Bean Moving & Storage

USDOT # 125550
220 Avalon Cir Ste B
Brandon, MS 39047
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Beans Moving and storage is a number of agents for Atlas Van Lines inc in Indiana and this is the DOT number stated above. Bean Moving and Storage has level to maintain by his Van Line association requires them to be committed to Atlas van line standard to service. Bean Movers has Storage facilty for long or short term storage.

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Let me say, I was awed from the minute Gary and Matt touched base at my entryway. These two young fellows, stacked my home with consideration into their truck and conveyed it to my capacity with the building of a NASA group! The took extraordinary consideration of me, my solicitations and necessities. I remarkable occupation and financially savvy no doubt. I will approach them again next move. I was in a tight time period and they fit the bill to say the very least. Call them first! Much obliged to you Matt and Gary!!!!!

I need to kind of concur with the principal analyst. I did a crosscountry move moreover. Furthermore, I detest written work contrary surveys on the grounds that there were great individuals who attempted to be extremely useful alongside way. In particular Pam in the fundamental office and Jim in the principle office.

Be that as it may, the move general was an extremely befuddled, nerve-wracking knowledge. A few things appeared to lose all sense of direction in the interpretation (read: beneath normal correspondence). On the front-end the movers were late arriving and when they did arrive they appeared to have no clue what was going on?? What's more, being late truly was dangerous seeing we were leaving that day to go crosswise over nation.

I figure the lesson is keep your arrangements greatly adaptable while moving in light of the fact that you never recognize what is going to happen! Furthermore, read surveys before picking a moving organization. That is one thing I didn't do and SHOULD have done.

At that point on the back end - nobody would/could affirm when my things were to arrive. Fortunately we were staying with family so it was less of an issue. However, I was extremely happy I had a clerks check and did NOT pay ahead of time. Especially if my stuff were to stay in limbo for some uncertain timeframe.

Once our things arrived, the movers around there (MN) had no clue what the records implied or what was in the crates. I figure they had an alternate framework for checking things. One mover instructed me to ensure I requested an incomplete discount in light of the fact that even HE thought the whole process was a bit misused.

At that point I couldn't have cared less. I was simply happy my things arrived securely though days late.

One positive side note: I got a halfway discount via the post office yesterday without petitioning for any change. So that was a heads-up client administration proceed onward their part. That is the reason I gave two stars rather than one.

Good fortunes. I'm certain no moving company is great. Particularly with enormous, crosscountry moves.

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