CHARLOTTE – Charlotte real estate is booming, and nobody knows that better than Tripp Moore, owner of Two Men And A Truck Of Greater Charlotte. Located at 3653 Trailer Drive in Charlotte, this locally-owned franchise has the national support and systems of the Lansing, MI, headquarters. Two Men And A Truck Of Greater Charlotte has over a 90% referral rate with a team of dedicated full-time employees who strive to support the community.
Tripp Moore and his business partner purchased the Two Men And A Truck franchise in 2020. He had worked for the company throughout his college years at Wake Forest University. Knowing the business from the ground up helped him create a franchise whose focus is impeccable customer service and service to the community.
Two Men And A Truck Of Greater Charlotte’s full-time employee team are thoroughly background checked and pass drug tests. They are local to their service area, which includes Charlotte, Lancaster, Salisbury, and Kings Mountain. In addition, the employees genuinely care about their customers, taking great care of their valuable possessions while packing and moving to the client’s new location.
In addition to traditional moving services, Two Men and A Truck Of Greater Charlotte offers decluttering, packing and crating, junk removal services, box supplies, local and long-distance moving to all 48 contiguous states, and short and long-term storage services.
Moving is the perfect time to work toward minimizing and reducing clutter. By paring down your possessions, you not only free yourself of excess items but also cut down on costs by decreasing the number of boxes needed and the amount of time spent moving your items. Two Men And A Truck Of Greater Charlotte is a big proponent of donating unwanted goods to local charities. They partner with Habitat For Humanity, Crisis Assistance Ministries, and Goodwill. These local non-profits provide much-needed housing and clothing to those in need.
Organizing is critical when you’re preparing for a move. Tripp Moore recommends several tips for a smooth move:
- Pack each box securely and tape the top seal shut.
- Label each box with the room it is going to so that the movers get your items exactly where you want them.
- Kids are great helpers, and you can encourage them to pack their items. When it is time for the movers to work, for your child’s safety, please ensure that an adult is watching them. Movers carry heavy items, and looking out for running children can be difficult. Also, ensure pets are secured outside or in crates so they don’t get underfoot.
Be sure to spend extra time in your home’s “hidden” storage areas—namely, the attic, basement, and garage. A good rule of thumb is, “you don’t need it if you haven’t used it in a year.” In addition to the charities that Two Men And A Truck Of Greater Charlotte partners with, they also provide junk removal services for those items that are not re-usable and cannot be donated to a better cause. Having junk removal services on hand decreases the time you would need to spend researching and finding removal services on your own.
Tripp Moore is committed to Charlotte and the surrounding areas they serve, and Two Men And A Truck Of Greater Charlotte takes part in several community service projects. One of their current projects is partnering with a non-profit called Classroom Central, which distributes backpacks filled with school supplies to children in need. Two Men And A Truck Of Greater Charlotte delivers those bags using their trucks. So far, they have distributed over 20,000 backpacks throughout Charlotte.
Two Men and A Truck Of Greater Charlotte is a family company, and they treat both their employees and customers like family. Ninety-eight percent of their business comes from word-of-mouth referrals. Two Men And A Truck of Charlotte employees treat their customers, their homes, and their belongings with respect and care for each customer as if caring for a family member. For more information on Two Men And A Truck of Charlotte, please visit their website twomenandatruckcharlotte.com. You can also reach them via phone at (704) 525-0555. Follow their story on social media via Facebook at “Two Men And A Truck Greater Charlotte” or on Instagram @twomenCLT