|Sunday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.|
|Monday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.|
|Tuesday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.|
|Wednesday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.|
|Thursday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.|
|Friday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.|
|Saturday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.|
About this pro
Leah G.Jul 5, 2018Verified
Would have reviewed higher but not only did both gentlemen show up late, but we found a dresser drawer had been dropped and broken in the move. I understand accidents happen and anytime you move you expect at least one casualty, but the fact that they just placed the broken pieces in the drawer and didn’t tell me really bothers me. They were a last minute choice - so I’m grateful for the help, but would have appreciated a bit more punctuality and honesty.May 5, 2018Verified
Ron was great! He did a fantastic job assembling furniture and anchoring shelves. He’s super polite and responds quickly. I would definitely hire him again.Nov 4, 2017Verified
Hard working, courteous, honest. My Gazebo was not easy to assemble but he stuck with it until it was completed. I paid extra as I felt bad for him.May 28, 2017Verified
I hired this mover for an indoor furniture rearrangement work. The overall impression they gave me is unprofessional. Details starting with the only pro I can think of: The move time was scheduled to start at ~ 10:00 AM. Although they arrived at 10:30 AM, they did text me saying they would be late, so I appreciate that. Now with the cons: 1. With knowing this is an indoor task, they arrived without any preparation to keep the house clean. Since it was a rainy day, we had to ask them put on shoe covers to not ruin our carpet, however, they didn't have any shoe cover nor spare shoes for indoor work, thus they had to find some and delaying the work for another 30 minutes. For a 3 hours work, that's 1/6 of time being wasted. 2. As a move task, we had the expectation for them to move the boxes as well, however, they simply refused to do so and saying we didn't tell them there were boxes need to be moved, which I'm pretty sure I have mentioned in a previous phone call. Since we paid for 3 hours and the actual furniture moving takes only about 1.5 hours, I would expect them to just move the boxes at the end, but nope, and I really find this ridiculous. If I knew they would be so hard to work with, I would have written down all the stuff I want to be moved in beforehand. 3. During the phone call, I emphasized that I would like them to take the time (since I'm certain they would have enough time) and apply appropriate protections to the furnitures, walls, floors and etc. But nope, they didn't use any blanket or means of protections, thus left various damages (some examples in pictures) and we had to spend extra cost to repair them. Given the fact that I have paid for 3 hours (their minimum) and they took only 1.5 hours (excluding the time they went to get shoe covers) for all the furniture moves, they have more than enough time to get the boxes moved, as well as apply appropriate protections. Therefore my conclusion for them is: not customer-centric, won't hire again.Apr 21, 2018Verified
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- What types of customers have you worked with?We are a moving labor company. The customer provides the truck and we do the labor for their move. This in itself can save 60-70% on the cost of your move. If you, the customer, do not want to drive the truck we offer driver services to do the driving for you.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?We are a small company that is just starting out this year. But we do have over 25 years of accumulative experience, for moving, and even more experience for customer satisfaction.