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(800) 668-3324

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(617) 923-3700

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59 Rosedale Road

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Patty G

Patty G

02/14/2016

Our late move from New Jersey to South Florida was general smooth and fast. Falcon Van Lines first came over the our place for an appraisal. We took some an opportunity to think it over however since they were neighborhood, we chose to run with them. We had made an arrangement for Friday morning get however it happened that they were not able come that morning and inquired as to whether the get could be Thursday night at 7 pm. We were to some degree disillusioned and baffled that they appeared at 9 pm. Thus, I'm giving 4 stars and not 5. Other than the time issue, we were exceptionally satisfied with the administration gave by Eagle Van Lines. The furniture was all conveyed in the same condition it was gotten and everything was represented. None of the delicate pieces in the crates were broken. Everything was generally as we pressed it. I would prescribe utilizing Eagle Van Lines to the individuals who are moving, locally and crosswise over nation. Much obliged for the smooth move.

Bonnie D

Bonnie D

02/02/2016

We ran with Eagle Van Lines for a nearby move. Our quote from them was not the most reduced but rather it was sensible and I ran with them since they were on favorable terms with BBB. Subsequent to booking them I went over the surveys on Yelp and was scared. Incredibly the move went easily. The movers appeared on time and the move was finished precisely inside of the time they had cited. The folks were extremely wonderful and worked hard. The furniture was in place no scratches, dings or harm and the house we moved into was likewise not harmed at all amid the move. Eli was extraordinary to work with. He was to a great degree responsive and accessible. I would prescribe Eagle Van Lines. Will be utilizing them again for our best course of action!

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