Shur-Way Moving & Cartage
Moving with Shur-Way Moving & Cartage
Shur-Way Moving & Cartage is one of Chicagoland’s oldest family-owned moving companies with over 60 years of experience. We are a full service moving company for the Chicagoland area, with packing, storage and transportation services for your residential and commercial needs. Our teams of experienced professionals are bonded and insured and focused on making your move as stress free as possible.
I utilized these folks a year back to move a room set from a house to a rental and they made an awesome showing. They needed to bring a substantial dresser down a winding staircase and made a decent showing - it's extremely harrowing and I was content with the result. They were extremely decent, cautious and sensible. I'm going to utilize them again in the same limit and will redesign my audit if anything changes however I would suggest them for any little/loft sort moves.
We needed to move a major office and distribution center. We called three organizations. Shurway beat them by a 1/3 in cost. The end bill came in even lower. However, there's more than the cost.
Our turn went easily. There were zero hiccups. They have a remarkable group working for you; each of them are thoughtful, expert, brisk, and honest. I can't say enough awesome things in regards to them. It was a joy.
Our deals rep's, josh Murray, adaptability with us and taking the majority of our calls was all that much refreshing; particularly in regards to our distribution center issues. He made an overwhelming undertaking basic!
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 40 million United States citizens have moved annually over the last decade. Of those people who have moved in the United States, 84.5% of them have moved within their own state, 12.5% have moved to another state, and 2.3% have moved to another country.
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