Atlanta Movers

Mark the Mover Atlanta Movers at (404) 351-0018 not only has 33 years of moving experience, but we have a lot of experience in moving families around Atlanta and around the south eastern United States. Our tariff extends our moving services in 48 states, but the largest number of our household relocations are local and surrounding states like North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama and not just Atlanta but all over Georgia. Georgia, the Peach State, where we do moving to and from Athens, Rome, Villa Ricca, Columbus, Macon, Valdosta, Lake Oconee area, Milledgeville and Savannah. We also move families and furnishing to and from Tybee Island as well as Hilton Head and South Carolina.

Mark the Mover is a full service moving and packing company, with full service storage too. Customers hire Mark the Mover to come in and do packing the day before the big move. We send crews from three to eight packers and plenty of packing materials and the largest collections of plates, models, statuary, sculpture, knick knacks, bric-a-brac, pouperie, pots and pans. china dolls, stuffed panda bears, textbooks, dvds and testtubes are packed with care and boxed for removal. Mark the Mover has a dedicated pack van that you may see around town, a Ford E150 van with power generation, alley lights and the carrying capacity for thousands of pounds of cartons, packing paper, bubble wrap and tape. All the moving and packing supplies needed for a full service packing chore at your Atlanta or Druid Hills Emory or Decatur Home.

Our Mark the Mover packing van is also colorfully painted with a blue and white Mark the Mover wrap. These days, instead of painting a van, vinyl wraps are printed at printing companies and shipped to application companies that work much like the tinted glass folk, carefully gluing the vinyl wrap to every square inch of the vehicle to be wrapped. Thus the Mark the Mover moving van, which we bought used out in the country near a rural airport, was then brought back to Atlanta and wrapped up in a vinyl wrap. That is how it became our packing materials van. Funny, how are van got wrapped, and now we use it to carefully wrap and pack all our customers valuable and fragile china.

But back to the moving and relocation services we offer for Atlanta Households. Of course we serve not only Virginia Highlands and Decatur, Emory neighborhoods like Druid Hills and Toco Hills and Moirningside and Brookhaven, Mark the Mover  sends their moving companies trucks and vans all around the Atlanta area inside and outside of the perimeter. So if you are in Brookhaven, Morningside, Druid Hills or Decatur Georgia and are looking for a full service moving company with a really cool pack van, as well as over a dozen 25,000 pound gross vehicle weight local delivery trucks, also brightly wrapped in the Mark the Moverr blue and white logo and lettering all wating for your call. Call early though, as we are very busy. Mark the Mover is usually booked a week in advance during the summer months or on weekends, so book early.

Moving customers moving mid month or mid week have a better chance of last minute booking with Mark the Mover. There are always cancellations, so call Mark the Mover and see if we can reserve a moving crew to help with your household relocation today.

Movers Atlanta

Smart Atlanta movers often have a moving company in mind when there comes a time to choose among moving companies. Mark the Mover, Inc. is often the first choice in moving companies for lawyers, doctors, accountants and professionals of every stripe and genus.

As a locally owned and operated Atlanta small business, Mark the Mover has taken greater care over the years to protect their reputation. We have moved hundreds of households of every kind, and achieved some of the highest satisfaction rankings in the industry.

When choosing moving companies, not everyone has the same number of worries. The college student just out of the dormitory has fewer worries than a couple with a lifetime of collecting antiques. For many people relocating their household, they want to make the smart moving decision.

That’s why smart Atlanta movers move with Mark the Mover, Inc. when choosing moving companies.

Atlanta Movers

Mark the Mover is the most established and reputable moving company in Atlanta. We may not be the biggest, but 33 years ago we were not the first, either. Mark started moving his friends and neighbors in his pick-up truck. Mark strove to offer his small cadre of customers excellent service and he never let them down by being late or missing an important moving day appointment.

Years later, Mark the Mover is a grown up company. Our only pickup truck is primarily used by our estimator because it is easy on the gas. Our fleet of local delivery trucks range from 24 to 30 feet long. We have a mix of tailgate trucks and standard moving van trucks that we use with a ramp. We stock every truck with a complement of 4 wheelers, 2 wheelers, moving blankets and shrink wrap.

Atlanta Movers

Atlanta households have depended on a little moving company for more than three decades called Mark the Mover and just a phone call away at (404) 351-0018. Mark the Mover is dedicated to serving household relocations in Atlanta and the surrounding suburbs with a coordinated and convenient moving experience.

