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Furniture assembly and disassembly,
Safe or security box moving,
Pool table moving,
I've used SCM a few times when I've had to move. They are always prompt, efficient, and professional.Nov 24, 2015
Have used them twice and will continue to use them anytime I move again No mover is as efficient, quick, and safe as SCMFeb 28, 2015
SCM moved my mother last August. They were fantastic. The guys who came in and moved her things were polite and efficient. When a handful of things went wrong (which had everything to do with the place she was moving to and nothing to do with SCM) they problem solved and continued to make the move as smooth as possible. I would (and do) refer them to anyone. They're amazing.Feb 28, 2015
Awesome! They helped us move our belongings from 2 separate locations to our new home. They worked quickly and were personable. Can't recommend highly enough. We will definitely use them in the future if we move again.Jun 14, 2015
Steel City Movers did my move. They were efficient, professional, affordable, and reliable. Nothing was broken.Sep 26, 2014
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We dispatch our crew from our office in zip 15221 all over SWPA. We therefore have a tiered travel fee that can get a little complex. Our travel fee assumes total miles round trip from our office in our own non-moving vehicles (company car that transports our crew and our gear). less than or equal to 30 miles RT: $40 flat travel fee greater than or equal to 31 miles RT: $65 flat travel fee greater than 100 miles RT: $65 flat + $0.40/mi from mile 101 and up.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?We wanted to change our clients perception of moving laborers from people who are gruff and stand-offish whom you are afraid to ask to move your jewelery chest to people that are personable, friendly, easy to talk to, and above all- trustworthy.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Read reviews and ask for references! Of course companies are going to refer you to their most satisfied clients, but they have less control over online reviews. Pay attention to how companies respond to negative reviews. Are they apologetic and offering to remedy the complaint or are they combative and defensive, blaming the client for whatever it was that went wrong. Imagine yourself in a similar scenario. Unfortunately damage does sometimes happen. Which service provider would you rather deal with in those events?