Moving Right Along Service
Moving with Moving Right Along Service
I hired Moving Right Along to move a couple of large, expensive pieces of furniture that I didn't want to risk moving myself. It cost $700 or so and I even paid for their extra insurance because I thought it would be worth it to be extra careful with these pieces.
When they were moving, though, I saw them rushing over uneven surfaces, putting things down roughly, and just not taking proper care of the items. They also took hours longer than they should have to get from one place to another, and charged for every minute of that time. They ended up damaging a beautiful lacquer TV table, and responded by sending out a repairman who only made things worse and completely ruined the finish.
About two months later, this is still unresolved, and they won't honor their insurance policy. Stay far, far away from them.
TL;DR, they cost a ton, charge for everything, and ruin your stuff
This company is only great in phone call not in field service. I never thought that I will spend much money on this company because they have all plenty of hidden fees from packing to extra miles.
Marvelous administration! Was exceptionally pushed and wasn't anticipating the move. The folks were fast, productive, proficient and well disposed. Made the move basic and took away a ton of weight. Happy it's done and on the off chance that I move again I'm calling them. Much appreciated!!
The movers were proficient, useful, productive, and had incredible states of mind and hard working attitude. We had a couple knocks getting a proper estimate at first, yet they at long last sent it, and they said that could give me guidance on the most proficient method to spare cash and do a portion of the packing ourselves. We came in near the estimate, and we went over a bit because in light of the fact that we didn't do as a great part of the packing as we had arranged. Yet, even with that, it was VERY close and I was not upset that I wound up paying a tad bit more than I had arranged.
There were a couple issues that spurred a 4-star rate rather than 5-stars: 1) they didn't name the cases very well. It made it exceptionally hard to unload. 2) I gave the foreman a 20% tip in real money at the end, he counted in front of me and afterward said it out loud to his partners. Despite the fact that it was a decent tip and I wasn't humiliated by it, it was still sort of ungainly.
However, all things considered, I am exceptionally satisfied with MRA's work and would suggest them and use them once more!
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