|Sunday||7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Monday||7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Friday||7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
Dignity Moving, LLC
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Justin D.Sep 7, 2018Verified
I cannot say enough about how amazing this company is. From initial quote to leaving my home, they made me feel confident in my decision to work with them. They handled my items with care, they protected my floors and my doorway- and fit everything perfectly in the moving pod so that it would arrive without damage. They worked fast, but didn’t rush- and had my entire home loaded up in two hours. They were affordable, punctual and a joy to work with. 10/10 would hire again in an instant.Apr 19, 2018Verified
Excellent company! We're here on time, price was right, very cordial employees, and job properly done. Would recommend at any time.Jan 29, 2017Verified
Daniel and Lynn were my movers and displayed the utmost professionalism and quality work ethic. The previous movers I had had three movers and took 7 hours to do the total move. Daniel and Lynn took 3 hours and and charged $450 less. They were efficient and courteous and did an amazing job. I will use these guys again and will recommend them to everyone I know. Thank you!Jan 23, 2017Verified
***SCAMMER ALERT*** DO NOT HIRE. I recently hired Dignity Movers to help us move our small office. What a nightmare! Before hiring Dignity, I did what any normal person would do CHECK THEIR REVIEWS! They had AMAZING reviews. Now I know that I was SCAMMED! Daniel, the owner, tried to discount the alleged amount owed in exchange for a positive review despite knowing we were not pleased. Daniel stuck his own phone in my husband’s face trying to get him to fill out a positive online review in exchange for a “discount” which was nothing more than the actual contract price. What an insult. My husband informed him he was not looking for a discount but just asking questions to figure out how to itemize the total and how it grew from the quote he gave me. Daniel was HORRIBLE! Why on earth would I accept a discount and be dishonest about our review? I am SO happy my husband did not except the discount for a positive review as I would like to share our horror story with everyone. He had temper tantrums the entire day. From start to finish. As you can see from the pictures, my agreement with Daniel was $200 for 2 hours, for 2 men and $50/hr thereafter. He was also going to charge us a $50 travel fee. He showed up to the office with a completely different agreement. $280 for 2 hours and two men, and $80/her thereafter. My husband signed without knowing he had changed the agreement. Once I heard about the change in the agreement, I asked to speak to Daniel and asked why our agreement had changed. He became IRRATE and said he brought 3 men and accused me of lying to him. But even his new contract says 2 men, not 3 so it was just as confusing. And my “misrepresentations” to him were regarding the scope of the job. My statements to him were truthful and I was paying an hourly rate so was caught off guard as to why this would anger him. I had no idea he had time restrictions and had overbooked himself the rest of the day. He then hung up on me and told my husband that that was what he was going to charge us. Being a business owner ourselves, I would never treat a customer that way. I’m an honest person and would have made sure his men would get the right compensation if the job was a little harder than he expected or if he underbid the job and was going to lose money. Big mistake. He charged me $700 when we had already done this move with others movers and mind you MORE FURNITURE for $450. He added SALES tax when there is no sales tax for services! My husband was so exhausted with his pettiness that he paid the fictitious $32 in sales taxes in addition to the $670 (which was only tacked on after my husband refused to fill out his review page on his phone for a discount). What a scammer! He also damaged my husband’s desk and then after my husband pointed it out, said that the damage was already there. See the picture below. HE IS THE OWNER and had no basis to allege the the damage was preexisting. He stormed off without addressing it and was more concerned about his $5 reimbursements for tape than the damage to a $5,000 office desk. We are still trying to assess the damage to our enterprise printer. My husband rented some blankets from him and then, after it became evident we were not going to use Dignity for another move in 3 weeks, Daniel ACCUSED my husband, who is an attorney, of planning to steal his blankets. My husband had to calmly state to Daniel that he is an attorney and not in the business of stealing a dozen packing blankets and he will get them back. My husband paid $60 to rent a dozen packing blankets for 3 weeks. You can buy a dozen packing blankets online for $60. The horror my husband felt. He over-charged us for his supplies. After doing to math, I still don’t know how it totaled $700, but my husband was not going to argue with the guy. Needless to say, WE WILL NEVER USE THE COMPANY AGAIN! Daniel was not honest with us and is a complete hot head. Don’t waste your money.Apr 17, 2017VerifiedDaniel S.'s reply
I want to first of all apologize that your experience with Dignity Moving was anything short of amazing. Our customers are our number one priority. The rates quoted were based on the information given over our phone conversation. Unfortunately for us, upon arrival the space and items mentioned, were widely skewed. We had also talked about a two hour time frame which is about normal for the amount of items mentioned on the call. The first elevator we had to use required a key card to get in and out, which only allowed us to bring down items at a very reduced speed. This drastically increased the amount of time needed to move the items mentioned to me , as well as the storage facilities having an elevator entry code to input each trip. The unfortunate miscommunication on both of our ends lead to a less than perfect moving experience for you, which we take serious at Dignity Moving. Thank you for the feedback as we will use it to learn and grow.
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing varies by job to maximize customer savings.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We like to set up an appointment over the phone or through email, no deposits necessary, and then show up at the appointed time and complete the move.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been moving furniture since I was in grade school, and professionally since I was 14 years old. I have worked at a plethora of moving companies, both at the local and international level.