February 25, 2011
February 24, 2011
Movers, Moving Company, Local, Long Distance, Family Owned, Relocation Services, Storage, Chicago, Bloomingdale, Glendale Heights, Carol Stream, Oak Brook, Barrington, Downer’s Grove, Lisle, Woodridge, Addison, Schaumburg, Elk Grove, Suburbs, City
Looking to move? Advanced Moving & Storage is family owned and operated company that has been servicing the Chicagoland area for over 15 years. Our movers and highly skilled and trained in order to best take care of your moving needs. Along with moving your belongings, we also specialize in storing them. Our warehouse is a climate controlled storage facility where we can assure you that all of your items are wrapped and crated properly. Please feel free to call our offices at 630-790-2500 and one of our friendly and informative office staff will assist you in any questions you may have. Please also feel free to visit our website at www.chicagomoving.com and fill out a quote form. One of our office employees will get back to you in a matter of no time. Happy moving!
February 11, 2011
Chicago, Snow, Weather, Moving, Suburbs, Movers, Advanced, Relocation, Storage, Experience
Another day of snow in Chicago, and many people wish nothing more than to stay inside. Well, at Advanced Moving & Storage, we keep on trucking! With over 15 years of experience in the business, a little bad weather doesn’t scare us. For anyone that lives in Chicago you know that we can expect this weather well in March and sometimes even into April. We’re very well prepared and keep in mind that taking care of our customers is first on our list of priorities. All of your belongings are wrapped and packed properly, and secured onto one of our trucks. Let our movers take care of all your moving needs while you relax and enjoy being stress-free on a day like today. Give us a call at 630-790-2500 or visit our website at www.chicagomoving.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
February 9, 2011
Moving Company, Chicago, Suburbs, Advanced, Storage Facility, Local, Long Distance, International, Movers
Advanced Moving & Storage is a licensed, Better Business Bureau company that is dedicated to keeping their customers happy. Chicago, along with many of the surrounding states, was recently just hit with one of the biggest storms to ever come through the midwest. The blizzard unfortunately hindered most of the travel in and out of the city. However, Advanced refused to shut down business because they knew they had customers waiting on their belongings. While much of the business world was on hold, Advanced made a conscious effort to push through and make their deliveries on time. The company is well prepared for any weather that we may get here in Chicago. There are always surprises, and we make sure that we are ready for them. If you are looking to move in this chilly weather, feel free to give us a call at 630-790-2500, or visit us at www.chicagomoving.com. Our staff will be more than happy to assist you. Stay warm Chicago!
February 8, 2011
February 4, 2011
Chicago Moving, Advanced Moving & Storage, Local, Long Distance, Commercial, Residential, Glendale Heights, Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Naperville, Downers Grove, Oakbrook, Lombard, Woodridge, Schaumburg, Barrington, Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Advanced Moving & Storage is a family owned and operated business. Located in Glendale Heights, we offer local and long distance moving services to any and all states. To go along with moving, we also offer storage services where your belongings are kept right in our warehouse, crated and temperature controlled. We are known to offer some of the best rates in all of Chicago, as well as excellent customer service. All employees agree that customer satisfaction is one of the most important aspects of their job. Our friendly office staff will be more than happy to answer any questions thats you may have. Call 630-790-2500 to speak to someone today. Or check us out at Chicagomoving.com and fill out a quote form. One of our office representatives will get back to you as soon as possible.
February 3, 2011