Bluebell Relocation Services Nj
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MEMBER OF BBB: YES
US DOT # 2637359
ICC MC # 965836
INSURANCE ON FILE: $750,000
YEAR OF ESTD: 5/1/2015
Hours of Operation
MONDAY-SATURDAY 6:30 AM - 6:30 PM
SUNDAYS 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
ALL MAYOR CREDIT CARDS, CASH, PAYPAL AND CERTIFIED CHECKS
100.0% Recommended based on user reviews
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Communication with Bluebell Relocation Services was great. They called multiple times from their office to update us about the progress of the move. They even called to announce their arrival at the new destination and I stepped outside to see the large truck carrying our stuff. We have used this moving service twice and they have made our relocation very easy on both occasions. Bluebell Relocation Services are very reliable, use them for your moving ne...
Bluebell Relocation Services are trustworthy and showed great professionalism when they helped me during my move from NJ to OH. The moving team arrived exactly on time and superbly did all the work with great care. By the end of the process, all my stuff was as good as before the move. I have to thank these movers for their professionalism and greatly affordable service.
Next time you are in need of efficient and excellent relocation services, just get in touch with Bluebell Relocation Services and you will not lack a story to tell. You will have all the reasons to smile. You will be a witness to how good they are in what they do. I did not believe all these when I first heard them. Later on, when I hired out these movers, I realized it was all true. They proved to me that the trust people had in them was actually earne...
I was very happy with Bluebell Relocation Services. Their prices are very reasonable and the movers that helped us were very careful, diligent and professional. Our move turned out to be much more difficult than originally anticipated but they did not try to charge a cent more than they quoted. It also helps that the guys had very nice and pleasant personalities - this always makes moving much easier. i would surely reuse them in case I plan to relocate...
I was impressed with the customer service from my first phone call to the end of the job. The price quoted was extremely reasonable, the movers worked efficiently, diligently and were careful with the furniture, some of which were antiques. They arrived on time and were courteous. They treated everything with care, and were all courteous and pleasant to talk to. I would use this company again and highly recommend Bluebell Relocation Services to anyone.
Richard H. Abraham
Communication with Bluebell Relocation Services was great. They called multiple times from their office to update us about the progress of the move. They even called to announce their arrival at the new destination and I stepped outside to see the large truck carrying our stuff. We have used this moving service twice and they have made our relocation very easy on both occasions. Bluebell Relocation Services are very reliable, use them for your moving needs.
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