Great Plains Moving and Storage

USDOT # 2042
4655 Geneva St
Denver, CO 80238
Denver
Colorado
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (303) 333-8212
Company Site: www.greatplainsmoving.com

Moving with Great Plains Moving and Storage

Your long-distance and local Denver Mover since 1896; we've been helping people move across the state, the country, and the world. When we say, “We're moving experts,” we mean there isn't any commercial, residential, or specialty moving operation we can't accommodate.
Looking for a home mover you can trust? We've been helping families like yours have a stress-free move for over a hundred years.
Do you need to relocate your employees or your office? We can manage multiple residential and commercial moves and be your single point of contact to make the entire relocation process easier for everyone.
Wrestling with a difficult specialized move with oversized, unwieldy, or fragile items? No problem. We handle these kinds of jobs all the time with care and precision.
Great Plains' qualified team, specialized equipment, and worldwide reach ensure that your move—no matter how big or small--is handled safely, quickly and efficiently.



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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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