All the movers did a great job. Great workers! Very nice! We really appreciate them. Thank you and God bless them!
They were all wonderful. Thank you for an awesome moving experience. They were all extremely nice to my 7 year old son who kept wanting to “help”.
Eric and Daniel were great! They were nice and courteous. Very thankful they helped w/ my move.
Alex and Kenny did an outstanding job in delivering and unloading my daughter’s furniture. They were very courteous and professional.
I will recommend them to everyone who is moving. As a matter of fact, I already have. They did an excellent job. Very friendly and professional. Best move we have […]
We had a very stressful transition and move from the old to new residence. The only part that went smoothly was using Mayflower movers, everyone from Mayflower did a wonderful […]
They were an awesome team!! We have children and they were there, they made the move so easy for them. Such amazing men!!!
The entire crew was courteous and helpful. They worked extremely hard and had a great sense of urgency / humor.
Will always call for any moving needs – quality. All people are wonderful and pleasent, I appreciate the customer courtesy and the attention to details. Awesome!
Things You’ll Want to Know About Lexington Before You Move
Safeway Moving and Storage is you Lexington Moving Company. If you’re planning on moving to Lexington – Fayette, we hope this list will help you.
19 things you’ll want to know before you move to Lexington
- Forbes lists Lexington-Fayette as the 31st best place for business and Careers. Confused by the name? Lexington is the actual city and Fayette is the county. When you’re talking about Lexington-Fayette, it’s the entire metroolitan area.
- Lexington is a great place to raise a family. It ranked number 6 in Children’s Health Magazine and according to most statistics 40% of its population get bachelor’s degrees or higher.
- It is also the home of the University of Kentucky, The University of Transylvania and Bluegrass Community and Technical College.
- Lexington is full of people who care about the city. “Keep Lexington Beautiful” and “Live Green Lexington” are two slogans we hope you’ll live by.
- Farmers Markets are Plentiful in Lexington. You have no excuse for not eating fresh organic veggies and buying local art.
- Goods Food Market is a coop style grocery that specializes in selling locally grown organic food and supporting hundreds of local Kentucky farmers and business owners.
- July 4th holiday has been known to last a week.
- Blue Nation will capture your heart. Lexington citizens are Wildcat fans through and through. No matter what the sport is, you’re cheering for Wildcats!
- Lexington takes pride in hosting unique festivals and one of kind events like the Thriller Parade in October where 1000 of zombie like characters walk the streets.
- The Kentucky Crawfish Festival is a popular event featuring a semi-full of crawfish from Louisiana. Don’t worry – there is plenty of Cajun cuisine to tempt your taste buds if you don’t like crawfish.
- The Bluegrass Festival is the largest in the state. Plan to come and hear some great music. Don’t worry besides Bluegrass, there are lost of other music events to hear something different.
- Wanting something a little more refined? Lexington is home to 2 ballet companies, a professional theatre group, a pro orchestra and a fantastic opera program at UK.
- Lexington Is the Horse Capital of The World. From acres and acres of horse farms to horse museums and 2 horse race tracks you will find we don’t horse around when it comes to our horse legacy.
- Lexington is home to hundreds of local restaurants and diners. You can find southern cuisine, BBQ and just about anything you might want. Ask around and you’ll soon learn there isn’t enough room to list the local favorites.
- Lexington is a rich city with many museums and historical buildings. You can enjoy learning about the plantation era and the civil war in some of our most beautiful historical estates like the Hunt-Morgan House and military museum or the Mary Todd Lincoln House.
- There are miles and miles of trails in Lexington. If you want to walk, run or ride a bike there are plenty of places to see and things to do. Make sure you check out Red River Gorge, McConnell Springs, and the Legacy Trail.
- Enjoy taking your horse, dog or kids to Masterson Station Park. This is a unique equestrian park with a giant playground and fenced off areas for your dogs.
- You will find Lexington is one of the most beautiful places on earth. You can spend literally days touring the downtown district on foot or bike and months riding through on the Bluegrass driving trail stopping to see all the sites and grabbing a bite to eat at unique restaurants throughout the countryside. Windy Corner Market is one of those places off the beaten path but worth the drive if you’re looking for an adventure in horse country.
- The last thing you’ll want to know before you move to Lexington is that the people there are friendly and passionate. They support each other and local business and enjoy making and keeping Lexington the great city that it is.
If you are moving to Lexington, call Safeway Moving and Storage a locally owned moving company that can provide you with everything you need for your move. We are a local Mayflower agent with the resources to move anyone, anywhere. Call today for a few estimate. We would also be happy to help you by answering questions about the area if we can and providing logistics for your move.
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