Antique Moving, Gastonia, NC

We take antique moving very seriously because we understand the value of an antique depends on its condition.

While you might not be all that concerned about the finesse of movers assisting you with budget furniture, when it comes to dealing with your high-end items, such as electronics and antiques, you want the best. That is what you’ll get when you call on us at Ashe Van Lines Moving & Storage. With us, antique moving is accomplished with extreme care and attention. We are equipped with the best materials to encase your delicate antiques, as well as the heavy, cumbersome items that also need specialized care to keep safe from harm.

Antique Moving in Gastonia, North Carolina

We look at each of your antique items thoroughly to develop a plan for moving them safely so no harm at all comes to them. That means no dents, no scratches, and no damage of any kind. In some cases, antique moving can involve disassembling part of the piece. We handle that very carefully and package up the screws and other parts with great care, as we know that sometimes these pieces are nearly impossible to replace. Once we reach your destination, we then reassemble so it looks exactly as it did before.

Our antique moving service is just like all our other moving services in that we are able to customize a plan that suits your needs. For example, if you have one or more pieces that you are giving to a family member, we can deliver those antiques to them and the rest to your final destination in Gastonia, North Carolina.

We understand that a big part of the value of antiques relates to their condition, so we take our antique moving service very seriously to preserve that value. Whether you need this service as a stand-alone service or in conjunction with a full or partial move, don’t hesitate to contact us to learn about our fair pricing and reliability.


At Ashe Van Lines Moving & Storage, we offer antique moving services in Hickory, Gastonia, Mooresville, Huntersville, Denver, Morganton, Asheville, Boone, and Concord, North Carolina.