Guardian Moving

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1293 Heil Quaker Blvd Ste 1
La Vergne, TN 37086
La Vergne
Tennessee
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (615) 287-0700
Company Site: www.guardianmovingsystems.com

Moving with Guardian Moving

Guardian is a full-service agency that can service any move, from and to anywhere. We specialize in corporate relocations, residential moves, office and industrial moves, local moving and international moves. Long and short term storage is also available in Memphis and Nashville.



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No communication from their office throughout the move. Every time I needed to know when people would be out I had to call or read their minds I guess. Sales rep Ed Watson lied to me about when they could drop off. When that commitment was not met he would not return any of my calls. Office staff told me half a dozen times they text him to call ASAP and I never heard from him. Wonder why? Very shady operation from sales to service my recommendation is to go with anyone else for your move if you want to deal with professional people.

Gatekeeper could give me a quote and get me moved in without prior warning. They were proficient and beat the rivals as far as estimating. They were proficient, unloaded and reassembled my furniture. I have never seen an entire van emptied as fast as these folks could do it! I moved from Los angeles to New york and it just took 8 days and nothing broke!

Much thanks to YOU GUARDIAN!

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