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Andrew C

Andrew C


I as of late utilized T.E. Andresen to move my entire business to another area and would give them 10 stars if conceivable. Everybody I managed was to a great degree proficient and accommodating, from Jim the business rep to the complete moving team. With legitimate arranging ,we moved a complete car carport with equiptment and mechanical racking in two days and just lost two days of business.I couldn't have been more inspired or upbeat. The moving teams/trucks moved with military exactness. I was even content with the cost , which appeared like a deal. Trustworthy and on time!!!!

Gail H

Gail H


I utilized Andresen numerous years prior to move an excellent piano from east drift to west drift, so when we needed to move back toward the east drift we chose to utilize them once more. Jack Hennessey is truly neighborly and is willing to dive into issues to determine them. We were confounded about when the neighborhood temporary worker with United was going to come and I was really restless since it must be on the assigned day. Jack made a few calls and got the genuine answers - there never was an issue, yet he got specifics that guaranteed us that everything was going to run easily with an on-time move. The movers were extremely proficient and secured all our stuff. Just 2 little glass things softened up the whole family unit move and I think about that as a decent result. The movers touched base in precisely one week on the other coast - stunning, that was quick! Generally speaking I'm exceptionally content with T.E. Andresen, by and by and their United Van Lines partners. I would exceptionally suggest


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