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The first thing I want to say is that I moved before with different companys but this time I hit the jackpot by far my best experience with any moving company.
I highly recommend them!!
Best movers ever! No one else has come close. They called before they arrived...right on time. They were super organized, very polite & friendly. The job was completed quickly & efficiently...way faster than we ever expected. And, they took great care to make sure nothing was damaged. These people were the ultimate professionals...and, their fee was very reasonable. Very highly recommend!
They made my long distance move go as smoothly as possible. They were very professional and worked very hard to make the move go smoothly. Special thanks to them for providing the extraordinary customer in setting up the logistics and answering all of my questions prior to the move. These are definitely the movers to select for your next move!
These guys are great! Top notch customer service all the way around. They will make sure to accommodate your schedule at YOUR convenience. I scheduled 2 moves with them and, pretty much, both of them last minute. They were able to set it up both appointments as per my request.
The movers are very courteous, professional and fast. Nothing was damaged and they followed all of my directions precisely.
My family and I moved from a two bedroom home to a much smaller apartment just a week before i was due with my first child so needless to say, I was not doing any packing or heavy lifting!High Touch skillfully packed everything up (including fragile items) with the utmost care. The staff was very organized and efficient and they got the job done quite fast.
This was the best moving experience ever. The movers were extremely professional and cordial. They took great care in moving furniture and fragile items. Highly recommend!
I had movers fall through so had to find someone quick, they completely accommodated my needs. I thought they did a really great job at a very reasonable rate. The workers were so pleasant and efficient. I used the partial pack but should have done a full pack since the ladies were really fast and packed everything perfectly!
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