Moving with Canxpress Moving
Canxpress Moving did an absolutely awesome job with my move! They were on-time, super efficient, careful, and had the best rates out of the 15+ movers I requested quotes from. I had a somewhat complicated/annoying move and he helped coordinate everything so that it all went smoothly. They got the job done quick and with a great attitude. Would definitely recommend!
I was very prepared. I packed my own boxes and labeled them. Their pickup and delivery team came and put their labels on the boxes that they took. They were very timely with the move and it didn't take long at all for them to put my stuff on the truck - maybe 30 minutes tops. They called and let me know that they were close to the delivery point and when they got there, I was there waiting for them. They did everything - checked everything often and signed papers. I had one chair that they put back together before they left. It was a good move. I would recommend them to friends and family.
These guys are awesome. They came in prompt on time after confirming in advance as well. Even though there was a lot of stuff to pack and the long walk from their truck to our apartment for unloading, the job was completed in a reasonable amount of time. All our furniture as carefully dismantled and packed and received in same condition. They even helped with assembling the furniture back.
Definitely recommended for moving help!
They were very polite and professional. They also arrived right on time and were very careful of my belongings throughout the entire process. Thank you guys! You made my move very relaxing and easy!
I would definitely recommend these movers.
Everything went smoother than i thought. I am very satisfied with their service and would recommend Canxpress Moving. Good job guys, Five Stars! The Best!
Canxpress Moving was great. They helped us with everything we needed to move, and wrapped our furniture so. It wouldn't get damaged. Everything was done professionally and expeditiously, and I would recommend their service. Thanks a lot for the help.
They showed up early and were extremely pleasant and exceptionally helpful. They had to move a 500 pound commercial refrigerator. The only thing that would have been more difficult is if I lived on the third floor.
The crew has professional experience and a great attitude which made the process painless, at least for me.
Call them. They will do right by you.
canxpress moving moved me in the busiest time of the year, before i talk to them all companies that i spoke to told me delivery will not going to be less the 14 days. it was very important to me even more then the price to get my stuff fast.
and then a rep from canxpress called me and promised me fast delivery good price and good service.
long story short:THEY KEPT THERE PROMISES!! thank you matt
Thank you Canxpress for your services and standing behind your words,your flat price u gave me and speedy delivery:)
Thank you for smooth stress free move!!
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