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Stephen D.

Stephen D.


This will be somewhat of a strange audit, since so far the one thing I truly needed to get moved has yet to be moved, BUT... I have a bit of substantial hardware 48"x48"x28" @ 350lbs I require moved down a slender corridor, turned, and moved into a room. I reached Intelligent Labor and they were incredible about booking a period and giving me an appraisal. Today, they appeared ok on time and went to work, and through no shortcoming of their own the move is presently unimaginable. That being said... they were extraordinary! These folks made a decent attempt, inside of reason, to understand that crate through the entryway. At last they've let me know what I have to do to make it work, and I'm going to have them back to complete the employment. I've never had such a positive involvement with movers... obliging, proficient, and hit into time is an enormous win in my perspective. I'll redesign my audit when the move is really done, however I'm sold.

Tank T.

Tank T.


I fail to compose a survey of them, despite the fact that they did two moves for us, from Woburn MA to Woburn MA, then to our home in southern NH. They were amazing in planning via telephone and email, giving composed gauges, and being awesome with some of our bigger things. Nearby they were quick, without being heedless, they were neighborly, clean, didn't scrape floors, dividers, or door jambs (which is essential on attempting to recover a store), laid out rug insurance and such to move so no foot shaped impressions on rug, and the principal move, both of the experts were incredible, and in the second move, we had the same two, and a third that were fabulous as we anticipated. By and large, value, client administration, people that took care of the moving and transport were all choice.


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