Fox Moving and Storage of Tennessee

USDOT # 1670280
5030 HARDING PLACE
Nashville, TN 37211
Nashville
Tennessee
Contact Phone: (615) 770-3000
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Company Site: www.foxmovingnashville.com

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My photographs demonstrated the harm they did to my furniture so it's odd that I'm not allowed to connection those photographs to their business. This is totally ludicrous, whether incited by Yelp or the proprietors of Fox Moving...regardless, STAY AWAY FROM FOX AT ALL COSTS!

I need to prelude this is the first occasion when I have utilized a moving organization, so have no casing of reference. I am, in any case, an accomplished buyer of products and administrations, and know great administration when I encounter it.

I reached six distinctive moving organizations to acquire quotes to move me from Nashville to south Alabama (I know, right?) - and Fox was one of the two organizations that reacted to my solicitation without being reminded that I have cash that I'm energetic to spend in return for what they do! The rep (Ron) from Fox was on time, neighborly and supportive in giving an assessment - regardless of the possibility that he didn't appear to be as butt-centric about the points of interest as alternate organizations. His quote was great by examination, so I limited the decisions to either Fox or another organization.

After some forward and backward Q&A with Victoria at the workplace. I ran with a pack and move choice with Fox, as opposed to my unique thought of me doing the pressing. Amid this correspondence process, it merits reporting that correspondence with Victoria was slower than I might want, and Ron neglected to give back the calls I put in specifically to him.

Primary concern with the workplace people: Slow to react. Lacking subtle element in their reactions (generally done by means of email)

The Move:

On the designated day, a team of 3 (drove by Jeff) appeared. They were on time, proficient and exceptionally intensive. Night and day! They went well beyond to ensure that my stuff was well dealt with, and were expeditious and as simple to work with as anyone might imagine. The absolute opposite of the Admin bunch. Amid the drive down to Alabama, the truck separated and the accessibility of mechanics just before the Christmas occasions was restricted. Another Fox truck was brought down from Nashville where my possessions were cross stacked to the next truck. This brought about an entire day in postponing my conveyance, however hey - trucks once in a while break, isn't that so? The team was open and as simple to manage in an extreme circumstance, yet Jeff managed it exceptionally well. They landed on time and worked constantly and deliberately to get things emptied and put into their legitimate range. Credit in the wake of handling everything twice as much as required.

Not a solitary thing was broken, thus far have not saw anything that was lost in the general commotion.

Base/Bottom line: The workplace people get a D, because of the trouble in speaking with them. The moving group itself a strong B+. In the event that you utilize this organization, I would propose being prepared to exchange a lump of rational soundness in disappointment you'll have in speaking with them, at the lower cost. Would I utilize once more? Just in the event that I managed specifically, and just with Jeff. He took care of the difficulties in this occupation exceptionally well, considering.

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