Relocation of a household, an office move or corporate relocation are all handled seamlessly from start to finish by Mark the Mover Atlanta Movers. We address and focus on the customers’ needs and offer moving and storage services plus provide commercial services ranging from relocation to warehousing and distribution in addition to specialty transportation and crating and banding for LTL shipping.

Our range of services are tailored to meet our customer requirements, and our mission is to provide a quality service and to meet your expectations. As your full service mover, we are coordinated and convenient, dependable and hard working. We offer full-service packing and custom crating services to storage and shipping. We crave your satisfaction and our professionals go above and beyond to complete the contracted experience when and where and as quickly as our hard working professional crews can go. We seek to complete the job and final arrangements of furnishings and unpacking are not a problem, once the minimum hourly charges are reached, a state licensed mandate the minimum is, we bill in fifteen minute increments, so you don’t have to worry about going over a little bit and getting charged a whole lot.

Local moving around Atlanta and long distance moving around Georgia and the south eastern United States are all no problem for Mark the Mover. We are not the largest moving company from Georgia, but we offer the best service. We will manage your local and long distance move. We are not a van-line agents, and as such will not burden you with a wide range of estimated delivery dates. We leave for you destination as soon as the furniture and household is loaded on our trucks, and the same crew that loaded you will meet you at the destination as quickly as our trucks can legally be driven by DOT regulations to the destination. FMCSA limits drivers to ten hours of driving at a time, so most moves in the south east will be unloaded the next day. This is generally a little more than the van-lines do for you, and costs more, so it is up to you to decide if you can wait a couple weeks for your household goods, or if it is easier to get it all done as quickly as possible.

Mark the Mover uses modern moving trucks and technologies with plenty of pads, two-wheelers and four wheelers plus other contemporary equipment and resources necessary for efficiency. At Mark the Mover we have a wide array of experience meeting moving and storage needs. In addition, we also offer commercial services for our corporate customers that are relocating offices, we are competitively priced, efficient, flexible and dependable which is why households relocating all over the south east looking for Atlanta Movers find Mark the Mover to be the best combination of a reliable company at a fair price.

Alpharetta Movers deserve good moving companies

At Mark the Mover, located near midtown Atlanta, we will be glad to come up to help you with your household moving project in Alpharetta Ga. But most of all, we want to make sure our friends and neighbors in Alpharetta get a square deal in their local and long distance moving project.

We have long recommended that consumers who are hiring moving companies for the first time in their life, and want to learn about the moving industry use the web site – These people started a forum on moving because one of them learned that there are moving companies that should not have been trusted in the moving industry. It is with deep regret that I even mention that, but the fact is, anyone with a truck can pose as a moving company. At Mark the Mover, we have even gotten bad reviews from people who thought they were using Mark the Mover, but they were dealing with a guy that faked some of our letterhead! So, we get burned too, and it just isn’t right.

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Moving Companies Near Duluth Ga

Folks looking for a moving company near Duluth Ga often pick Mark the Mover, and they pick us because of recommendations of friends and neighbors. With over three decades of moving company experience in and around Atlanta Mark the Mover has moved a lot of people. At Mark the Mover, our primary marketing focus is on providing a good moving service for our customers.

Mark the Mover gets more customers because they moved with us in the past than for any other reason. This allows us to spend less on advertising and marketing than less established and more desperate moving companies. We also don’t buy leads. If you fill out one of those forms on a website promising a call from up to five different moving companies, don’t expect a call from Mark the Mover. The moving companies that will be calling you simply don’t have the reputation and the number of happy moving customers that we have at Mark the Mover.

Another means that consumers use to find a good moving company is to look for online reviews. Two websites that folks often use are Yelp and Home Reports.

We mention quality when it comes to reviews, because you can’t always believe the reviews. Sometimes companies leave reviews for themselves, so consumers should watch out for that.  Yahoo is the worst for reviews it seems, some companies review themselves in waves. You won’t see a new review for a month or two, and then all of the sudden there are a dozen reviewers just glowing about how great the company was. One trick we use is to take the text of the sentence and search google, and we usually find that the same dripping praise is repeated for dozens of company locations all over the United States. Fat chance of that happening for real.

So the best kind of review, from family or co-worker, is the type of review that works out best for Mark the Mover. Ask around, and we are sure you will find people that were happy with the household relocation services attained from Mark the Mover near Duluth Ga. 

