Antiques & Art Moving Services in Maryland, Washington, DC & Virginia
Are you looking for professional art movers to safely transport paintings, sculptures, and other artwork or antiques? Platinum Moving Services, one of the DC area’s premier moving companies, has extensive experience packing, preparing, moving, and shipping art and antiques for residential and commercial clients.
Whether you are moving art or antiques within the Washington, DC, Maryland (MD) and Northern Virginia (VA) area, across the country, or internationally, we’ll make sure your items arrive in the exact condition they were before the move.
Contact Platinum Moving to learn more about our antique moving and art transport services.
Our Art Moving Provides Complete Peace of Mind
Our art packing craftsmanship is unmatched. In fact, the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC hired us because of our outstanding packing! No matter what kind of artwork or antiques you need to transport, the experts at Platinum Moving Services have seen and done it all. We can pack antique dishes, large oil paintings, sculptures, and glass artwork to prepare them for any length move.
We understand that your antiques and art likely have sentimental value in addition to their monetary worth. To us, both are equally important, and we will treat the pieces you entrust to us as treasures, no matter their status.
Antiques and Art Moving Specialists
When handling art and antiques, we take the utmost care and use proven, professional art transport techniques, including:
- Custom crating
- Padding material like bubble wrap, corrugated cardboard, picture corners, and more
- Specialized handling equipment
- Particular attention to climate and vibration within our vehicles
- Are able to accommodate special requirements
- Use our own experienced art packing and shipping crew
- Use our own experienced antique packing and shipping crew
Read about how we transported two large, delicate statues from China to DC!
Why Choose Platinum for Antiques and Art Moving?
With more than 30 years of experienced in national and international moving and shipping, the team at Platinum has unrivaled knowledge of packing procedures, specialty moving methods, and transportation technologies. Our reputation for success, as well as our outstanding customer service, has made us a trusted entity in the moving and shipping business.
We are dedicated to absolute professionalism and excellence when packing, shipping, and transporting your art and antiques.
Contact Platinum Moving today for a free quote on packing and shipping artwork and antiques and our quality art moving services.
Additional Specialty Moving and Shipping Services from Platinum:
- Piano moving – Our piano movers employ trusted techniques to safely and securely transport pianos of all sizes across town, across the country, and around the world.
- Vehicle shipping – We use both containerized and roll-on, roll-off methods to ship cars nationally and internationally.
- Boat shipping – In addition to containerized and roll-on, roll-off methods, we also do flat-rack shipping to move boats within the US and overseas.
- Commercial shipping – We perform commercial shipping of all kinds throughout the country and around the world.
- Ocean container shipping – As experts in container shipping, we offer comprehensive ocean shipping services, from loading the container at your location to delivering it to dock and transporting it to its final destination.
- Museum relocation – Whether you’re moving a whole exhibit or parts of an exhibit or need to move nationally or internationally, Platinum Moving Services are experts in all parts of museum relocation, and we’ll work with you to take care of all your needs with top-notch service.
“Platinum Moving Services performed an excellent job in the packing and shipping of the Lost Amazon exhibition from the National Museum of Natural History to the Banco de la Republica in Bogota, Colombia. The staff was very attentive to the needs of the clients throughout the whole process, and we were impressed with their professionalism.” – Smithsonian Museum of Natural History