Father & Son Moving
Moving with Father & Son Moving
This was a relatively small move of a studio apartment size load of furniture, but including a heavy queen platform bed. The two man crew and truck showed up a little AHEAD of the two hour move start window. They worked at a good pace and clearly knew how to efficiently and carefully move the pieces. No damage to the furniture or to the walls, etc. They were adept at backing the moving truck into a very tight place to unload. I’d highly recommend the team of Jerry and Luis.
We had a little move to do, swap the things in two rooms, one upstairs and one ground floor. The movers, Jose and Andre, appeared acceptable on timetable, and got directly down to business. The rooms are distinctive sizes so they even moved things around decently well to make it appear to be comparable. They were both cordial and productive, and truly went well beyond what I expected of them. I would utilize them again instant. Request Jose and Andre, the A group, and you'll be extremely glad you did.
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