Moving Companies Roswell Ga.

When searching for a reliable moving company, many of our customers find Mark the Mover because of friends, neighbors and co-workers. Anybody that has had a bad experience with moving knows that there is a wide range in the quality of available moving services. Household relocation is a business that we need infrequently, the average American moves only once every seven years. When we are younger, we don’t have as much stuff, and after we acquire more furniture, our household becomes too large to move ourselves.

We also need to consider our health and the liabilities involved in moving ourselves. If someone is hurt, or damage occurs to the apartment we are moving out of occurs, we don’t really carry the kind of insurance needed to cover a large problem. Sure, if a wall is scratched the cost is small and we can apply some paint and plaster. But damage to floors, doors and windows can get expensive quickly, and only a reputable insured moving company can be trusted to cover your back in these instances.

In order to find that company we can trust, more and more people are turning to the internet, and two places in particular have a lot of information for moving customers near Roswell, Georgia, and Alpharetta and Johns Creek. First there is, very popular in Atlanta with lots of ratings for Atlanta moving companies in addition to restaurants and other service companies. Other consumers use Yelp, the Angie thing and these are good ways to see the kind of feedback a business has received.

Moving to Fulton County

Fulton County is large, running from the North, which is the old Milton County districts including Johns Creek and Sandy Springs down through Buckhead, which is expensive, Midtown, Downtown and on the south end is the old Fulton County Stadium area which includes the Atlanta Braves Turner Field. Moving your household to Atlanta and staying in Fulton County gives you a wide range of options.

Areas improving rapidly include midtown and the southwest Virginia Highland and Little Five Points Areas. You really have to hunt for bargains, as for example in prime real estate areas of the largely residential Virginia Highland district (west of Moreland Ave. is Fulton County) land can range from less than $100k to over a million per acre, depending on which block it is on.

If you do not need to live in the city, North Fulton, as well as Gwinnett and Cobb Counties offer affordable apartment living on the Northern Perimeter. On the other hand, if by ‘still in school’ you are considering Georgia State U., you should look at West Dekalb County along Interstate 20. Again, along Moreland Avenue there are some still attractively priced but rapidly improving areas.

Although Mayor Shirley Franklin (since term limited out) was attempting to increase the residential populations in the downtown area housing there is not readily available as it is in midtown or east of downtown and midtown. Also, downtown Atlanta has a vagrancy problem akin to other cities. Crime generally decreases, and grade school quality improves as you go north in Fulton County.

Largish apartments start around $1350, but in North Fulton there may be some bargains, and there are for sure some better deals in Gwinnett and Cobb counties.

One hip new area is Atlantic Station. Very close to Georgia Tech University, it is also rapid transit accessible with Georgia State University. The down side is that housing here jumps almost 50% higher in cost, but it might be a good starting point. There is parking included with most apartments, but your parking space may be somewhat of a hike from your front door.

The subway covers a good bit of Fulton County north to south. From Atlantic Station, you can hike or take a shuttle to the Marta (subway) station at their Arts Center station. On a nice day you would skip the shuttle and take a nice urban 1/2 mile walk.

Marta also goes through the Northside / St. Joseph hospital district, which, if that is a career path you fit into, offers tons of employment. It continues up to Sandy Springs and Dunwoody, which are another possible place to live. You will find less expensive housing in Sandy Springs and if you can work the health sciences jobs, this is a definite place to look. Upscale Sandy Springs apartments can run $1600 a month, very roomy, usually over 1100 square feet.

Less trendy and less convenient apartments north of the hospital district (two bedroom) can be as little as $1100 a month.

Jobs. Buckhead features a lot of financial jobs, Midtown and downtown are full of lawyers, and there are banking jobs in Downtown, Midtown, Atlantic Station and Buckhead. Software careers are abundant further north, starting in Sandy Springs but getting really varied north of Marta in Roswell and Alpharetta Georgia.

Back in the city, science and University jobs constantly available from Georgia Tech, Georgia State University, Emory University, Center for Disease Control and Oglethorpe just to name a few. CDC positions, with the proper credentials can start in excess of 50k, so with two of you working it would make ends meet quite well.

In short, Fulton County, north to south really consists of five major city centers, the sprawling and bland Alpharetta / Roswell tech district, the perimeter/hospital district, Buckhead, Midtown and Downtown Atlanta. Along the fringes of those areas are some out of reach expensive areas and some hidden treasures.