We are the premier local moving company for the entire Atlanta, Ga. area including it’s surrounding counties. We have 31 foot straight trucks that will usually handle most local moves. All of our vehicles are year 2000 or newer.
In 2008 – 2010, NetMove was awarded as one of only 2 moving professional service companies in all Metro Atlanta, Ga. from Home Services Review as Top Moving Company. It’s a testimony to our commitment to our customers. We take great pride in their appearance by having them washed every 2 weeks.
All NetMOVE trucks come with the following:
- 9’2 inch inside height for maximum loading
- Logistic tracks for easy tie downs
- 31 foot of cargo space= maximum capacity
- 3 types of dollies
- Floor Coverings
- 3 doors for easy access
- newer models= on time arrivals and delivery
- Shrink-Wrap for all upholstery
- Premium Moving Quilts and Blankets
- Tie-down straps to keep load from shifting
“Our move was a little different than most . We had two homes moving into one with 3 different moves. The process was easy. Greg came to our home and gave us a written professional packet with all the options and details. He was there for us through the whole process! The crew was fun to work with. They were professional and most of all we had the same crew for all three moves. They knew what went where because they remembered our homes. I have praised your company to ALL my friends and referred you to them. On a scale of 1-10 ….10 being the best I would give you a 100. If I ever move again I will use your company but I love my new home so I hope not to move:) Thank you again for a job well done!!!!!” -Ashley and Craig Conner
“We learned of Netmove from a relative who moved to DC. He reported wonderful service. Our local move was also a great experience. The crew carefully wrapped and moved our furniture and boxes with no damage or problems to storage with Netmove. We expect the same service in December when we occupy our new house.” -Roger and Becky Sloan
House Keeping- To Do List
One Month Before Moving
- Fill out Change of Address from Post Office
- Fill out IRS change of Address Form
- Make arrangements with moving company or reserve moving truck
- Make travel arrangements, if necessary, with airlines, buses, car rental agencies and hotels
- Transfer memberships in churches, clubs and civic organizations
- Obtain medical and dental records, e-rays and prescription histories. Ask doctor and dentist for referrals and transfer prescriptions.
- Set up bank account in new city
- Check into the laws and requirements of your new city regarding home-based business, professional tests, business licenses and any special laws that might pertain to you.
- Take inventory of your belongings before they’re packed, in the event you need to file an insurance claim later. If possible, take pictures or video tape your belongings. Record serial numbers of electronic equipment.
- Make arrangements for transporting pets
- Start using-up food items, so that there is less to pack and possibly spoil.
One to Two Weeks Before Moving
- Switch utility services to new address. Inform electric, disposal, water, newspaper, magazine subscription, telephone and cable companies of your move.
- Arrange for help on moving day
- Confirm travel reservations
- Reserve elevator if moving from condo
- Clean rugs and clothing and have them wrapped for moving
- Plan ahead for special needs of infants
- Close bank accounts and have your funds wired to your new bank. Before closing be sure there are no outstanding checks or automatic payments that haven’t been processed.
- Collect valuables from safe-deposit box. Make copies of any important documents before mailing or hand carry them to your new address.
- Check with your insurance agent to ensure you’ll be covered through your homeowner’s or renter’s policy during the move.
- Defrost freezer and refrigerator. Place deodorizer inside to control odors.
- Give a close friend or relative your travel route and schedule so you may be reached if needed.
On Moving Day
- Rule # 1: DO NOT DISCONNECT PHONE-it is very important not to cancel phone service until after we move you out. If we need to call you to confirm the day before or morning of the move, you need to keep phone connected.
- Double check closets, drawers, shelves, attic and garage to be sure they are empty
- Carry important documents, currency and jewelry yourself, or use registered mail.
Arriving at your New Home
- Renew your driver’s license, auto registration and tags
- Shop around for new insurance polices, especially auto coverage.
- Revise your will and other legal papers to avoid longer probate and higher legal fees
- Locate the hospitals, police stations, veterinarian and fire stations near your home.