guaranteed!We can handle all your moving needs so you don't have to worry or stress about your move! We areavailable 7 days a week and holidays!
We will disconnect and connect all utilities for you. There areno hidden fees or any extra chargesof any kind! We provide the tools to get the job done right! (dollies, blankets, etc.) We have great references, and we offer you honest and reliable workers with experience!

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We had an incredible involvement with the folks at RED ROCK MOVERS. Javier was exceptionally thoughtful and could send movers to help us move in notwithstanding when we needed to reschedule our landing time in view of awful climate. Juan and Alejandro were quick, proficient and watchful with our things and subsequent to moving most things into our new home, tailed us to our new stockpiling unit to move everything else in there. Their costs were likewise entirely sensible.

They were instantaneous and profitable. Faithful and authentic.
Not a bit of my movables were wanting. Wilmer, Kenny, and Alva all showed up on time.
This was my first time to relocate with this moving company.
They contained, filled wall-to-wall, and cared for my belongings.
They began and were slick and precise in packing my vacuum.
I relocated from Utah city to Scottsville city Texas.

We would on one's own recommend this family moving company to friends and the church. :)

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