Apex & Robert E. Lee Moving & Storage Co

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3195 Franklin Limestone Rd
Antioch, TN 37013
Antioch
Tennessee
Contact Phone: (800) 766-1902
Additional Phone: (615) 834-3992
Company Site: www.apexmoving.com

Moving with Apex & Robert E. Lee Moving & Storage Co

We consistently provide our customers with professional, reliable moving and storage services from start to finish. Our cost-competitive moving services are built with you in mind. We can customize any move to meet your needs and requirements. Whether that means we execute a full-service pack or provide you with the high-quality packing materials so that you can pack yourself, it's your decision on what services you would like to add-on to your moving solutions package. The Nashville moving company is happy to add-on any specialty services to make your move simple and easy.




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I was very pleased with the level of professionalism that the guys who came to pack and load showed. My whole experience with Apex shocked me, as expectations weren't very high because of past moves.. They were respectful, the office people were nothing but helpful, and they even got me moved in three days early (which saved me on hotel fares) I would recommend Apex to anyone wanting less of a headache along with their move!!

At the point when considering a suitable survey, I thought it is imperative to isolated my musings into two sections. My first cooperation was with the front office people. They were unquestionably decent and professionally. Be that as it may, I had a feeling that I was nickeled and dimed on a significant number shrouded charges and verbal responsibilities that weren't completed. My proposal would be to be extremely watchful about particular plans you're making with them, and to not anticipate that your assessments will be in that general ball park.

The following piece is the movers. They were general proficient, and unquestionably had a craftsmanship to their expertise of pressing. I was inspired. The drivers were responsive and pleasing as required.

If I somehow managed to move once more, I would likely put my cash towards another moving company. It is fascinating to perceive how they think about.

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