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Elise

Elise

03/09/2020

Scratched up and dented my hardwood floors. His workers were on their phone texting for a lot of the time. I got an eye infection and corneal abrasion that day and was in extreme pain and lost my vision, and they took advantage of the fact that I couldn't see or monitor them well to do a shitty job. Texted him the picture of my dented hardwood floors and never got a reply. If you read his response on Yelp to a negative review he received from another customer, you'll see that it's just insults directed towards the customer. That shows enough of the owner's lack of character.

Benjamin Hebert

Benjamin Hebert

05/23/2018

I hired Burgoff Moving and Hauling to move my 2 bedroom third floor apartment and the crew was outstanding. They were on time, worked straight out until it was done, polite, and took great care of my stuff. Price was very reasonable and I would definitely use them again. Highly recommend!

Carlos D.

Carlos D.

02/09/2016

My wife and I were extremely content with our turn with Jimmy's group back in late November. Thought I had composed an audit as of now, yet we've been somewhat occupied in our new residence. Correspondence is fundamental as you get closer to your turn date. Jimmy was constantly reachable by telephone, quiet for every one of our inquiries, and was exceptionally pleasing considering we needed to change our turn date. The group was gifted, quick, and amicable. Certainly justified regardless of the sensible costs.

Jonathan W

Jonathan W

02/08/2016

In addition to the fact that his is commendable team dedicated, solid, and cautious, however they are thoughtful, affable, and quiet - exactly what any individual who is moving necessities on that extremely upsetting moving day. They are justified regardless of each penny, and I would not waver to prescribe Jimmy's moving organization wholeheartedl

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