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Moving to Long Lake, Minnesota?
In Minnesota, it’s easy to find a town named after a lake. But there’s only one Long Lake, Minnesota. Prepare you for your move to Long Lake with a Minnesota moving company that knows exactly how to get you to such a prime location with efficiency and ease.
We’re more than just your average Long Lake moving company–we go the extra mile by providing you with resources for staging your current home and finding storage solutions before your new home is ready. Reach out today to learn how we can help make your move to Long Lake much simpler.
Have You Heard of the AAA Advantage?
Our Minnesota movers are uniformed, certified professionals who treat each move as if it was their own. Additionally, our staff consists of caring individuals ready to give you a prompt moving quote and build a Move Plan that works within your needs, wants, limitations, and budget.
Now that you know more about our AAA Advantage, it’s time to put it to use. Read more about our AAA Promise for your move to Long Lake here.
Pro Mover Certification
Are you looking for even more peace of mind? Our team of local movers is honored to be on the list of ProMover certified moving companies, ensuring extra confidence in our professionalism. When you see the iconic “M” logo, you’ll know you and your possessions are in good hands.
Did you know?
During the middle to late 19th century, Long Lake, MN, developed like many other towns. A sawmill was erected (1866), the railroad reached the town (1868), a school district was organized (1869), a general store was started (1870), the Freethinkers Hall was organized (1874), a flour mill was established (1875), and a hotel was added (1875). These institutions were essential elements of early town development in the Upper Midwest.
Helpful Long Lake Moving Resources
Long Lake, MN DIY Moving TIP:
To make for a more efficient move, don’t move empty space. Use every dresser drawer, laundry basket, and suitcase to pack. Not only does this mean you can buy fewer boxes, but you will reduce the risk of running out of room during the move.