Ace Van Lines
Moving with Ace Van Lines
We enlisted this moving company to move us a short separation (we had a LOT of stuff). They were great. Timely, considerate, great teamworkers (had a group of 3), not all that much chitter-jabber. They moved some stuff that I didn't think people were able to do! I was extremely anxious about utilizing movers (novice) and everything was incredible.
The ONLY thing that broke was our printer, yet that was our shortcoming for not moving it ourselves...and it wasn't the best printer in any case.
Utilized these folks twice inside of a couple of weeks. When I initially touched base in CT from MN, they moved me in. It was an alright affair, not incredible, but rather superior to anything normal. When I needed to move inside of a month out of the blue, I called them again and they were far better and extremely productive. I'd prescribe them. My one room flat got moved in 4 hours.
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