Charlotte van and storage (NC)

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Welcome to Charlotte Van and Storage.

Charlotte Van and Storage, established in 1955 by Frank Watson. Jr in North Carolina. offers moving services as an agent for mayflower in Charlotte and surrounding area. The company offers a variety of services and they specializes in piano and trade sow shipping. Their modern facilities consist of two warehouses with over 50,000 square feet of capacity. Give them a call or ask for moving quotes online.

You can find above all essential information about Charlotte Van and Storage. Also, you can read customers testimonials or write a review yourself about the company and the service you got.

Afterwards we recommend you to do the following:

Do your Inventory list, It’s never been easier! remember, knowing the overall weight of your belongings it’s important.

Visit our YouTube channel and watch our helpful informative videos. Don’t forget to follow our moving checklist and to read our helpful moving tips.

How To Pack Before Moving:

213 Verbena St Charlotte , NC 28217

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What to do before my move day?

According to our moving processmany things, we recommend reading the article how to relocate during COVID-19 2020 in our blog and then as indicated below:

Organize your belongings, donate or sell unusable items. Save some space on the truck which will save you money.

Cancel your utilities bills, save some money and not pay for cable, satellite, internet or any other unused services.

Order packaging materials in advance. The price will be much cheaper than to buy it from the movers.

Read our move guide, FAQ section and our moving blog.

Print out our moving checklist and keep it handy.


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