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151 Country Road 250

Green Apple Moving 151 Country Road 250

The 4 Corners has a growing economy, an affordable cost of living, and a nice atmosphere, it’s easy to understand why so many people move to the area every day! This steady stream of newcomers keeps movers busy, leaving many to worry if a local moving company can fit their hectic schedule. That’s why Green Apple Moving, a premier Moving Company, staffs only the best, most efficient movers, so you move whenever you want!
We’ve been a leading mover for years! Through it all, our family-owned and operated local moving company has maintained strong principles of excellent customer service and complete care in every move we do. We know customers want a moving company they can trust with the things that matter most to them. Our sincere approach and friendly courtesy keep customers coming back time and time again to have our professional movers handle their moves.
Green Apple Moving begins by thoroughly estimating the needs of your move, then matching the appropriate equipment and professional moving crew to your exact requirements. On moving day, our professional movers will arrive fully equipped to make sure every item is safe and secure. There’s no need to run to the store for moving boxes, tape, and bubble wrap! If the stress of moving has your head spinning, let our highly-trained moving crew pack your belongings for you! We go the extra mile to ensure that your belongings are well-protected.
We quilt-pad wrap each piece of furniture for the move, and even take the time to set it up in its proper location at your new home. There’s no heavy lifting or risking damage to your new floors and walls for you to worry about! Green Apple Moving has the resources you need to handle any move!

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Charlie

Charlie

05/12/2021

They lost my reservation on a busy moving weekend that I made early, and now I have to move myself. Even received and signed the confirmation e-mail. They were unable to reschedule in a timely manner. Horrible experience which added tons of stress to my move. I am just lucky that I called them for additional details and didn't learn the day my rental lease ended.

They lost my reservation on a busy moving weekend that I made early, and now I have to move myself. Even received and signed the confirmation e-mail. They were unable to reschedule in a timely manner. Horrible experience which added tons of stress to my move. I am just lucky that I called them for additional details and didn't learn the day my rental lease ended.

Kim A.

Kim A.

02/08/2016

The ONLY reason they're getting 3 stars is a direct result of how wonderful my unique move went. My second proceed onward the other hand... not really. The day the movers came to get my stuff... they let me know they would be moving me in a day later than booked in light of the fact that they were overbooked. I had things planned that day and required my stuff in there for it, (for ex...

The ONLY reason they're getting 3 stars is a direct result of how wonderful my unique move went. My second proceed onward the other hand... not really. The day the movers came to get my stuff... they let me know they would be moving me in a day later than booked in light of the fact that they were overbooked. I had things planned that day and required my stuff in there for it, (for example, DIRECTV... it's kinda difficult to set that up without the TV). So I called the proprietor... furthermore, clarified that pushing me back a day was unsuitable ESPECIALLY since I had booked it over a month prior to the move date. He got it sorted out... be that as it may, despite everything I believe it's horrendous business that the movers needed to let me know rather than him calling me himself. And afterward when the movers were motivating prepared to leave town... they let me know they would just take money or a clerks check (I had the cash in the bank so that didn't make a difference... yet, I needed to hold up until the following day to get to the bank... some notice would have been pleasant). With everything taken into account... on the off chance that this were the main move I did with them...

Michael

Michael

08/14/2019

Terrible service over $4,000 in damage when home furniture was left in moving truck instead of being put in storage as we were told it would be and the truck leaked resulting in the damage. On day of delivery we had to pay extra or not get our furniture. charged $495 for storage and fees. Thats for storage in a truck that leaked rainwater that ruined our furniture.

Terrible service over $4,000 in damage when home furniture was left in moving truck instead of being put in storage as we were told it would be and the truck leaked resulting in the damage. On day of delivery we had to pay extra or not get our furniture. charged $495 for storage and fees. Thats for storage in a truck that leaked rainwater that ruined our furniture.

Charles Dickson

Charles Dickson

10/31/2019

Green Apple provided a move to Hell. They underestimated the trucks required to move our stuff. They overcharged for packing. They damaged furniture and stole items from us. My message to prospective users of this company - DO NOT trust them!.

Green Apple provided a move to Hell. They underestimated the trucks required to move our stuff. They overcharged for packing. They damaged furniture and stole items from us. My message to prospective users of this company - DO NOT trust them!.

Carl Dubois

Carl Dubois

06/01/2020

Very helpful and courteous when setting up the appointment. Russell Carter.did a great job working me in the tight schedule on short notice. His crew were on time and worked till the job was complete. Thanks again!

Very helpful and courteous when setting up the appointment. Russell Carter.did a great job working me in the tight schedule on short notice. His crew were on time and worked till the job was complete. Thanks again!

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