Lytle’s Transfer & Storage, Inc.

PUC # 697
854 Rogers Bridge Rd
Duncan, SC 29334
South Carolina
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Moving with Lytle’s Transfer & Storage, Inc.

Rather than hire labor from the origin and destination as almost all moving companies do, we use our own employees for all facets of the move. We “Self-Haul”. We feel this is the only way to assure quality labor 100% of the time.

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In spite of the fact that the amount of family unit products moved was genuinely little, my involvement with Lytle's Transfer and Storage was incredible. Robert, who assessed the move, was exceptionally proficient and precise. He gave the quote the same night. Kelly, the move organizer, was exceptional. She addressed my inquiries calmly and kept me all around educated all through the procedure. Despite the fact that the last conveyance was two or three days late, that was no major ordeal. Kelly kept me all around educated all through so I realized what's in store and I knew sufficiently far early that I could modify my calendar. The team who did the pressing and moving were incredible - they were cautious, systematic and wonderful. They touched base on-time and completed rapidly. They made a special effort to make the move from Maryland to Montana extremely charming. I would utilize Lytle's Transfer and Storage again - without inquiry.

These folks were astonishing. They can move anything. So happy that I was prescribed these folks to carry out the employment.

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