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Kathleen M

Kathleen M


I have utilized this branch of Two Men and a Truck three times in the previous three years. Clearly I would not have utilized them more than once on the off chance that they weren't proficient, useful, and legitimate. Each time the movers have done pretty much as they guaranteed, and I trust they are not out to gouge clients as some moving organizations are wont to do. I trust I am not going to move again at any point in the near future, but rather if/when I do, these are the general population I will call.

Katherine P

Katherine P


I employed Two Men and a Truck to help me move a weekend ago. Pam in the workplace was exceptionally useful in noting my inquiries and masterminding points of interest. The movers called to let me know they were en route, touched base toward the start of the cited window and were exceptionally charming. They moved rapidly however were not reckless. The way that they could get my curiously large sofa down my slender stairs in only a couple of minutes was amazingly great. Counting a snappy stop at the ReUse Center to drop off a couple pieces that would not fit in my new residence, the whole move took 1.25 hours. I didn't need to manage the bother of moving (especially with my slender/startling steps) and paid under $300, which I'm told is great. I certainly suggest TM&aT!


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