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Dear PoP – Anyone Know of a Good Moving Company?

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“Dear PoP,

I’ll be moving from Park View to Shaw in early March and am looking for a good moving company. I’ve heard good things about Georgetown Moving and Storage and Bookstore Movers, but I wanted to ask PoPville as well. My roommate and I are in a 2BR and have a good amount of heavy furniture (beds, desks, large bookcases and dressers).

Also, I have an upright piano. When I bought it, I used a special piano moving company to get it here. I’d prefer to move everything with the same company, so if any of your readers have had good experiences hiring a regular moving company to move a piano, I’d love to hear about it! I’d like to find a company with reasonable rates, but if there’s anyone really outstanding who costs a little more, I’d rather do that to keep my furniture (especially my piano!) safe.”

Anyone have any recommendations?

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