Jochas Moving & Delivery
Moving with Jochas Moving & Delivery
This Company will ruin your move and destroy your plan. Dont use this mover people.
I had never utilized movers yet after my involvement with Jochas' team, i can say this is the best approach. I bought a 3 hour administration one week before I needed to move, they were the minimum costly of the organizations I valued. Chris and Billy were Awesome, proficient and took care of all my furniture with consideration, worked effectively and I am inspired that none of my old or new condo dividers were scraped or chipped. I will utilize them again and prescribe them.
Much obliged to you folks ;)
Acquired a Groupon for 2 folks/4 hours of moving. We had Aaron and Billy (I trust that was his name). They were incredible! Friendly and cautious with our things. They had us totally moved in 3 hours. The young ladies in the workplace were likewise so decent and obliging. I exceptionally suggest this organization. :)
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