McKinney Moving Company | McKinney Texas Movers
Mighty Movers are here to help.
We are here to meet all of your moving needs, whether local or long-distance. No job is too big or small. As professionals, we know that moving can be a chaotic time for anyone, but we have the expertise to make sure that you’re served, no matter what your needs are. Your life will be easier with our team on your side. Even though we service several cities in the DFW area, we are certainly proud to be a McKinney moving company.
We’re proud to serve the McKinney community, and it’s a great one! As recently as 2007 it was ranked as the second-fastest growing city in the country, among cities with more and 100,000 people, and in 2008 it ranked third: if you’re moving here, you won’t be the only one! In July 2010, McKinney made Money Magazine’s list of best places to live, at No. 5 in the nation. So as our staff helps you move in the McKinney area, you know that you’re in the right place.
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 a McKinney 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 from you! Be sure to request a free quote right here!
Here are some helpful links in the McKinney area:
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What’s happening in McKinney?
Read below to find out about what’s going on in McKinney today!
- Working for the weekend: Comedy at the Courthouse offers mid-week comic relief
"Happy Hump Day!" Those who loathe that phrase and have a hard time getting over the last push to Friday might want to consider seeking some solace at the McKinney Performing Arts Center.
- Final nails: McKinney High School teacher retiring after 39 years
A man who's spent his life teaching others to build homes will soon leave a place he's called home for 39 years.
- Two men found dead in Fairview
Two Fairview men were found shot to death in their home Friday, Fairview Police Chief Granver Tolliver told the Dallas Morning News.
- Giving credit where it's due: Volunteer McKinney hosts luncheon to thank local coordinators
Volunteer McKinney on Tuesday treated volunteer managers from nearly two dozen local agencies to lunch as thanks for keeping the workforce behind Collin County nonprofits running.
- Build a home, create a smile: Smiles Charity concert boasts raffles, Radio Disney band
For the sixth year in a row, Smiles Charity has planned its free annual concert around Memorial Day weekend, a fitting date considering its musical event is the fundraising vehicle for building new homes for military veterans.
- McKinney high schoolers named National Merit finalists
Ten McKinney ISD high school seniors have been named National Merit Scholarship finalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). One of them has earned a National Merit $2,500 Scholarship.
- Man Gets 20 Years for McKinney Home Invasion
Peter Anthony Traylor, 25, of Arlington, was sentenced on Tuesday to 20 years in prison for invading the home of his McKinney mother-in-law and assaulting her with a hatchet, announced Collin County District Attorney Greg Willis.
- Community blossoms with gardens: Locals see benefits of growing veggies
McKinney's sense of community is growing stronger thanks to small, shared gardens popping up on both sides of the city.
- Dog days:City continues enhancement at Bonnie Wenk Park
Wondering what's going on with that new park near the intersection of Hardin Boulevard and Virginia Parkway? It's Bonnie Wenk Park, and Phase I of the project is nearly complete. Its first attraction, the dog park, opened late last month.
- McKinney mayor, council member-elect stress continued focus on economic development
Randall (Randy) Pogue will become the newest McKinney City Council member Monday after being elected May 11 to one of two at-large seats.
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