Merrimack Valley Moving Company

Merrimack ValleyThe Merrimack River cuts through the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts to form the bi-state region known as the Merrimack Valley. The residents living along this large waterway depend upon Wakefield Moving & Storage, Inc. for all of their moving and storage needs - near or far. The Merrimack Valley movers can move you within the Merrimack Valley region or beyond to a different region of the United States, and even to a completely new country.

Merrimack Valley Movers

Dependability is one of the qualities the movers in Merrimack Valley possess. We go out of our way to protect your belongings by shrink-wrapping and pad-wrapping your upholstered furniture. With our complete full-service pack you will be left to relax, while we bubble wrap, custom-crate and box items. Not only do we protect your belongings, but we also protect your current and new home with doorway and stairway padding, as well as plastic hall runners to keep your floors clean.

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Residential Movers: Receive exceptional customer service from the movers at Wakefield Moving & Storage, Inc.

Commercial Movers: From furniture installation to records storage, we have every service to complete your commercial move.

Storage: You won't even have to step into our facility; we provide pickup and delivery of your goods from our storage facility.

Specialized Moving: Some items require special packing and custom-crating, which our specialized moving team can complete.

For a cost-efficient move by dedicated Merrimack Valley movers, go with Wakefield Moving & Storage, Inc. Not only do we provide moves for the businesses and residents in Merrimack Valley, but we are the Boston movers with expertise in downtown and suburban moving. To request a free estimate, fill out our quote form online or give us a call today.

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