All States Moving & Storage

USDOT # 1124004
1507 S Lincoln Ave #D
Loveland, CO 80537
Loveland
Colorado
Contact Phone: (970) 962-9468
Additional Phone: (954) 452-0863
Company Site: www.allstatemovingandstorage.net

Moving with All States Moving & Storage

Allstate Moving & Storage Van Lines. We take great pride in serving our customers like no other van line in the industry. It's a position that we maintain because we know our customers expect nothing but the best from Allstate Moving & Storage. We strive to bring our customers 100% satisfaction with every move. Maybe your company is expanding to a new office and you don't want to purchase new furniture.  We are available 24/7 to move your office to it's new location. We will treat all your office confidential's with extreme care and design a moving plan to have you up and running as soon as possible.When starting your move we can supply you a full range of boxes, tapes, bubble wrap, quilted pads, wardrobe boxes, dish boxes, mirror boxes, and more. You will find our prices to be very reasonable and convenient. When talking to your assigned moving expert, we will suggest the boxes you may need and you may request more as you prepare.



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I utilize the organization for moving. I couldn't be there when the stacked the truck yet despite everything they obliged utilizing a POA. Moving was brisk and at a decent cost.

Staff and drivers exceptionally responsive.

Great organization to believe your things to.

I was so miserable to leave Hallandale Beach, FL which is the place where I grew up. I needed to move to Atlanta, GA for work. Just like a solitary man, I don't possess a considerable measure of stuffs yet at the same time procuring a moving organization was fundamental. That is when All states moving and capacity came into the photo. I can't underline enough on how astonishing the movers were. They were reliable, effective, quick and well disposed. What else would I be able to truly anticipate from an arrangement of movers? They didn't lounge around squandering time to expand the bill. Neither made they do a hotchpotch showing. Every one of my possessions were moved securely to my new condo. It truly was a simple move.

Pleasant photo of a truck- - they appeared at our home (a day and a half late) with Two moderate size trucks and a little trailer leased from Budget. They expected to move our piano without the piano board required by the protection transporter (They "overlooked it"). We cleared out Illinois on December 11 and have been sitting tight for them in Florida from that point onward. They initially expressed they would be here 12/16. Each day we call and after somebody inevitably converses with us, we are told they are "two hours from the Florida fringe" and will be here the following day. Most recent report is tomorrow, Christmas Eve, at twelve, when we are to be grabbing family from the air terminal.

I wish I had perused this report beneath before booking with them.

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