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Gentle Giant is an award winning Boston moving company built on more than 30 years of experience, offering the best quality local and national moving, storage, and packing services.
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Kimberly Woods

Kimberly Woods

02/08/2016

Awesome experience with Gentle Giant. From the minute I called, I dealt with exceptionally friendly and proficient individuals and when I had an inquiry, it was addressed speedily. The final price after the move was well under the estimate I had gotten and this is because of the wonderful movers we had. These folks never slow down, are professional and take care of both your belongings and you as their client. They even took away some junk for us and cheerfully dismantled some furniture that we hadn't previously. I would highly recommend hiring them and certainly will again on the off chance that I have to later on.

Kenny Bickmaster

Kenny Bickmaster

06/13/2015

Good Good movers. took a little time getting to my new house but over all they were good.

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