Carrollton Moving Company | Carrollton Texas Movers
Mighty Movers are here to help.
No job is too big or small for our team, whether you’re moving locally or long-distance. Mighty Movers can meet all of your moving needs, whether you’re a business or a family. We know that moving can be a trying time for anyone, but we the experience and expertise to make your move as smooth as possible, no matter what your needs are. With our “might” behind your move, you’ll be in your new home or office more quickly than you expect. Even though we service several cities in DFW, we are proud to be a Carrollton moving company.
We’re proud to serve Carrollton community which prides itself on being centrally located in the Dallas area. This vibrant corporate and residential community has the distinct home advantage because it sits comfortably just north of the city of Dallas, with surrounding suburbs such as Coppell, Valley Ranch, and Addison as neighbors. Businesses and neighborhoods flourish throughout the city’s approximate 37 square miles. The surrounding major highways (George Bush Tollway, Interstate 35, and Interstate 635), three rail freight lines, and Foreign Trade Zone designation ensure continued success and ease of accessibility to the area.
Most local historians believe Carrollton received its name from the hometown of early settlers, who came from Carrollton, Illinois. The name was officially established on May 16, 1878, when the first U.S. Post Office opened in the city. Ever since that time – Carrollton has come a long way in terms of population and modernization. In recent years, we’ve helped many families relocate here for a variety of reasons. After all, we are the best Carrollon moving company around!
With the convenience of being located near the railroads, Carrollton Town Square was developed near the abundant water supply–a creek ran right through the middle of the square. The gazebo in the middle of Carrollton Town Square was built in 1921 and today is the site for concerts by the town band, speeches by political candidates, and Saturday night dances. The Plaza Theater on the square was built in 1949 and still stands today. Additionally, many antique storefronts, cafes, and office tenants occupy the rest of the buildings.
Four independent school districts lie within the city boundaries. The Carrollton/Farmers Branch Independent School District, Lewisville Independent School District, Dallas Independent School District, and Plano Independent School District have schools that fall within the school boundaries of the city of Carrollton.
The Mighty Movers staff is clean-cut, friendly, and helpful, and we want you to be comfortable with us as you move. Take a look at our movers right here. We will quote you customized prices depending on your individual needs and preferences. We have a variety of modern equipment options to fit any move type, and a fleet of trucks available to accommodate your move – big or small. As an Carrollton moving company, we’d love to share our area knowledge with you – from storage options, rental recommendations, or just general information about the area, – we are committed to service your move from beginning to end. When we’re finished, be sure to rate our movers because we know you’ll have great things to say!
We look forward to hearing about your needs! Be sure to request a free moving quote right here!
Here are some helpful links in the Carrollton area:
|City of Carrollton||Carrollton Chamber
|Carrollton Municipal Court|
|Texas Historical Association on Carrollton||Carrollton ISD||Carrollton
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What’s happening in Carrollton?
Read below to find out about what’s going on in Carrollton today!
- C-FB ISD school board runoff June 15; early voting starts June 3
The Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District school board met Tuesday night, canvassed the votes of the May 11 school board election and called a runoff election for 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 15. Early voting will be June 3-11.
- Gala, picnic to celebrate Carrollton Centennial
A Carrollton Centennial Gala is scheduled for Friday night, May 31, and Picnic in the Park for Saturday, June 1, to celebrate Carrolltons centennial.
- LISD winners looking to the future
The Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees will feature two new faces when it meets Monday.
- Schackmann, Galvez expected to be in runoff
Randy Schackmann and Jose G. Galvez were the top vote getters in the May 11 Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District school board election for Place 5.
- Miss America visits area, promoting fundraiser
Mallory Hagan, Miss America 2013, spent Tuesday visiting Wal-Mart stores in Carrollton and Highland Village and a Sam's Club in Lewisville as the national ambassador for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
- Korea vets medals stolen, but replaced by military
When Dayle Kruses home got burglarized last January, several items were taken, but none more important to the owner than the Purple Heart that he had been presented after being wounded in Korea in 1951.
- Early voting to begin; candidates give views at forum
Early voting in the May 11 Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School Board election begins Monday and continues through May 7.
- Hermes new president of Metrocrest Chamber
Lisa Urban Hermes, an award-winning chamber executive, has been named president of the Metrocrest Chamber of Commerce, a strong coalition of business leaders in the Carrollton, Addison and Farmers Branch areas committed to fostering business and education.
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