NL Wilson Moving
Moving with NL Wilson MovingBUSINESS HOURS:
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Saturday, 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
In my opinion this was the worst case of business etiquette someone that a company could do for a client. NL Wilson initially did a very thorough job in estimating the cost and weight to relocate us. The movers were very friendly and took great care of our items. They ensured they were protected and both homes were protected from damage. Now to the truth of the matter. I called two weeks prior confirming the date and pickup as well as the delivery date and time. I felt the truck they might send would be too small based on some of the bulky items we had. They assured us that based on the information from the estimate, the truck would have plenty of space. Concerned, I sold a lot of our larger, bulkier and heavy items to reduce the amount of weight and space. The estimate was for 8000lbs our total was over 10000lbs. Costing us another $800 in moving expenses. The best part of the story is the fact they left a 1/2 room of items. They provided me with no instructions, directions or contact numbers. I tried numerous times to call the office to find a solution. There was no answer and the office close at 5pm. I was forced to rent a Uhaul, load my own items and take them to my new location. One owner called around 10pm stating that they would reimburse me for the hassle, rental etc. When we arrived, they will not unload your items until you are fully paid. I voiced my concerns again and paid the quoted amount, waiting to be reimbursed for the extra hassle which was promised. Three weeks later with numerous email chains and phone calls, they decided they do not want to reimburse me. They look at it as a favor that they hauled more than the estimated amount. Everyone said they would have done the same thing. I felt the manager was disrespectful and showed no apathy. I would advise people to seek other movers and read the fine details they provide. I would NEVER recommend them to anyone and would actually suggest avoiding them if at all possible.
We've contracted these folks twice. Once when we moved around the local area and the second time when we moved to another city. They are exceptionally proficient, gracious, and accommodating. I would prescribe them on the off chance that you require help moving.
Once again, NL Wilson Movers did a great job! Definitely will recommend them!
Unimaginable moving knowledge. Moving is upsetting and movers are famous for aggravating it. Not NL Wilson. They made moving fun! They were proficient, affable, amenable, cautious with the greater part of our family's fortunes, and carefully secured the floors, stairs, rails, and doorjambs so nothing was hurt in the move. The team we had was dedicated and brisk! I would exceptionally prescribe NL Wilson for any individual who needs a mover.
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