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Moving to Atlanta? Know the Right Moving Company

Every year, more than 36 million people in the US move to a new city. According to a list published by Access Atlanta, the largest percentage of moves are to the city of Atlanta. While Dallas, Phoenix, Orlando, Chicago, Houston and Denver all rank in the top ten, Atlanta has remained the city with the most new arrivals for the last four years.

Because UPS, Delta Air Lines and Equifax are just a few examples of the nearly three dozen Fortune 1000 companies with Atlanta headquarters, you may be in the process of making a move to this thriving city. In order to make your move go as smoothly as possible, it’s important to work with a moving company that can safely transport all of your belongings.

Since many moving companies only operate within the city of Atlanta, you may be concerned about how you’re going to get from another part of the country. Fortunately, Atlanta Peach Movers has you covered. For more than 20 years, we’ve not only helped people move throughout the Atlanta area, but we’ve also handled countless moves to and from the state of Georgia.

While our ability to successfully move you to Atlanta from any part of the country is one reason we believe we’re the best moving company for your needs, it’s just one of the numerous benefits we provide. Here’s a look at what else we can do to make your move a success:

The Best Equipment in the Industry

We have a large fleet of quality trucks and trailers. Thanks to the size of our fleet, 98% of our long distance customers have exclusive use of their moving truck or trailer. Not only is there almost never a need to share a shipment, but we use an advanced communication and GPS system to keep tabs on the status of your belongings at all times.

We Only Hire the Best Atlanta Moving Professionals

Unlike companies that operate by using temporary labor to handle moves, we hire full-time professionals. With 150 employees and counting, every member of our team goes through an

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