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Hartman Relocation Service

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800.400.6249

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(978) 534-6249

Website

www.hartmanrelo.com

Our Office

272 Whitney Street

Hartman Relocation Service 272 Whitney Street

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 Stephanie G

Stephanie G

02/15/2016

I will begin by saying the two man group were marvelous. They appeared on time and were proficient. They likewise had a comical inclination that is constantly decent, particularly on a distressing day!! While unloading and bringing the furniture and boxes in they ensured everything was the place you needed it, regardless of the possibility that you are uncertain and needed it moved 5 times! I couldn't have requested a superior move (RI to MA). I would profoundly suggest them. So here's the place they lose a star. Tip to out of state movers: ensure somebody turns out to appraise the heaviness of your belongings!!!! An online stock sheet is sufficiently bad. I was assessed for approx 3k lbs and tipped the scales at more than 4K making my expense just about $300 increasingly when all was said and done. I was told thereafter by one of the movers guideline for thumb is 1k lbs per room. Originating from a 4-5 room appt (that was noted on the online stock sheet) I likely ought to have been evaluated for 4-5k lbs move. Move was finished by then. Not the movers flaw. Simply ensure you get an exact weight gauge former.

Shelley H

Shelley H

02/02/2016

Scott and group were astounding! They were expeditious, proficient and extremely cautious with my furniture. I can't suggest them exceptionally enough. They made my turn extremely smooth!

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