Moving Company in Pembroke Pines, FL – Pembroke Pines Movers

Pembroke Pines Movers

Looking for moving and storage in the Pembroke Pines area? Are you planning a local, out of state, or international move? Cousins USA Moving & Storage has been in business since 1996, and has the expertise to handle any of your residential or office moving needs in Pembroke Pines.

Clock Tower At Sunset In Pembroke Pines
Clock Tower

by The City of Pembroke Pines used under Public Domain

Sights of Pembroke Pines

Pembroke Pines is a diverse and welcoming city, complete with beautiful public parks, lively entertainment venues, and a wide variety of shopping and dining destinations. Go-to entertainment and performing arts venues in the city include: the Fletcher Art & Culture Center, the Susan B. Katz Theater, and the Studio 18 Gallery, which is a fine art gallery and work space for professional artists. The Studio 18 Gallery features eight exhibits, and also offers art classes and lectures. Pembroke Pines is also home to the Glass Gallery, which hosts six exhibits and features a number of local musicians and artists.

Also located in the city is a 9/11 memorial, created by two local sculptors and featuring a small section of one of the fallen towers.

Movers in Pembroke Pines, FL

For any of your moving and storage needs requiring a professional Pembroke Pines, FL moving company, call on one of South Florida’s most trusted and reliable movers: Cousins USA Moving & Storage. We specialize in all aspects of the moving and storage industry, and together with Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, we will complete your move with unmatched customer service and care. Call us today or complete our form for a free estimate!

Cousins USA proudly serves all Pembroke Pines FL zip codes, including: 33019, 33020, 33022, 33023, 33024, 33025, 33026, 33027, 33028, 33029, 33081, 33082, 33083, 33084, 33330, 33331 and 33332.

 

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Did you know...?

When Is the Best Time of Year to Move?

There isn’t a true answer to this. There are distinct seasons, but you have to decide which is best for you.

The first is summer. This is the busiest season. But there’s a reason it's so busy. For families with kids, this is when school is out and you have more time. For everyone else, this is when the weather is at its best. There also aren’t any major holidays to work around.

While summer is a great time to move, it's difficult. You’ll have to schedule your move in advance and the price could be higher. Planning for a winter move means a simpler moving process.

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