Decatur Ga, Clarkston, Winona Park, Agnes Scott and Emory Campus.
Moving customers who are about to hire a Decatur Georgia moving company usually look for a trusted and reputable moving company to meet their household relocation needs. Moving companies can scream and holler about their moving services, but the consumer is more interested in what people thought about a moving company than the amount of advertising done. That’s why one quiet and steady moving company gets so many moving engagements from previous customers and the referrals of friends and family.
Mark the Mover has been an Atlanta moving company for more than three decades. Starting in Virginia Highland, Mark and his friends using his pickup truck started moving neighbors and by word of mouth built a moving company that has grown to be one of the largest locally owned and operated Atlanta moving companies. Atlanta movers have three large locally owned moving companies to choose from, but when you ask your co-workers and neighbors about their experience moving, you will likely here good reviews about Mark the Mover.
We believe in internet Kharma. It may sound crazy, but if you offer reviews for other consumers, you get more out of reviews from other consumers. We think a lot of Mark the Mover customers must believe in internet Kharma too, because we are lucky that an awful lot of customers have left reviews for Mark the Mover and their pretty good too! Nobody can have a perfect record, especially when your relocated thousands of households in Decatur Georgia and all around Atlanta, but we think we are very fortunate to have a high rating. This is like free advertising for Mark the Mover. And rather than having to spend a lot of money on expensive advertising, we can concentrate on what we’ve always done and that is to provide the best moving services for our moving customers.
So if you are looking for moving companies near Decatur, Ga, we hope you will consider using Mark the Mover, for our well dressed and professional crews, big clean trucks, and our long reputation of excellent service.
Chamblee, incorporated by the Georgia legislature on August 17, 1908 in DeKalb County.
Perhaps the 1885 petition for the U.S. Postal Service at Roswell Junction. The U.S.P.S. did not want Roswell Junction, because of nearby city of Roswell, and picked “Chamblee” from the list of petitioners. The Chamblee selected was an African-American railroad worker. In another version, the Chamlee’s founded the town. Chamblee has been known for dairies, railroads and the military. The Norfolk Southern Railroad and the Roswell Railroad cross in Chamblee. In 1917, Chamblee’s dairy land was turned into Camp Gordon. The new military base grew with 1,200 buildings and became home to 40,000 military personnel.
After World War I the military decommissioned Camp Gordon only to reestablish it in 1941 as a Navy Flight Training Center. Lawson Veterans Hospital was added, specializing in amputees to use prosthetic limbs. After World War II, General Motors opened their plant in neighboring Doraville. Corporations like Frito-Lay and Kodak built plants and provided a strong tax base and employment.
Since the 1980’s, the International Village overlay was the first zoning in metro Atlanta for mixed-use development and pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods. The City received a multi-million dollar redevelopment along Buford Highway the International Village area for it’s effort. The City also protected the historic downtown now nationally recognized as Antique Row.
Avondale Estates Mover- in DeKalb County, Georgia, United States, population 2,700
Founded in 1924 by George Francis Willis, Avondale Estates was once called Ingleside and Willis wanted to create a planned community. Named after Stratford-upon-Avon, England, birthplace of Shakespeare, it has a Tudor look driving through from 285 to Decatur on 278. Features include Lake Avondale, a High School, Middle School and Grade School. Museum School of Avondale Estates is a Georgia Charter School opened in 2010.
At two acres, Avondale Lake is a pond with benches and a park frequented by geese moving south in the winter and north in the summer. From Covington Road, look for Lakeshore Drive just east of Avondale Estates First Baptist Church and Avondale Elementary School.