Mini Movers

USDOT # 1458823
7520 W Legacy St
Sioux Falls, SD 57106
Sioux Falls
South Dakota
Contact Phone: (888) 897-6683
Additional Phone: (605) 360-2474
Company Site: www.minimoversinc.com

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These guys were great. They showed up on time and were extremely friendly. Shook hands and introduced themselves. They had me show them around and asked what I would like them to take. I told them boxes that were fragile and they had no problems taking a little extra care. They always asked questions if they weren't sure about something. All of their equipment was very clean and left no marks on the carpet. Only reason i didn't give five stars is they said they could take my TVs (3 in total 2 32" and a 55") but they said they couldn't guarantee they wouldn't get broken so I told them I would move them myself. Also, they gave me an estimate with a timeframe of 3.5 hours. My boyfriend and I moved ALL boxes ourselves which cut the move to an hour and a half. The main guy asked if we got an estimate and I told him we were told for approx. 3.5 hours to move everything would be $400. They still charged us $400 even though they only took 1.5 hours. But; overall still highly recommend

My spouse and I were moving most of the way the nation over and were shocked to discover that enlisting an moving company for our turn was really a superior worth than leasing a truck and doing it without anyone else's help because of the long separation. My spouse called Mini Moves to begin with, and our client administration rep Sherice was so useful. While most of the moving companys we called declined to give us even an appraisal without coming to study our home, Mini Moves was extremely obliging of our bustling calendar and identifies with us both via telephone and over email. In the wake of getting a beginning quote from Mini Moves, I called a couple different moving companys just to look at quotes. Smaller than expected Moves appeared to have the best cost, keeping in mind the 2 different moving companys had equivalent valuing, we at last chose to run with Mini Moves due to the amazing client administration. I did a reversal and forward with Sherice, making inquiries about how I could save money on specific parts of our turn (such as pressing our lights ourselves). She never got eager with me and constantly made me feel like she genuinely needed to help us with our moving background. Conversely, when talking with the 2 different moving companys, I felt hurried and did not feel good soliciting a great deal from inquiries, despite the fact that we were paying a large number of dollars for their administration.

The Mini Moves movers were likewise well disposed and expert. They were exceptionally respectful and treated our things with consideration.

We were informed that our effects would touch base in 10-18 business days, and we were enjoyably amazed when we got the call only 2 weeks after the fact that our possessions would be arriving 2 days from that point. We had quite recently moved into our new residence, so the timing ended up being ideal for our turn.

I would exceedingly prescribe Mini Moves. Their cost was reasonable and their administration was incredible!

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