Father And Son Moving And Storage

USDOT # 806322
607 Triumph Court Suite C
Orlando, FL 32805
Orlando
Florida
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (407) 290-2200
Company Site: www.fathersonmovingandstorage.com

Moving with Father And Son Moving And Storage

Following 1908, F and S Moving, better known as Father and Son Moving and Storage has been in the business of helping people with their problems regarding capacity as well as moving. They aid and operate in South Florida territories such as Naples, Tampa, Sarasota, Daytona, Orlando, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Pensacola, Leesburg, Tampa, Clearwater and Fort Myers. Father and Son, as the name implies is a family run and operated private organization which aids in not only family moves but also bsuiness moves, they have made a name for themselves with some of the most helpful move co-ordinators.



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I have moved a couple times and don't have the foggiest idea about an organization I would prescribe, yet Joe with Father and Son attempted to make it right. I was cited a cost, however when the movers got to the house, they all of a sudden got the workplace supervisor on the telephone who cited a higher cost and declined to begin emptying the truck unless forked over all required funds, down to the last cent. I was not told this tenet when booking them. We paid. They moved everything. Nothing irregular, no bugs that we don't saw anything, discovered broken yet, nothing absent. The issue happened when I called the workplace the following day to get a receipt. The receipt faxed to me was the first cost, however we overpaid by $100 on account of the telephone call cost. I talked with Joe, the proprietor, who discounted the cash I overpaid. Would I prescribe this company....maybe. Moving will be moving. Unless you pay for white glove administration, you take what you can get. Joe making it right is the most compelling motivation for my 3 stars. On the off chance that the folks that work there are shady, at any rate the proprietor fixes it.

This organization is unscrupulous and a trick! Try not to say I didn't caution you. Their rep Michael let me know they could deal with my complete move from Boston to California. He cited me one cost. It ended up being twofold!

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