LV Moving Company
Moving with LV Moving Company
I moved with LV Moving couple of days ago, the moving group was on time, proficient, customer service was incredible, I will definitely hire them in future !!!
Jennifer Dances on a pole
I would like one's own magnify this moving employment because they gave me free boxes for it. lol.
The bunch seemed that they could produce well. I moved from Chula Vista city, California to las Vegas Nevada. They swathed, filled, and adequately took care of my Fish tank which is Glass.
They did one proud and were very expert and discreet in setting up my bed which is a temper down cover. Not any of my leather stools were out of kilter. Tory and the other russian men sorry cant remember there names were superb.
I'm Faithful and devoted.
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