Great Plains Moving and Storage
Moving with Great Plains Moving and Storage
I am so glad i did not make my decision for a moving company based on reviews. I was moving from Denver to Firestone. 1 bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor to a 2 bedroom house. I had 3 moving companies come out and give me a estimate for packing and moving my apartment. All 3 companies were with in $500 of each other. I chose Great Plains because the salesman showed up on time and made me feel comfortable. On the day of the move i got a phone call from Great Plains letting me know the crew was about 30 min away. Surprisingly they showed up on time but only had 3 movers. I was told that their would be 4 - 6. Walked the crew lead through my place and let him know what was to be packed and what was staying. They started packing at about 10 am and started moving my furniture about 1130 am. Those 3 guys had my apartment completely moved out and loaded by 4 pm. They arrived in Firestone at 530 pm. I walked the crew through my house and told them where i wanted everything. That crew was absolutely amazing. They put everything where i wanted it. All my furniture set up (couch, table, chairs, bed, dresser w/mirror, washer and dryer). The whole crew was awesome. I have nothing negative to say about my move. Thank you Great Plains.
Beyond terrible customer service. After the date our delivery should have arrived passed we called and were told "sears shouldn't give out delivery dates, we only go to your area once a month... it should arrive some time in March" We ordered a HUGE French door fridge. This is unacceptable and the worst part was customer service, if you want to call it that.
I had been perusing frightfulness stories about long separation movers so I brought a chance with these folks and the experience was good to the point that I wish I could give more stars. They moved me out of my stockpiling unit in Denver and moved every one of my things to Texas. But rather one thing was even chipped.
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