My Guys Moving & Storage in Sterling, Virginia
Are you looking for a dependable and honest moving and storage company to help you move in Sterling, Virginia? If so, the moving experts at My Guys Moving & Storage will get the job done right. With more than 25 years of moving and storage experience, we have the knowledge and expertise to deliver a stress-free move. We’re preferred movers in Sterling, VA because we have the right tools and emphasize efficient, courteous customer service.
We Specialize In:
Commercial Moves – We will move your office with very little interruption to your overall work flow. We know that you have important work to do, and we want to get you back to doing it.
Residential Moves – No local or long-distance move is too much for My Guys Moving & Storage. As an interstate agent of Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, we have access to the Stevens network, which makes each move simple and stress-free.
Storage – We have a large, climate-controlled warehouse that is perfect for all of your storage needs. Whether you’re looking for long or short-term options, we’ve got it covered.
Declutter – Our comprehensive declutter service is perfect for getting organized before and after your move. While decluttering, remember that My Guys Moving & Storage always accepts canned goods to donate to the Central Virginia Food Bank on your behalf.
45726 Elmwood Ct.
Sterling, Va 20166
We proudly serve Sterling, VA and the rest of Loudon County.
Sterling is located near the northern tip of the state and is a small city, having less than 30,000 residents as of the 2010 census. Sterling is home to the Sterling Field Support Center, where weather instruments are researched, tested and evaluated for the National Weather Service.
Claude Moore Park occupies 357 acres in Sterling and includes three main areas. Claude Moore Recreation Center contains an Olympic-size indoor pool, a children's pool, an exercise area and gymnasium. The sportplex includes baseball and softball fields and the nature area has hiking trails. The last known undeveloped section of the historic Vestal's Gap Road also runs across the park. George Washington used the road to travel between Mount Vernon and the western frontier.