Atlantic Transfer & Storage Co. Inc

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7370 Spartan Blvd E Ste B
North Charleston, SC 29418
North Charleston
South Carolina
Contact Phone: (800) 949-7343
Additional Phone: (843) 207-7440
Company Site: www.atlantictransferandstorage.com

Moving with Atlantic Transfer & Storage Co. Inc

You can't help but make the right move with Atlantic Transfer and Storage, your Charleston moving company. We not only move you locally in the Charleston area but throughout the United States and even overseas.
When you move with Atlantic , you can be certain you and your possessions will have the best care available. Atlantic ’s proactive measures, experience, training and stringent equipment standards have made us the moving company families trust.
Atlantic takes a proactive approach to ensure its customers receive the highest quality service available. A Quality Service Audit (QSA) or comprehensive customer service satisfaction survey is conducted by an independent third party to measure those things that have been identified as being most responsible for customer satisfaction during a move. Based on the results, Atlantic developed an assortment of quality-enhancing programs to ensure every move we make is the right move.



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When you entrust your possessions to a mover, you want to believe that they will take care of things. Because they take your business you want some respect.

Upon the arrival of the move, the folks showed up a HOUR LATE. Truly not cool. They were sufficiently decent, yet they were moderate as damnation. They charged by the hour, so my negative/presumably amend side conceives that the dillydallying was deliberate. That is to say, they meticulously wrapped a crappy fiberboard bureau in 5 layers of plastic. (Be that as it may, they didn't hurl a plastic pack over our sleeping cushion, which most moving companys will do as a cordiality). I moved boxes myself, and a petite 32 year-old lady hauling a container of canned products ought not be lapping an "expert" mover conveying ONE singular kitchen seat (they truly conveyed every seat one by one - even I can securely convey two seats at once). I've utilized movers a few times some time recently, and never had it go so gradually, notwithstanding when moving into a third floor stroll up with a confined winding staircase.

Nothing got broken or chipped.... in any case, that is somewhat the purpose of contracting proficient movers: they painstakingly and QUICKLY move your stuff without breaking it. We just employed them to move the furniture, not our cases. It ought not have taken 7 hours (yes, 7) for what was contained in our flat. At last, the $92/hour was NOT justified, despite any potential benefits.

When I reached them about this, I was informed that since I wasn't really *charged* for the hour they were late, that they didn't think of it as an issue, and it was our shortcoming the occupation took so long in light of the fact that we solicited them to put some from our things in the loft.

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