Dimura's Moving & Storage

USDOT # 2316293
7024 E Osborn Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Scottsdale
Arizona
Contact Phone: (480) 421-2087
Additional Phone: (480) 421-2087
Company Site: dimurasmoving.com

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Tom is amazing! I utilized these folks for my turn in January of this current year in the wake of getting a quote from them in November. Their costs are stunning and their administration is far and away superior. They appeared ok on time and could do everything in less than 3 hours. They contract wrapped my headboard, love seat, and TV to maintain a strategic distance from any stains, splits, and so on. They likewise set up everything for me when we got to the new area. Speedy, effective, awesome prices....can't request much else besides that in a moving organization!

Much appreciated once more!

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