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Corrigan Moving Systems provides unmatched dedication and service to Plymouth, MI local & long distance moving customers. Founded in 1929, Corrigan Moving has helped families in Michigan and the Midwest move to their new homes easily and effectively. Our employees bring their expertise in moving to their neighbors as a Plymouth moving company and have been doing so since 1929. Fourth generation member of this family-owned business and General Manager Kevin Corrigan oversees the nuances of every household move. If you need a professional Plymouth mover comprised of experienced move experts that will treat packing and transporting your belongings with the greatest of care, contact Corrigan today.
Our Plymouth, MI movers are unique compared other moving companies. Each of our professional movers is dedicated to providing the best moving experience possible—from the first call from a mover until the last box is unpacked. If you need packing or moving assistance in the Plymouth area, please contact us for a free quote. We are more than happy to help in any way we can.
Plymouth, MI Local Moving Services
Local movers in and around Plymouth count on Corrigan Moving Systems. From complete professional moving services to local storage facilities, we are your complete local move company. From a full-service move to only moving the big items, whatever your moving needs, you can trust Corrigan Moving Systems.
Plymouth, MI Long Distance Moving Services
Interstate move in your future? Contact Corrigan Moving Systems. Our professional long distance moving services are as complete as our local service. As a United Van Lines agent, we coordinate with the most reputable network of long distance movers across the country and we will guide you through every step of the way.
Corrigan Moving Systems is also a proud recipient of the 2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award. This award is given only to the top 5% of service providers in any category, proving that Corrigan truly is the best of the best.
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