Proline Moving & Storage

USDOT # 2802994
PUC # 7036988
3445 Crisoforo Drive
Denton, TX 76207
Contact Phone: (800) 893-5261
Additional Phone: (224) 430-4088
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Well, there excellent service takes 5 star rating, they are proactive and helping.

The are best in talking talking talking, their people will come to you 4 hour late and then start boring conversation and they are so much busy in talking that they left stuff back and when asked about missing stuff then again talking talking talking, no fruitful output.
At the time of contract they says they are one company and have their trucks to delivery stuff and when truck arrives at destination its of different company. They spoiled my furniture of around $900 and while filing claim they did paper work so well and insurance company just offered $70.

1 start for good paper work only.

When our items arrived we found that the dining room table top had been ripped from the base. The top of the base was in pieces and the underside of the tabletop was damaged. A piece of a leg on the base was broken off. They did not deliver 2 items, a suitcase and a box of leaves used to expand the dining room table. 2 of the boxes had been crushed. The individual who delivered our items was rude, impatient and left a pile of trash in our yard. We are in the process of filing a claim for the damaged and missing items. I will not use this company again and would not recommend them for any move.

we had a good experience with proline we moved to OR Great customer service. Sofia was great the Moving crew was friendly and professional. Showed up on time and work efficiently! Highly recommended.

we had a good experience with proline we moved to OR Great customer service. Sofia was great the Moving crew was friendly and professional. Showed up on time and work efficiently! Highly recommended.

proline moving company did an exceptional job while moving my things. They packed up my entire apartment and delivered it to my new house. Everything was in one piece! The best part... I didn't have to do a thing! Thank you.

Probably closer to 2 stars but I will give them the benefit of the doubt. Pickup was great. Delivery kept being delayed and my husband ended up missing two days of work because of cancellations (Wed at noon became 5pm became 8pm became 10pm became Thurs am became Thurs noon). In addition, we were quoted 5-10 days but explained we couldn't be promised less than 5-14 days. Well, when you sign the contract the fine print says 30 business weekdays from the first day your items can be delivered (not the date of pickup). So when you get two weeks in and you ask why you haven't heard anything, they explain this to you. And also, they advertise free month of storage in case there is an issue when your items arrive. Well, this has to be indicated prior to pickup and they will charge you a hefty fee ($700-800 quoted to us for a $4000 move). Again, maybe every mover does this shady sales tactic in order to get you to book them, so I gave them 3 stars vs 2. Also, our computer desk and coffee table were damaged as well as some drinking glasses broken upon arrival. Not the best experience for our first experience with long-distance movers.

A few weeks ago I hired Proline moving & storage for my long distance move. The moving crew came a half hour ahead of time and had my entire apartment packed and loaded in the truck in three hours. Not only did they handle my belongings with care, they went as far as to set up my new apartment the way I wanted it, including putting my bed frame together. I will definitely be hiring Proline moving & storage the next time I move.

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