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If you’re moving to the Boston area, you understand that having a native Bostonian on your side can do wonders for your transition. The city of Boston and all its many surrounding areas were mapped out before there were cars, so instead of conforming to the grid system like most every city in the United States, Boston is unique in its winding, nonsensical streets and seemingly random inlets to the famous Boston Harbor. When you’re moving in the Boston area, whether you’ve lived here all your life or you’re starting a new chapter in Beantown, you know that having a crew of dedicated individuals to help you out is crucial in having a successful move. This is where Burkhardt Brothers Movers & Storage steps in. This is a full service moving company designed to exceed the expectations of its customers. With this crew on your side, you’ll be out with the old and in with the new in no time. The moving services Burkhardt offers will fit every type of move, at every budget.
Let’s say that you’re moving locally. Whether you’re in Boston Proper or on the South Shore in Scituate, Weymouth or Hingham, you can be certain that these guys are the movers for you. Their expertise spans over 125 years, as the Burkhardt Movers got their start moving homes in the year 1888. Since then, they have helped over 350, 000 people relocate both in the Boston area and even long-distance. Every item in your home is guaranteed to be treated with the utmost quality, and the movers on the teammate Burkhardt Brothers are heavily trained to handle even the most bulky of items with ease; things like pianos, pool tables, and even hot tubs! When you choose Burkhardt Brothers, you’re choosing a company with a time-honored tradition of service, satisfaction, and stellar performance.
If you’re moving your office or business Burkhardt is the only one you need to have on your radar. The businesses movers on staff at Burkhardt Brothers are hardworking, dedicated, and thoroughly skilled to ensure that all your needs are met so that your business can stay open smoothly as long as possible. The guys at Burkhardt know very well that time is money, and they want to make sure that no time is wasted so that in turn, no money is wasted. This company can service business types ranging from restaurants to medical clinics, and everywhere in between. With so many businesses moving every day in this changing economy, you know you want only the best of the best when it comes to who handles your relocation.
The awesome moving services don’t stop there. With Burkhardt Brothers, you can move across the country, or even to the other side of the world and be greeted by all your household goods when you get there. Long distance moves are made possible by the highly qualified staff, and no move is too far to be taken care of by the Burkhardt Brothers. Additionally, whether you’re staying local, moving long-distance, or relocating your home or business, these guys are committed to providing quality service in every area. That means that with every Burkhardt Brothers move, you have the option of a precise packing job done by the most skilled hands. Burkhardt Bros. knows that your things mean so much to you, so they want to ensure that every item is packed and wrapped to the best degree so that no damages occur.
If you’re downsizing and decluttering before your move, you can check out their website at www.burkhardtbrothers.com for a list of local charities and organizations who are more than happy to take your old, unwanted items off your hands. Also, if you are moving to a smaller home or business location but want to keep your extra things or furniture for another time, you can make use of the state-of-the-art storage facility that Burkhardt Brothers offers. With climate control to protect against harsh New England winters as well as the sweltering summers and alarms to ward off theft, your items will stay safe and sound in the storage move warehouse owned and operated by Burkhardt Bros. in Hingham.
Contacting Burkhardt Brothers for a totally free quote has never been more of a cinch: just go to the website (www.burkhardtbrothers.com) or give them a ring at either (800) 287-0144 or (781) 337-0144. A qualified moving consultant will be able to assess the types of moving services you need and give you a price point that you want. Also, you can check the reviews and the rating here on Moving Authority and see for yourself that the level of service Burkhardt Brothers provides is incredible. When you’re moving, let the experience make the decision for you. Be sure to hire the movers who have been doing this since the 1800s: Burkhardt Brothers.
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So many 5 star reviews to read - what could possibly go wrong? Nothing that couldn't have been completely avoided. Maybe my little apartment move wasn't enough for them, so they had to make it more worthwhile to them? I just don't know. It started out with a good estimate. Not the highest one, not the lowest one, just right in the sweet spot. The estimator was friendly, professional and explained everything. So a few days later, after making my comparisons, I called and booked a day of packing and moving the next day after that. Normally I would pack up myself but trying to get it together between medical issues was daunting, so I bit the bullet and had them do it. It was my lifetime move #33 so not having to pack up was admittedly going to be an improvement on my usual stress-fests! Two packers were friendly, seemed professional and were super speedy-they arrived at 9am as planned. Basically they reassured me I could get out of the way while they worked. Off I went to a medical appointment. They were gone by 2pm with only a few items left for the next day. Tips were handed out and everyone was happy. Next day four movers arrived at 9am and started right in. I was expecting two movers but as it turned out they were killing time while waiting for another job to start so I was unexpectedly paying for their waiting time. Not a huge deal since it meant they'd be done twice as fast. All in all, there were very few glitches and the move was done by early afternoon. Surprise #1: the final bill was 20% higher than the estimate. I expected 10% but 20%? Yikes. I'd have gone with a mover who's moved me before (but who always breaks something) based on the estimate. Not so much I can do at that point, so . . .again, tips were disbursed, they left happy with the leftover breakfast donuts. Then I started unpacking. Surprise #2: a few hours in unpacking and I opened one of the bigger boxes, a china box. Usually packed with dishes & kitchen stuff, this one had even more paper than the previous ones, which were chock-full of packing paper. And more paper, and more paper and . . . yes, more paper all the way to the bottom of the box. Nothing but lots of paper wadded and screwed up in bunches to fill the boxes. Unpacking one empty box after another was a punch. All total, five large boxes with nothing but paper. Why?? Surprise #3: once I finally got everything unpacked I realized: I was missing two walking canes, one about 45 years old brought back from Barbados, with a carved fish head on top and one Amazon Choice with purple flowers for the last knee surgery. I called Burkhardt Brothers to inquire (1) if they had my walking sticks, (2) why the final total cost went 20% over, and (3) why bother stuffing boxes with paper if they were going to overcharge me anyway??caveat emptor and be FAR more watchful than I was if Burkhardt Bros pack you up because being charged for the empty boxes and a ton of packing paper is just adding insult to injury.
Extraordinary experience....and that says a great deal on the grounds that moving sucks. The rep approached give us an assessment before I booked them (I was looking for quotes). Did he give me an assessment as well as gave me a few tips on the best way to spare cash with the move and getting composed for the move. Day of the move, three movers landed on time and prepared to work. They were watchful with our old furniture and dismembered our IKEA cots easily. They completed on time and came in under the first estimate....always a reward.
Burkhardt as of late moved me between lofts in Boston. They made a fantastic showing. They utilized a little truck and 2 movers. The movers were well disposed and effective and the move just took around 2 hours complete. They made a point to ask which things I needed moved (I had roomate's effects blended in with mine), and where to put the bigger pieces (sleeping pad, work area, dresser, and so on.). Everything was treated with consideration and I was never stressed over things breaking or being misused. They made a procedure a great many people fear as charming and simple as could reasonably be expected. Unquestionably utilize Burkhardt in the event that you need a bother free move!
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