Best Deal Movers

1360 Union Hill Rd., Ste. 2-F
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Contact Phone: 404-434-6687
Additional Phone: 678-771-5599
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Moving with Best Deal Movers

Best Deal Movers started as a fantasy our child David had. He, alongside two of his siblings, had worked at moving organizations amid late spring when they were home from school. In the spring of his sophomore year, David harmed his arm while pitching on the school baseball group. Whenever surgery and recovery did not bring the essential results to have the capacity to proceed in the game, David needed to reevaluate what he needed to do. He brought the thought for a moving organization to his father and Best Deal Movers was born.We begun with one truck and an office in our home. The business has kept on developing. Today we have seven trucks and are keeping on growing. We are pleased to give great support of our customers, having been gotten The Best of Kudzu Awards for as long as three years and having been voted by Angie's List individuals to get their Super Service Award for 2013 and 2014.

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We hired Best Deal Movers because of a neighbor's recommendation. This local move did not meet our expectations. The 2-man crew, while polite, were slow-moving and in no hurry to get the job done. Nothing was broken during the move but custom-crafted shelves are missing. Not a pleasant experience.

The folks made an awesome showing, rapidly, and inside of our financial plan. Unquestionably suggest.

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