White's Moving & Storage
Moving with White's Moving & Storage
This is the second time that I've moved within the Fresno area with White's Moving and Storage; and I wouldn't ask any other company. The movers were very efficient, courteous and took the time to disassemble and reassemble without hesitation. Joe and James were fantastic and I was very appreciative of their experience. Thank you for such professionalism in a staff and company.
I moved three times amid my 6 years in New York City, all alone. So when I made the greater move to North Carolina, I knew I needed to run with somebody proficient and trustworthy. I couldn't be more satisfied that I picked White Glove Storage.
I was alluded to my cousin who utilized them for her outing to Georgia. She said they stuffed up her entire house in record time, and got everything down there protected and sound.
I couldn't be more satisfied with all of White Glove's administration. I had stuffed my own things yet White Glove was fast with their entry and quick with pressing up our things. They were careful with numbering our containers
Our stuff arrived in place barely a week later and the movers took as much time as necessary putting the cases in the suitable rooms and reassembling our furniture flawlessly. Once more, they went over every case to ensure none were missing, and had educated me that the same man who conveyed our containers was the same individual who dealt with it while it was away, additional consolation that everything would be there.
I exceedingly suggest them for anybody making a long move!
They were quick, expert, and well disposed. They began working from the minute they arrived took incredible consideration of all things. I would insubordinately prescribe them for anybody's moving needs.
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