Good & Fair Carting & Moving
Moving with Good & Fair Carting & Moving
With over sixty years in the moving business, we have learned what it takes to be that greatBuffalo moving company that our customers need us to be. Good and Fair. The Name says it all. Established in 1946, Buffalo movers Good and Fair Carting & Moving Co. Inc. provide professional Buffalo moving services throughout Western New York. Whether you are moving across the street or across the world, our quality staff of 35 people and fleet of over 20 fully equipped moving vans will certainly meet your Buffalo moving expectations. Whether your moving to Buffalo or moving from Buffalo, exceeding your expectations is what we do best. If you need a mover in Buffalo consider Good and Fair for your next move. We can handle a variety of moving jobs from residential to commercial moving in Buffalo. Good and Fair will treat you right from senior moving and working with the elderly tostudent moving and even piano moving in Buffalo, NY. we can handle all types of moves, we even specialize in working with the military you can read more about that below. Make Good and Fair your first call. For affordable and reliable moving services in Buffalo that you can count on call Good and Fair Moving today.
The general population who work here are exceptionally amateurish and inconsiderate. The case we leased was not on time. When I called to gripe, the individual on the telephone said "you ought to have requested it to come yesterday in the event that you required it that terrible"
Proficient moving company with sensible costs. Truly simple to work with and the movers are persevering and quick. Would contract them once more!
Hired these movers in the past and were exceptionally pleased with their service and care of our property. Both the work force and the cost was GOOD and FAIR. We recommend them to everybody we know and had no bad feedback.
Maybe the most exceedingly awful moving organization ever. They scratched my refrigerator and after that attempted to cover it with hand cream. They tracked oil on my floor and broke most of the lamp shades. They were totally sluggish and after that attempted to over charge me for it.
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