U Santini Movers
Moving with U Santini Movers
Michael Sosa and Justin O. did an excellent job and were very careful with moving my items. Simi was a pleasure to meet as well. I was, however, given a quote of $545 and the actual cost ended up being $730.50. That is quite a far ways off from the quoted price.
I have some delicate stuff, and nothing was harmed amid transportation. Proceed, book a move with them now.
I recently moved to Park Slope and I should say that U. Santini was great! I was nervous on moving day, yet the movers arrived early and went above and beyond! Tito was the name of part of the crew and he took the time to reassemble my child's crib and set up in my new home! They were careful with the dividers when getting furniture and even put paper down so my wood floor wouldn't get scratched. The owner, Dan came by and checked in middle of the day to ensure all was going well. Once more, I was very surprised! Now that I'm a local I stop by his office every so often to see his dog, Lola and have been able to know his dad who still works the business. Extraordinary company, incredible family and awesome experience! I adore my new Park Slope home...but having U. Santini move me practically makes me want to move just to work with them once more! I think that is why they've been doing business for so long.
I can't recommend this moving company enough. This is the third moving company I have employed and they are by a wide margin the most experienced, quick and careful with your belonging. The move was completely smooth , they painstakingly set up our furniture back together and were troopers as they went all up and down the stairs without complaints in our new home which didn't have an AC yet. We lived above Santini before and used them for our last move, we never, ever had an issue with any of their staff. They are attentive, respectful and proficient in their work both with their clients and the eachother all in all. Thank you Brian and group for the awesome service!
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