Baymeadows Express Moving

USDOT # 1964854
3737 ST Johns Bluff Rd S 909
Jacksonville, FL 32099
Contact Phone: (877) 849-0064
Additional Phone: (904) 645-7803
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Office Hours:

Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
Saturday: 9am-12pm
Sundays: Closed

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I used them to move my apartment to a new place and they were great. They got there on time and very profesional. I had some furniture that needed to stay, other throw and the ones that needed to be move to the new place and they made sure that everything was as ask. They completed the job in efficient time. Usually I do the move on my own but I am so glad i hire Them

They came on time, got the job done done and departed. Simple and easy to work with. Will use again for sure.

Baymeadows express Moving was phenomenal. The movers were quick, proficient, well disposed and accommodating. I would very suggest Baymeadows express Moving.


They broke the edge of the windowsill of the house I was leasing and denied it as a result,I was not able hold 100% of my security deposit.Their liftgate failed part of the way through the move which made them work longer hours,they did not remunerate me for the additional time it took.They dropped and harmed my headboard to my room set which cost $7000.Futhermore they promoted on Craigslist for $59.99 a hr for 3 folks however charged me 79.99 a hr and expressed "we committed an error in the ad".They never repaid me any money.DO NOT ALLOW THESE PEOPLE TO TOUCH YOUR FURNITURE!!!!!!!

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