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    Moving Supplies & Equipment - Renting in College Park

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    Business Listing   Integrity Moving Service - College Park, MD - Phone: (301) 345-8507

    Business Listing   Mail Boxes Etc - College Park, MD - Phone: (301) 699-0191

    Business Listing   Move Net Inc - College Park, MD - Phone: (301) 513-0601

    Business Listing   Shurgard Self Storage - College Park, MD - Phone: (301) 937-3723

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    Helpful Definition for: Moving Supplies & Equipment - Renting

    The supplies and equipment needed for moving from one location to another can be rented instead of buying, to save costs. There are several rental companies in College Park which allow renting of the supplies and equipment needed while relocating. The equipment which the rental companies in College Park provide for moving in, include hand trucks, furniture pads, towing equipment, etc.

    The renting of the moving supplies and equipment causes the furniture and other goods to be moved safely and securely. Many companies in College Park provide their rental equipment for moving. The charges taken by these companies depend on the amount of supplies rented. Moving supplies and equipment are rented according to the needs of the individuals relocating.

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