When you need to store your belongings during a move, you want to be certain that they are safe and secure at all times. That’s why it’s important to screen and carefully select a trusted Sanibel Island moving & storage company.
Though there are many movers from which you can choose, Black Tie Moving is a BBB-accredited business with more than 50 years of experience. Throughout our time in the industry, our commitment to customer satisfaction has helped us to complete over 40,000 successful moves, so you can rest assured that your items are safe with our storage partners.
Safe and Secure Storage Solutions for Sanibel Island
In order to make your life as simple as possible, we pair our storage options with household moving services. This allows us to provide you with a seamless transition and ultimate peace of mind. Whether we are helping with commercial or apartment moving, we always prioritize the safety and security of your warehouse, so we only keep your things in one of the top-rated storage facilities.
One of the biggest advantages of pairing our storage with your residential or office moving services is that you never have to lift a finger. We can take your items directly to the warehouse and deliver them after you are ready to receive them. A few of our other service advantages include:
- Fully Licensed, Insured, & Bonded Teams
- A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau
- Clean Trucks & New Moving Equipment
- Trained & Uniformed Professionals
- Cost-Effective and Scalable Solutions
- No Hidden Fees or Charges
- Convenient Scheduling
- A La Carte, Concierge, and 3rd Party Services
Learn More About Our Storage Company in Sanibel Island
If you are interested in finding out more about our storage rates or terms, then we recommend that you submit your relocation details through our online form. Based on your information, a Black Tie Moving coordinator can provide you with more accurate pricing. You can also call to schedule a consultation with us if you are ready to start planning with our moving & storage company in Sanibel Island.