HMS Van Lines
Moving with HMS Van Lines
Superb, responsive administration. I just scaled down from house to flat, and moved bunches of fine art, great furniture, pottery and dishes. Keith was mindful and responsive, and the moving folks were gracious, well disposed, dedicated and watchful with each thing.
It was a delight to work with the whole group.
I had 3 Moving company give cites. Every one of the 3 went to my home to do the evaluation during a period when I didn't know whether I was placing stuff away or moving specifically to another spot. moving company A wouldn't give me both quotes; Company B just gave me one. HMS was the third, and cited both choices with careful subtle element. In view of Keith's great level of point of interest, I picked HMS over the lower quote. Three incredible folks came and stuffed my 3 room home on an appallingly hot day, including the upper room that was similar to a stove. 5 folks moved my stuff into capacity the following day in a couple of hours. Each and every fellow on both groups worked insane quick, and all were conscious and cautious with my home and property. AND...my work turned out altogether under the assessment, despite the fact that I included full valuation protection (since I've had my stuff destroyed in past moves). I've done 4 house moves in 30 years. This was the slightest stretch free. One recommendation is that they ought to have an aggregate section on the assessment for pressing materials AND work - the evaluation structure can be a bit of confounding, yet as I said, the aggregate came in under the asking cost. Doesn't typically happen with anything identified with moving! To a great degree content with the astounding level of administration. Every one of their folks, Keith, and Tracy in the workplace, go path well beyond.
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