J. Herschel Kendrick Moving & Storage
4317 Ohio 48
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Feb. 23, 2022, 12:39 a.m.
William and his partner were great. They were very professional and just great guys. Would recommend your company to anyone. Thanks so much for making the move so smooth
Feb. 23, 2022, 12:41 a.m.
I needed to share an email I sent to the moving company taking after an endeavor to utilize Kendrick to move my 85-year old grandparents from their townhouse into another loft on Christmas Eve: Hi, I needed to compose an email to impart my great dismay to the experience my family had today, Christmas Eve, with Kendrick Moving. My guardians and I orchestrated to have Kendrick move my 85 year-old grandparents from their condominium to another flat. The movers had moved around 80% of the furniture and things into their moving van before endeavoring to move my grandparents bedding and box spring, where they discovered stains from kissing bugs that were on the external defensive front of the case spring. After finding these stains, the movers promptly stopped the employment, said that "we have orders from our manager," and continued to instantly move everything once more into the loft. While I totally comprehend that kissing bugs are a significant issue, and totally comprehend a moving company's strategy of declining to move furniture when confirmation of blood suckers are discovered, I am constrained to expound on our experience due to the fantastically amateurish nature of the movers. One of the movers declined to try and converse with my stepfather about the circumstance, getting over him and saying "I don't wanna discuss it. We are moving this stuff back." Additionally, my mom called the moving company line to chat with a supervisor about the issue. The administrator educated my mom that the movers had said they saw live blood suckers. When I asked the movers where the live kissing bugs were so we could see them, they expressed "well, there is a distinction in the middle of old and new blood sucker stains, and these stains are present." No clarification in the matter of how they "knew" this. Moreover, the supervisor my mom reached on the telephone advised her that she would get back to her soon after their discussion, however did the chief never get back to, as well as three separate telephone calls were reached the administrator to make sense of what precisely was going on, and the workplace didn't get our telephone calls. Also, the movers were overhead making various inconsiderate and amateurish remarks while they were moving things once again into the house. On one specific event, my stepfather was endeavoring to reserve inn spot for my grandparents (since we now need to make sense of where they are staying until we find another moving company), one mover was heard saying in clear earshot of the telephone discussion, "ensure you let them know [the hotel] about blood suckers."