Kalfur Bros Moving
Moving with Kalfur Bros Moving
Good Job guys for taking care of all my things. Thank you will use this company in my future move.
Kalfur Bros people are nice, professional and knows what they are doing. They gave me the best price I could find and there were no hidden charges. Impressive movers!
From the first telephone call to Jack and Chris, this was the best moving experience. They couldn't have been all the more obliging and the cost was reasonable. They gave some extraordinary guidance on the best practices and even took away and disposed of some old furniture. Planning was hard and they managed each change and switch without complain and with a smile. The move was snappy and simple and a long way from moves in the past or other related stories.
Paul, Joe and Chris were remarkable. Polite and dedicated, they held fast to the "building" standards and left everything perfect. The building administration expressed that this was the simplest and most hassle-free move they have had.
I recommend Kalfur Bros without a second thought.
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