Lexicon Relocation Moving

USDOT # 2229806
815 S. Main St Suite 600
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (904) 390-7100
Company Site: www.lexiconrelocation.com

Moving with Lexicon Relocation Moving

Since the beginning, we’ve tried to stay true to our core beliefs and deliver flexible solutions with exceptional service for our customers and their employees. We owe a huge thanks to our employees (the best in the industry!) and clients for joining us on this remarkable journey.
Founded in 1993 with locations worldwide, Lexicon Relocation, LLC, is recognized as a top industry leader who has experienced tremendous growth. In the last five years we have opened three new international offices and expanded services to include U.K. domestic and government relocation solutions.

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Reasonably evaluated and quick. Quick like a machine! Be that as it may, possibly too quick, to the detriment of being cautious. One person wrapped up a mid-section quick with covers to ensure it, which was awesome, however then he flipped it on its side and I flinched when I heard everything inside slide to one end. Amid the move, they likewise flipped some crates totally over so what WAS the top was currently the base and a few things were harmed. Possibly think of this end up on all your cases and you'll have better good fortune.

Largest amount of polished skill. By a long shot the best client companyI have had from a moving organization. The representatives appreciate what they do and take awesome consideration in taking care of

everything from furniture to dish's.They waist NO time. I very prescribe ex-symbol Relocation Movers.

We were amazed by the speed, care and courtesy of our crew. They was unbelievable. The move was faster and cheaper than we were quoted. All of our stuff arrived in top notch condition. Couldn't be happier.
Wish i could remember the leader of our team's name... the called him something "number 2" because another guy at the company had the same name. But he was great.

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