Gilmore Moving of Pensacola

USDOT # 89854
31 E Fairfield Dr
Pensacola, FL 32501
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So I'm adding my remark to the right business who squandered our time! We called these folks they gave us a quote and arrangement time and affirmed through Bobby straightforwardly, and upon the arrival of the move they didn't appear between 1 pm-3 pm and did not get back to us in spite of leaving messages with respect to the non administration and exercise in futility! Moving is as of now a tiring procedure and we lost more than 4 hrs of moving time because of this joke of a business.

This Was the first occasion when we utilized Gilmore Movers and the folks were incredible!! They were considerate, neighborly, worked truly hard and brought extraordinary consideration with our things. We would utilize them once more!!!

I have utilized Gilmore Movers twice now and exceptionally prescribe them.

Both times the group has been productive, affable, inviting and have regarded my things as though they were their own. These folks are experts - they take pride in their work and it appears.

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