Moving with MOV2DAY Moving
We are very satisfied with Mov2Day.
Our out-of-state relocation was exceptional because of the efforts of Tony and Danny.
They worked tirelessly on both loading and unloading for us. They made a special effort to make sure that everything was properly placed in our new home after a very long drive.
We highly recommend Mov2Day and Tony & Danny.
We scheduled a move for the same day as were in a bind (our other movers did not show up). We were moving from a 3000 sq ft home into storage. Mayra their dispatcher sent us Randy, David and Alex, can't say enough about this group of guys! Clean, professional, great attitudes and hard workers. thank you Mov2day for being able to execute such a stellar job on such short notice.
Howard W Bunfield
Rico and Danny O did an outstanding job of moving my furniture, carefully and quickly. Their professionalism and expertise are a tribute to Mov2Day. A job well done!!
All the gentlemen were polite, fast, and cautious. By name Randy R, Carlos J, Duane and Dave.
Randy and Bill are just the best and fastest movers I have ever had! Highly recommend them.
The movers stole our things. Very bad.
This company is a sneaky and full of lies. I will never I mean never use this company again. Moving Authority wouldn't allow me to give zero stars.
Just to be clear, I didn't utilize them, yet they were my #2 or 3 decision that I practically ran with. Their rates were a portion of the better ones I found and the general population were extremely lovely to manage. Indeed, even after I let them know I was going to utilize another person they were considerate and receptive to me. Unquestionably justified regardless of a look in case you're moving.
This organization is hands down the best around the local area and in the business, I have had the benefit of working with Odell ****** and Cornilo and they are, persevering, pleasant , legit folks... Much obliged to you MOV2DAY for giving us superb administration.
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