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2060 N Kolmar Ave., Chicago, IL 60639

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Winners from
2010 - 2013

Gallery, Exhibit, and Fine Art Movers in Chicago IL


Moving Your Gallery: Antique and Fine Art Movers in Chicago, IL

The valuable pieces in your gallery or exhibit need a gentle touch and specialized equipment to successfully make a move. Our experienced, professional fine art and antique movers in Chicago, IL, prepare and move pieces with care.

It only takes one call to coordinate your high-profile move. We'll put you in contact with your own personal representative to organize the details from start to finish. Our fine art movers in Chicago, IL, will customize your moving plan to meet your needs.

Expert Movers with a Careful Touch

We'll give you white glove service starting with special handling instructions then cautious packing. Our expert handlers and drivers receive training so they'll handle your precious cargo with care. Whether your items are crated, uncrated, padded, or loose, our technicians' experience get your items to their destination safely.

Once your items have successfully arrived, you can inspect them to ensure no damage occurred. We also place the object in its final resting place to minimize damage after it is out of the protective covering of the packaging.

Climate-Controlled Storage

If you need to store your delicate items for a while, our 100,000 square foot warehouse can keep your largest and smallest items safe. Our warehouse is climate-controlled, clean, and secured to protect your art or antiques from damage.

More About Your Sensitive Move

Contact us to learn more about how we can customize your experience to protect your valuables. Our full line-up of specialized equipment and logistical services will make this your easiest move.

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