COVID-19 Information

As the situation surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to progress, the health and safety of our employees, our customers, and our community have remained our top priorities. With the newest orders from Governor Polis, we have several changes and information regarding our services as follows:

Does the order affect Mountain High Movers?
Yes! After verifying with the state, the new stay-at-home order does affect Mountain High Movers and we are required to cease all household moving operations today through April 11th. Assuming the order will not be extended, we will resume operations Monday, April 13th.

What this means for my scheduled move?

For clients scheduled for service within these dates, we will be reaching out directly to work with you in an effort to reschedule your moving needs.
If you were scheduled after these dates, we will be confirming your moves, but please be advised the order may be extended. 
We have also been working with a skeleton crew following guidelines to limit personal interaction, so depending on the orders or guideline once the stay-at-home is lifted, we may need to review your move for completion with less movers or a smaller crew. 

Can I still receive an estimate or quote at this time?
Yes! We previously suspended all in-home estimates, but can continue to provide moving quotes over the phone or through email. Please be patient with us returning your calls and emails as we reschedule those who were already booked during the stay-at-home order dates.
If you are waiting on a completed estimate, please be patient, we will get it back to you as soon as possible as we work through our schedule. 

Moving forward…
We will continue to closely monitor the situation and follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as well as national, state, and local authorities and will keep you informed on any changes.

Please do not hesitate to reach out and let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Thank you, 
Lauren & Patrick Holt

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