Rogers Service Group
Moving with Rogers Service Group
The people at Roger's are very friendly, but they're totally disorganized. I had some items in storage there for about ten years. Over that time, I added a few more things every few years. About a month ago I took it all out and found that they had no records for more than half of my stuff (there were inventory stickers on everything, but no inventory sheets for most of it) and that several items had been lost. I called the warehouse supervisor and left a message, but he never returned my call.
Absolutely amateurish and
unpracticed. Part of strain between these folks - surely not acting as a group. Move wound up taking twice the length expected and all my expansive wooden furniture touched base with various dings and marks. No endeavor by the workplace to correct my grumblings even after different calls. Shocking client administration.
To the extent booking and the real moving administrations, the folks were incredible and everything was done rapidly and professionally. Would I utilize them once more? Yes.
The movers were wonderful, very helpful, knowledgeable, and friendly. Good move.
Working with the Rogers Service Group was most likely one of my most terrible experiences ever. On moving day the truck was late, the director was inconsiderate and stalked off to talk with his supervisor for over one hour while I was put on hold, they were not well prepared as far as trolleys or other moving gear, they declined to secure my furniture - each piece was damaged and they declined to give any help with the insurance claim. On the off chance that I had used an alternate service I expect the entire procedure would have been a great deal less distressing and my nearly fresh out of the box new furniture would at present look better as opposed to the scratches, marks, blasts and repairs I now have. I would never hire this company - look for someone more professional.
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