Golden Gate Moving
Moving with Golden Gate Moving
Horrible experience with this moving company! Movers did not show up on time and operator was not responsive! Ended up making changes to everything. Stay away from this company!
As a solitary lady around here all alone it's alarming finding help moving. I brought all over and had three individuals turned out for appraisals that were downright crawls and an excessive amount of. Until a companion prescribed his piano movers to me. He said they likewise do family unit moves. Beyond any doubt enough I called Golden Gate and PJ turned out and was a sweetheart not in any manner unpleasant like the others. Truly forthright and fair. Touched base on time as said and had a group accessible the following week to make my turn.
It was astounding! I didn't lift a finger and every one of the folks were so watchful and neighborly. It's an old school family claimed business with observable ethic and trustworthiness.
I required somebody who could get my upright piano up a limited stair with an entire 90 turn at the top, just 32" wide. It is an exceptionally intense occupation despite the fact that I knew it should be possible. I could get a cost by messaging photographs of the stairs and measurements of the piano. It was not shoddy but rather I didn't need modest, I needed great and I got it. Sal and his team appeared on time, were immediate and productive. They buckled down and well. I'm satisfied. They were prescribed by the house movers who moved me in.
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