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US DOT #1141917

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1-800-51-MOVER

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(508) 281-8261

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www.dnvanlines.com

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269 Mechanic St

DN Van Lines Moving 269 Mechanic St

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Kelley M

Kelley M

02/15/2016

I as of late utilized DN Van Lines for a 50 mile move subsequent to being alluded to them. It was extraordinary that I was booked for the evening yet then they approached to reschedule me for ahead of schedule morning. Being under a tight time period I took them up on the offer. They were spot on time and courteous. Continuously uplifting news when the cost was somewhat lower than cited. Once more, having moved before and watching movers I was not awed. They are entirely movers. There was no consideration what so ever with my assets or the property. The hardwood floors on both closures had a few evident scratches (gouges) in them and they never let me know. I discovered them. Throughout the years I have buckled down for what I have as furniture and the nature of it. They put a few chips and scratches in a couple pieces, never let me know. It was a blustery day yet nothing was put over the furniture to ensure it nor did they utilize any of the covers that are utilized by different movers. One little lovely stockpiling unit with wicker crate was so wet everything must be taken out and dried out. Shock, never let me know. General I was not content with the absence of admiration they had for my things or my property. Indicates absence of pride in workmanship and disposition. Therefore I would never suggest them. On the off chance that you esteem your belonging discover another person.

Brent P

Brent P

02/02/2016

DN Van Lines was anything but difficult to converse with and to a great degree straightforward in our beginning charge citing discussion. The movers that arrived were benevolent and worked proficiently. The main expense that I didn't foresee paying was a couple bucks for additional pressing tape - I didn't have enough. Everything else value savvy and administration insightful was right in accordance with desire. One thing was marginally harmed amid the move - individuals commit errors. DN Van Lines' administration group was unfathomably responsive and supportive to promptly pay out a speedy case!

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