Mini Moves and More, Inc. was founded in late 2003 by Owner and President, Gregory Pavao, and later incorporated in 2005.
Greg started the company after graduating college and wanting to provide a better solution for people who didn’t need a larger moving company. Today, Mini Moves and More, Inc. offers an array of services that the larger companies were not able to provide due to their minimum charges. Greg worked for a local company during high school and college and noticed there was a need for a company that provided a fair price for a smaller move. When Greg started Mini Moves and More, Inc. his main goal was to help out people that needed jobs of all sizes, whether moving one piece across town or rearranging a living room.
With every job, Greg and and the team at Mini Moves and More, Inc. strive to earn your trust and to exceed your expectations by providing affordable, reliable, timely and professional moving services.
The business is family operated and every employee of the company is either a personal friend, a referral from a personal friend, or a relative of the owner. Most importantly, our trained movers are punctual, professional, presentable and personable.
Mini Moves and More, Inc.’s philosophy proved to be a success and we now have several trucks and a large crew of movers. We still maintain the same culture while providing our core service of moving “Across the Room” but we can now send out a whole crew to help you move “Across the State”.
Mini Moves and More, Inc. is based in Arlington, MA and we are proud of our commitment to the Arlington community which includes annual donations of time, labor, furniture and use of vehicles to local organizations serving the less fortunate, including: The Children’s Room, Arlington Housing, Somerville Homeless Coalition, Somerville Elderly Services and we regularly service several local Assisted Living communities.
Mini Moves and More, Inc. is also fully licensed and insured.
Thanks for taking your time to read this and I hope we can help you with your moving needs.