Nagaunne, MI Movers

Guindon Moving & Storage

The expert movers of Guindon Moving & Storage are well-versed in every aspect of the moving industry. From specialty item moving to scheduled shipping ​or secure storage, our 80 years of assisting the people of Negaunee in their relocations has allowed us to sharpen our skills and make us the most reliable moving company in the area. And as an interstate agent of Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, we're able to extend our services to those who are looking to move across the nation or across the globe, with the same degree of proficiency and personal care that you'd find in a local move.

We Specialize In:

  • Local & long-distance moving
  • Office relocation
  • Long & short-term storage
  • Professional packing
  • International moving

As an interstate agent of Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, Guindon Moving and Storage also offers the following programs to customers moving out of state or internationally:

  • Persistent tracking of information about the move with Stevens online tracking. Written confirmation of all arrangements is documented and at your disposal with the Stevens Online System.
  • Special short-term storage rates during staging while you sell your home.
  • Special residence protection with use of the Stevens Home Protection Kit™.

Locations Served

We proudly serve the residents of Negaunee, Michigan.

Area Landmarks

Negaunee, Michigan is located on the northern side of the state's Upper Peninsula, with a population of over 4,500 people. Founded near the expansive Marquette Iron Range in the 1840s, the town has a deeply-rooted connection to mining culture that persists today with operating mines in production nearby. The histories of previous mining generations are strongly preserved through the exhibits shown at the Michigan Iron Industry Museum. Other places of interest include the Negaunee Historical Museum and the beautiful Teal Lake, which is host to many great water sport activities and yearly celebrations such as the Heikki Lunta Winterfest and the Pioneer Days Festival, held in the winter and summer respectively.