A+ Moving & Storage

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5792 State Route Highway 28
Dunlap, TN 37327
Dunlap
Tennessee
Contact Phone: (888) 326-2005
Additional Phone: (423) 949-9688
Company Site: www.aplusmovingandstorage.com

Moving with A+ Moving & Storage

Thank you for considering A+ Moving & Storage Company to handle your relocation needs! Since 1998, we have been helping people make the relocation process easier. As anInterstate Agent for Atlas Van Lines, you can be assured that every detail will be attended to in an efficient and professional manner.
We are a locally owned and operated moving company with two locations that specializes in satisfying all of your local and long distance relocation needs! Our full service system allows us to be your one-stop-shop for all of your relocation needs. From our drivers and packers, to the sales and office staff, we know what it takes to get you efficiently into your new home or office!



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They were hired to move 4 units of storage from Manchester to Knoxville for $3,500. They ended up being 45 minutes late, littered trash everywhere, and only delivered 2 of the 4 agreed upon units for the FULL CONTRACT PRICE simply because they couldn't load all of the units in one day. They will not work with you in any way. They expect payment for the full amount in the contract whether they perform all of the work or not. Not to mention all of their employees used bad language and were unprofessional. DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY.

We used A-Plus moving again for our out-of-state move to Connecticut. And again, they did a great job.

Two movers came right on time in the morning, packed the truck quickly (about 1.5-2 hours) and methodically, and found our new apartment without an issue. They then unpacked just as quickly as they packed and placed everything where we asked. My only gripe would be that some of our items weren't wrapped in plastic so a few pieces were dinged up. But when I emailed A-Plus to notify them about the damaged pieces, they were quick to offer a small refund to help with damages.

Overall, a solid, reliable company with excellent customer service.

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