Preferred Moving Systems

USDOT # 1697447
42950 EXECUTIVE DR
HARRISON TOWNSHIP, MI 48045
Harrison Township
Michigan
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Additional Phone: (586) 463-3328
Company Site: https://www.wheatonworldwide.com/find-a-local-agent/agents/preferred-moving-systems/

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This was our most costly move and it was justified regardless of each and every penny!!!!!

My spouse and I purchased our first house! We both work a ton of hours and split or second moves so we didn't have at whatever time to pack.

We enlisted favored movers to pack and move our stuff for as quite a bit of an anxiety free move as we could have. They stuffed our things with consideration and improved employment than we could have ever done.

Express gratitude toward YOU!!!!!!!

I procured them to move some furniture (counting an upright piano) and bunches of boxes. They made an incredible showing! ontime, productive, perfect and cautious. I would procure them in a moment. Truth be told, one year from now when I move once more, I will call them. The proprietor, Dan is inviting and supportive.

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