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Mark Maselli

Mark Maselli

01/26/2020

I used the Exela team for 3 separate moves. Throughout the process they were amazing. During those moves they had 6 different members of the team help and everyone of them was hardworking, considerate, and treated my items as their own. This demonstrated great leadership and commitment from the management to ensure they only hire good employees. During my moves the Exela team had to do everything from disassembly furniture, carefully wrap furniture, and at one point even cut down a tree branch in order to fit the truck into my driveway. They made ever effort to ensure myself or my wife didn't have to carry a single item. Everything they did was professional and showed commitment to their customers. I will continue to use them any of my future moving needs.

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