Mike's Moving

PUC # 191252
11266 Schuyler Avenue
Riverside, CA 92505
Contact Phone: (951) 332-1646
Additional Phone: (951) 332-1646
Company Site: www.mikesmovingforcheap.com

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I simply completed a move with Mike's Moving. An outing from San Bernardino to Corona, with an extra stop in Colton to get two different things. In. The. Downpour. Chris and another young fellow offered me some assistance with picking everything up, pack it up, empty and reassemble some furniture all in under the three hour least. They were extremely affable folks, and were a delight to work with and I have no harmed boxes or furniture. Getting the quote with Mike himself was simple. The level out best quote I got for a multi-stop, long separation move. Exceptionally suggest these folks and would move with them once more.
Much appreciated guys!!!!!

Mike's moving spared the day! I contracted another moving company however the truck with that moving company got into a mischance in the morning and after that wound up holding up very nearly 5 hours before I wound up scratching off that administration. I called MM truly at 3:30p and inquired as to whether he had anybody in the following hour and beyond any doubt enough, he did!

Julio and Ramon appeared at my entryway ventures in around 45 minutes. I was cited a rate for 3 hours including drive time. For reasons unknown, I did call this moving company a couple of weeks back and got a higher quote however in any case, I got a reasonable cost. They begin at $49.99 every hour. (That is what is posted on their truck)

I didn't have a huge amount of stuff aside from furniture in the main room that should have been be dismantled and cut down a flight of stairs. Both folks figured out how to move around without scratching dividers or furniture. They were extraordinarily solid as well! My spouse stacked the truck to speed up the moving procedure, since we had as of now been sitting tight for another moving company prior in the day. Be that as it may, the stacking took pretty much 60 minutes. I like that these folks were snappy and didn't dither with a considerable measure of casual conversation.

They unfastened my washer and dryer and stuffed it away in their truck. Our turn was around 15 miles from Riverside to Corona and we did hit some activity (and it began to shower!!) however with everything taken into account completed in 3 hours. So didn't need to pay any additional charges.

They snared my furniture before leaving and put boxes where I asked them to. Considered they were a minute ago, these folks spared the day!

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