Moving with Preferred Movers
NH ppl, be aware!
We have at first reserved a local business movers to completely move us from NH to TX Jan 29th 2018 a month beforehand to be prepared and all. The company in North Hampton NH Preferred Movers claimed they do weekly long distances from NH to South of USA... the owner Patrick Briemer and his sales guy Zack come to our 650 square feet apt in Hampton to give us an estimate asnd sign contract if we like his pricing on a Friday morning weeks before the big move date. Seems like they are nice guys and all and reassure us that they often do this long distance move and not to worry. He said he will be able to load the truck on Jan 29th around 7am to 9am and have it delivered and unload to our new home in TX around February 8th. We accepted and we started packing and all. Mind you we call at least 3 weeks ahead to plan this. Now let's fasforward this to Jan 24th Wednesday before the big moving date Monday Jan 29th pickup. The owner calls me up and tells me that he lost another big shipment that was supposed to go South with our stuff because our load was not very big. He ends up saying as a courtesy call he will still be able to pickup our things on Jan 29th but will only delivered our things around February 19th..thats if he can signup another household to go South with our things!!! 3 long weeks minimum to wait without all our house belongings 2000 miles away. We were furious! He said he will make some calls to a sister company called Ray the Mover in Manchester NH (another lying and no ethic company btw that's another story). We are only few days away from the move and we have a bunch of our pets to drive cross country for 27 hours and we won't have our things at least for another 3 weeks!
We are panicking, furious, disappointed and worried. We tried to call him back the next day Thursday Jan 25th, the following day after Friday Jan 26th to no avail the owner Patrick Brieme and his sales guy Zack never answer or call back. Friday all morning I call all different local movers but with no success due to last minute notice no one has availability to move us in three days which would be Monday Jan 29th. I drove to Preferred Movers in North Hampton 10 min away... and tried to see if the owner was there or Zack his salesguy. Only to findout that none of those two were there but their secretary. I was upset but remained calm. This is a huge move, a lot of stress and this owner just keep ignoring our calls! I told the secretary about the situation and she tells me: that they rarely drive to TX and sometimes have shipments to FL only but dont believe they ever went to TX! After she called Patrick the owner he chickened out didn't even have the courtesy to speak to me and I was standing there listening to his and her conversation. I canceled our reservation right on the spot. Secretary even offered her husband number to load our UPACK containers behind her boss. Wow.
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 procured 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 occupation than we could have ever done.
Express gratitude toward YOU!!!!!!!
The truck simply left and thank you, bless your heart. Much obliged to you.
From start to finish, with the juggle of yes, we can get to you from Pat, to the A+ group of Chris and Chris who landed amid the Christmas snow storm with our turn . To Jim, the dispatcher and the last leg of conveyance of Frank and John completing off with proceeding with the A+ administration.
Yes, they are in the same class as you can get.
We exceptionally prescribe them.
Snow, little, one way, city avenues, storm, not on the first get list for a move.....
Gee, not a snag for this moving company.
If it's not too much trouble take note of, this move was an extra that day for the Preferred Movers. My child moved from Boston, amid the Christmas snow storm from a small road on the third floor to Buffalo, NY.
Favored Movers , proficient, genuine, great cost, constantly accessible.
Yes, call them and contract them. So happy we did.
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