About us

About the company

We understand that you have many options and choices when it comes to relocating and feel honored that you would allow us to transport your household goods. Whether you’re going across the street, across the state, or up and down the East Coast, it is the goal of our relocation specialists to help our customers plan out and execute every step conceivable in their move, thus reducing stress and ensuring a consummate, professional experience.

Our highly trained and qualified relocation specialists are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your phone calls and are trained to handle any type of situation that may arise. Whether you need to relocate your apartment, condo, house, storage unit, or an entire family, Making Moves of GA looks forward to helping you get the best service at the best possible rate, guaranteed.

A moving team arrives at your job site fully equipped with all necessary tools, packing supplies (if ordered ahead of time), straps, pads, and dollies ready to work.

Moving Tips and Tricks

Find free moving boxes at recycling drop-off points

Don’t fork over your hard-earned money for cardboard boxes. Instead, look for free moving boxes at your local recycling drop-off points. Chances are, you’ll be able to find plenty of cardboard boxes that have been tossed by neighbors.

Reuse original boxes for electronics and appliances

Speaking of moving boxes, don’t forget to reuse your old ones. From the TV to the blender, most electronics and small appliances come delivered in cardboard boxes. If you happen to still have these boxes, we recommend reusing them for the move. Not only does this ensure that your items will fit perfectly in the box, but it also saves you from having to spend money on boxes.

Schedule a donation pick-up for free

Purging heavy furniture, old clothing and other household items? Try scheduling a free donation pick-up with a local charity such as Goodwill, Salvation Army or Habitat for Humanity. Having them pick up your donations will save you from having to haul everything yourself, which means you’ll have more time to focus on the move.

Have lots of water bottles on-hand when moving

Given the sheer number of tasks involved when moving, it’s easy to forget the simple things – like the fact that you and your movers will need a lot of water on moving day (especially during the summer). So come moving day, we recommend bringing a pack of bottled water with you to the new house. Trust us – your movers will thank you.

Bring a door stopper with you

You’ll need to keep the front door open on moving day in order to bring items in and out of the house more easily. You may also need to keep a back door or interior door open throughout the day. To make your life easier, we recommend bringing a door stopper with you to the house on moving day.

Place heavy items in small boxes

While it’s tempting to place heavy items in large boxes, it’s always best to put them inside small boxes instead. Not only will this will make it easier to carry the boxes, but it will also prevent your items from falling out the bottom and breaking the box.