Moving Kings Van Lines
Membership(s) & License Info.
MEMBER OF BBB: YES
US DOT # 3039429
ICC MC # 965836
INSURANCE ON FILE: $750,000
YEAR OF ESTD: 5/1/2015
Hours of Operation
MONDAY-SATURDAY 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
SUNDAYS 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
ALL MAYOR CREDIT CARDS, CASH, PAYPAL AND CERTIFIED CHECKS
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Sweet, working with Moving Kings Van Lines!
Wow what a great company. They were honest about everything upfront, efficient laborers, and friendly customer service!
This company has been fantastic. I move often for work and I will definitely use this company again.
Moving Kings Van Lines would be our favorite mover. We didn't feel any stress moving from Florida to Texas with this company. They fulfilled all they said they would and we appreciate them for the job well-done!
Wow! I never knew there is a moving company that charges low and yet delivers an excellent job. All my friends get to know about this moving company.
These guys are the best moving company. They maintain their status. When I thought they have lost management, never knew they are getting stronger and stronger! My recent dealings with them again have made me have confidence in them.
We were told to contact Moving Kings if we want great moving service but we refused and went for another mover who could not deliver our belongings until 28 days. But when we contacted Moving Kings for another transfer, they delivered our things in less than 7 days. And everything was in an excellent mode. We will make this company our favorite. Thanks Moving Kings!
Customer Support and staff were outstanding. Even the driver went extra miles to make sure I was happy. Really amazing team!
I don't think I can get a moving company that can really provide my needs if not Moving Kings. They charge me less, still yet they work exceeded my expectation. I will recommend them to everyone that wants to relocate.
Moving Kings delivered my shop commodities from Miami-Florida to New Jersey with peace of mind. All the staffs assigned to my move were very outstanding and skillful. I highly recommend them!
Amazing working with these guys. They never allowed you to find a fault on them. Before you could say a thing, they have already known. Truly professionals!
I started giving these guys notice about my relocation 2 weeks before the time, so they showed up exactly the date and time we scheduled. That was absolutely remarkable! They kept calling us almost every two days intervals until the final date arrived. What else can I say? Everything went perfectly well and I really appreciated Moving Kings team!
Moving Kings Van Lines is a super mover! Very decent delivery!
Moving Kings made our move pretty simple and quick. We loved every step of what they did. From CS to the loaders were all great to deal with. We highly recommend this team for their excellent service!
My move went better than I expected, I was very nervous to use a company to move all of my household items but I am very pleased with the customer service I received. The drivers showed up on time and even called me when they were on the way. They were professional and completed the entire pickup within a few hours. I was updated regularly on where my items were and all of my paperwork was sent within a timely manner. I especially enjoyed their 24 hour customer service as I work all day and was unable to call for updates from 9-6. Delivery went great as well. I would absolutely recommend this company!
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