Daley & Wanzer Inc

USDOT # 101934
821 Nantasket Avenue
Hull, MA 02045
Contact Phone: 800-343-0015
Additional Phone: (781) 925-0015
Company Site: www.daleywanzer.com

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Marcia Tyarks
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I really can't say enough about Daley & Wanzer! My husband and I have worked with them on both local and long distance moves and they always go above and beyond.
All of our moves/storage needs were last minute and somewhat chaotic. Sheila is a rock star, Kate is amazing. The movers, both in Hull and down here in NC, were terrific. Everyone we spoke to and dealt with in the office in Hull was great.
We will hopefully be moving into our permanent home in Chapel Hill in about 8 months, and we really wish D&W had an office here.

I reached D&W t move me out of my condominium on a Monday in late May and into another home the next day. I let them know the dates and they expressed that they could deal with it. So they sent somebody over to give me an assessment - extremely decent respectable man - and he strolled around and made a few notes/counts. So he leaves and the following day I get an appraisal by means of email. I had an inquiry concerning the hours required and messaged Marie - she answered inside of 24 hours and I was fulfilled by her answer. So the following day I call to book the arrangement and OOPS! Apologies, we're completely reserved for that day. All things considered, how might that be? You guaranteed me that you had an opening for me on the dates I required! I am not certain who I was conversing with on the telephone (I think it was Marie however I am not positive). She let me know that she would verify whether perhaps one of the arrangements was not affirmed, in which case I could understand that opening. She guaranteed me that she would get back to me somehow. Indeed, it's been over a week and I have not heard boo from her or any other person at Daley and Wanzer.

These individuals were prescribed to me from somebody I know so I was wanting to utilize them - I didn't get an appraisal from another moving company. So then I was hysterical to discover another moving company to move me. I could book with a trustworthy moving company however I was truly put off by the way I was kicked to the check by D&W. Furthermore, no get back to like they said they would. They simply couldn't have cared less, which makes me think they are not a decent moving company in any case.

Cautioned is forearmed.

I joined with Humboldt Storage and Moving in Canton and will leave an audit for them after the move has been finished. So far they have been remarkable - went to my home, gave me an appraisal, booked the date like they said they would, and so forth.

I can't say enough in regards to how accommodating this moving company was. We required a snappy turnaround as a result of a rooftop breakdown. We had planned Casey movers-yet they exited us hanging. Sheila and her group at Daley and Wanzer were lifelines. They were extremely proficient and went ahead 1 day notice. The group worked eagerly and ensured that we were glad as they stacked and moved. I would not waver to prescribe them. On the off chance that we ever need to move again-this is the team we will call!

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