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 Kristyn S

Kristyn S

02/14/2016

I work for an moving company that agreements distribution centers year-round for various establishments and rollouts and by a wide margin this is one of the WORST stockrooms we have ever utilized and I can say its absolutely impossible we'll be utilizing them again. Our installer went to get hardware and what ends up being the proprietors girl was shouting at him the entire time. I was on the flip side to ensure he grabbed all the gear he required for the introduce and I could hear her shouting at him the whole time. Totally uncalled for and I prescribe everybody not to give this stockroom your business.

Emmy G

Emmy G

02/02/2016

I March I had the people at United - Paul W Taylor pack up my home and move my assets from Massachusetts to Washington. The people who came and stuffed my home were magnificent and the movers who unloaded the truck in Seattle were awesome as well. After six months, I was moving back to MA and there was most likely who I was going to utilize. Once more, the people at United were awesome. They made an extraordinary showing pressing my containers and a far and away superior occupation emptying to my new residence in Massachusetts! In both cases, the movers landed at their last destination exactly when they said they would..no delays. The expense was superior to anything companions who have utilized the Pods. If I somehow happened to move once more, I would call the people at Paul W Taylor and orchestrate my turn with Sherry and Fred, and solicitation Kiki as my driver!

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