Bekins A-1 Movers

USDOT None
PUC # 2480
106-C Us Hwy 117
Goldsboro, NC 27530
Goldsboro
North Carolina
Contact Phone: 1-800-456-8092
Additional Phone: 866-303-1512
Company Site: www.bekins.com/find-a-local-agent/agents/bekins-a-1-movers-inc-5

Moving with Bekins A-1 Movers

Bekins has thrived for more than a century because we’re resourceful and adaptable. And those qualities have served us well in finding innovative solutions to our customers’ complex moving challenges. No matter what type of move you’re planning, Bekins can handle it. From single-person relocations to large families and fast-paced corporate moves, we’ll tackle each one with industry-leading know-how and friendly professionalism.




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They burned through two days helping us pack and move and made it as simple as could be allowed with a little child. I very prescribe their moving company.

I ought to have listened to the audits recorded and not have utilized Bekins. Organization is amateurish and not arranged to handle a move. Totally lament my choice. Subsequent to demonstrating my flat and stacking range, the movers appeared supposing it was a couple of things not a full condo, despite the fact that it was obviously expressed on the request. Assumed control 6 hours to stack the truck and my loft was a little one room. On the off chance that you utilize them, clear up what should be moved with the real movers and what number of movers will be helping and on the off chance that they have the right gear. Furthermore, they won't be on time, notwithstanding when it is settled upon. Supreme most exceedingly bad experience ever!

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