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Worst experience with a moving company ever! Will never recommend them to anyone. Absolutely nothing Zen about this company.
I felt confident with Joel and Tom who were trustworthy, personable and more than reliable.
We recently moved from Santa Fe to Washington State and Ben and his crew were amazing to say the least. They had to shuttle everything down our very steep hill and they stayed focused and took great care of all of our belongings. When we met them at our new home it was the same thing. They got the job done fast and efficient. And the bonus is that they are great guys. They are respectful, kind, considerate, might I add darling, and a pleasure to be around. Good luck Ben and Tom.
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I enlisted these movers to move my furniture and some of my effects from a storage unit to my new home. The two men that showed up were truly kind, great folks. In any case, they didn't have experience. They were not by any means sufficiently strong to carry everything and they were slow. The two men I had helping me in Montana could do the same work in a fraction of the time. Along these lines, this mover is quite costly.
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