Oz Moving & Storage
Moving with Oz Moving & Storage
I don't normally write reviews for companies but Oz Moving & Storage did such a great job with my move that I feel they truly deserve a good review. They are actually a company that I highly recommend using for your next move. If you are too busy or if you are unable to move on your own, they will provide you with affordable prices that will enable you to move without having to actually carry anything. I'm a very busy person throughout the whole week so I was unable to set aside a few hours to move on my own. Instead I hired Oz and when they came, I just dictated to them what I wanted to be moved and they did the rest of the work. By hiring them, they only took 3 hours and were off to my new apartment which was one city away. I was actually able to work on my own things with my laptop while they were packing everything. Once they headed off to my new apartment, I headed off with them, opened up my apartment and continued to work on my own work while they unpacked and move my things into my new apartment. When they finished, I was able to relax for the evening in my new home as most of my things were already placed where I wanted them to be. If you are a busy person and need a mover to help free up time for you, I highly recommend Oz Moving & Storage to take care of your move.
We were greatly content with Oz Moving. We had Alex and his group; they were awesome! We had them do the majority of the pressing, and they were amazingly proficient. They stuffed and moved our whole (1BR) loft in 1 day.
We had somewhat of a convoluted move - we were moving inside the Upper West Side of Manhattan, yet needed to get some sofas from a capacity unit in New Jersey (1 hour away). Alex and his team had no issue with that - they began in NJ, grabbed the couches from the capacity unit, then met us at our old condo. They took care of everything - including our accumulation of ~100 glass puppets. NOT A SINGLE ONE broke amid the move.
When we landed at the new flat, they moved all the furniture in and reassembled the informal lodging. They asked us which room we needed every crate in, and they put everything where we needed.
My sibling stayed over with us the night prior to the move and the night after at the new place - everything was sufficiently smooth for a visitor to be there just a few hours subsequent to touching base at the new place!
Awesome administration, super proficient, respectful, on time, and at a flawless cost. I can't laud their administrations enough.
I've moved twice with Oz and both times everything went easily. Most recently, I moved long distance. Their price was by a long shot the best, and the movers were exceptionally kind and supportive. I highly recommend Oz.
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