Authority Van Lines
Moving with Authority Van LinesAuthority Van Lines is a moving company which services Pompano Beach, Florida. They are family owned and operated. They offer full packing, local moving and long distance moving as well.
My name is Gary Muraco, I am the owner of Authority Van Lines, Inc. I have a lifetime of experience in the moving industry, 30 + years. I can provide a very safe & professional relocation of your household goods...If we can't move it, it cant be moved!
We care tremendously about our customers, our reviews, our reputation, and our company!
We have genuine references letters from clients who became our friends. I will be glad to send our license, insurance, workers comp, D.O.T. certifications and labor law compliance via e-mail upon request, just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
F.M.C.S.A. ICC-MC# 838935 ...and We carry a 1 Million Dollar Vanliner Insurance Policy. WE ARE NOT BROKERS!!!...We do the moves, you book with us, its our trucks, and our guys, we do not subcontract or use temp labor.
I am very happy with the service this company provides. I have used Authority several time and I will say these guys are great. They stand for something. They really care about the customer and the company they have. Most movers or moving companies are just about how can they get more money. Gary and his dad actually help you save money when you move. I have experienced it my self. Gary Jr. always just says please leave a good review for us on line and that will help us back. So I am taking the time to right this review and many others because these guys deserve it! Good job guys, good crew!
Thank you a lot for such a great move today. When the truck arrived the condo guards already knew Gary and his crew from prior moves in the building. Easy start and great finish. Price was a spot on match from the estimate. Thanks again!
Impressed thank you a lot. First time using a mover and it was a good one. use this company if you want a good 1st time experience. I was refered to Gary through Better Homes & Gardens of Las Olas Blvd. They seem to have a lot of respect there and using them only showed and proved.
I called Gary and he had a truck at my front door in less then an hour. Move went smooth, price was right. Recommend these guys and using them next time I move.
RUN AWAY FROM THIS MOVING COMPANY!!! They are unreliable, unprofessional and dishonest. Do yourself a favor and AVOID THEM at all costs!
Thank you Authority Van Lines for doing a great job with my move to Georgia. I cant say enough about the job Gary and Kyle did on the loading and on the un-loading. These guys were there early in the morning and worked all day and through the night . I got delivery the next day. Thank you again and a lot for your diligent work ethic.
I think this company is incredible. I am a long time customer of Gary Sr. & Gary Jr. and I have alot of respect for their companies. I have personally seen them go far out of their way to please me as a customer and especially my customers whom I have had them service. I rely on them and they always come through no matter what the situation. They will say yes to every detail and request I have and that is why I choose to use them and only them every time. I recommend Authority Van Lines to the highest standard.
Totally unreliable, moved nothing, kept the money. Had to Pay Gentle Giant to complete the job.
Authority Van Lines showed up on time, packed my household items and handled the move very professional. The crew showed up looking presentable and were very polite & friendly. This was the best move I have ever done using a company and I highly recommend Authority Van Lines for ALL your moving needs.
These guys are super movers the way they wrapped everything in plastic and pads. Moved everything from the house without a scratch and especially into my new apt without a scratch. Use these guys, great movers, love it!
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