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45 Kelly Drive

Fresh Start Movers 45 Kelly Drive

Our family owned and operated moving service is the most valuable thing we possess, and we know how much you agree with this when it comes to things you own in your home. When you are moving, it is easy to work with a moving organization that comprehends the significance of moving your items. It is easy for any company to move your items. But we treat you items as if they were owr own. Fortunately, Fresh Start Movers can do all the work associated iwht moving and relocation..... It is the thing that we call "Moving Made Easy". Your certainty and fulfillment is imperative to us. We promise that we will deliver only the highest quality service we are capabele of, and we wont stop until you are completely satisfied with the job we have done.

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Alex S

Alex S

02/19/2016

STAY AWAY. I booked three moving aides for three hours and even affirmed the prior night however nobody appeared. Far and away more terrible, I had a go at calling the moving company for a considerable length of time and was never ready to get somebody on the telephone. I even took a stab at reaching the proprietor/supervisor's PDA (with whom I had affirmed the prior night), and he to...

STAY AWAY. I booked three moving aides for three hours and even affirmed the prior night however nobody appeared. Far and away more terrible, I had a go at calling the moving company for a considerable length of time and was never ready to get somebody on the telephone. I even took a stab at reaching the proprietor/supervisor's PDA (with whom I had affirmed the prior night), and he totally overlooked my calls and messages and I never got notification from him again. On the off chance that you are perusing this Anthony, that is not how you maintain a business. It was an aggregate disaster and an enormous impairment. Use another moving company.

Erica L

Erica L

03/14/2016

Fresh Start Movers were an extraordinary accomplice in our turn. This was my fifth move and I can say definitely, this was the best experience of all of them. It began with the PEOPLE! Allison, Brian, and John were incredible from beginning to end. They over conveyed landing time, arrangements to finish move, got some information about particular needs, ensured everybody treated our t...

Fresh Start Movers were an extraordinary accomplice in our turn. This was my fifth move and I can say definitely, this was the best experience of all of them. It began with the PEOPLE! Allison, Brian, and John were incredible from beginning to end. They over conveyed landing time, arrangements to finish move, got some information about particular needs, ensured everybody treated our things they way they would treat their own, and were overwhelmingly incredible individuals. They ensured that their partners spoke to them the same way......always working, continually captivating, continually reacting with yes sir yes ma'am, and appeared to mess around with an intense employment! Furthermore, their experience and demonstrable skill. In spite of the fact that they are simply beginning as a LLC, the group showed involvement with every part of the move. In every one of my moves, have never encountered a group appear on time with all things required to finish the employment as of not long ago.

Lisa Pouncey

Lisa Pouncey

07/16/2020

STAY AWAY Fresh Start Movers are the worst. I can not in good conscience recommend them to anyone. The packers did an extremely poor job, leaving room in big boxes and packing the truck on outbound in such a way to take extra space in order to charge more. They packed and charged for 1000 square foot truck on outbound but delivered our things Packed in a 12-foot by 10-foot by 7-foot ...

STAY AWAY Fresh Start Movers are the worst. I can not in good conscience recommend them to anyone. The packers did an extremely poor job, leaving room in big boxes and packing the truck on outbound in such a way to take extra space in order to charge more. They packed and charged for 1000 square foot truck on outbound but delivered our things Packed in a 12-foot by 10-foot by 7-foot section of the truck - 840 square feet. That overage resulted in a lot of extra money to pay. The driver took off without providing copies of the paperwork. Once they had the money they took off. I called and called. I would get text messages from Brian who never kept his promises. I asked for them to text copies of the paperwork. Never got them. Plus our things arrived damaged. Do yourself a favor and pass on using them.

Brian Earick

Brian Earick

08/26/2020

My wife and I started this company. We dissolved it in 2016. Someone is using the (Fresh Start Movers) name and scamming people. Check with the State of Georgia MCCD division to see who are licensed movers in the state before you hire them. Erica L is a move we did and this is how we conducted business with people. Do not hire these people using Fresh Start Movers name

My wife and I started this company. We dissolved it in 2016. Someone is using the (Fresh Start Movers) name and scamming people. Check with the State of Georgia MCCD division to see who are licensed movers in the state before you hire them. Erica L is a move we did and this is how we conducted business with people. Do not hire these people using Fresh Start Movers name

edna l

edna l

09/09/2020

STAY AWAY. They take your deposit and never return calls,txts or emails. Brian was really nice to begin with and that ended after deposit was received. My gut told me something was wrong and boy should I have paid attention.

STAY AWAY. They take your deposit and never return calls,txts or emails. Brian was really nice to begin with and that ended after deposit was received. My gut told me something was wrong and boy should I have paid attention.

Jane Doe

Jane Doe

09/29/2020

This company is CRAP!! If I could swear about them on here I would!! My children hired this company to move them and the move took place over 2 weeks ago! Their household goods were picked up on a Friday evening and promised the goods would be delivered the following Monday, Tuesday at the latest. They still haven't gotten their items and this so called company can't give them ans...

This company is CRAP!! If I could swear about them on here I would!! My children hired this company to move them and the move took place over 2 weeks ago! Their household goods were picked up on a Friday evening and promised the goods would be delivered the following Monday, Tuesday at the latest. They still haven't gotten their items and this so called company can't give them answers. A police report has been filed and am hoping that it gets results! DO NOT, I REPEAT: DO NOT use this joke of a moving company!! You will not get your items and will only get the run-around when trying to get answers on it!! I truly don't think they even deserve 1 star...Only giving them that as the workers who picked up their items were polite.

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