BLUE RIBBON MOVING REVIEWS

USDOT # 2395420
2617 CHAMPIONS CORNER
Leander, TX 78641
Leander
Texas
Contact Phone: (512) 296-6516
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Not began and they don't land the position ‼

"Manny"? Has made 3 endeavors to come and give me a quote in composing and three(3) times dependably called to reschedule. I'm think in the event that he can't arrive on time, shouldn't something be said about the real movers ⁉ No thanx no doubt

See ya Blue Ribbon ? Movers ⁉.Not even began and they don't land the position ‼

"Manny"? Has made 3 endeavors to come and give me a quote in composing and three(3) times dependably called to reschedule. I'm think in the event that he can't arrive on time, shouldn't something be said about the real movers ⁉ No thanx no doubt

See ya Blue Ribbon ? Movers ⁉.

Picking a mover is an overwhelming errand. Subsequent to considering bunches of companys we at last picked Manny and his group at Blue Ribbon in light of a companion's reco and we couldn't be more satisfied with the general experience.

They're sensibly valued and organizing everything before the move with Manny was extremely smooth. He was straightforward about what he could and couldn't oblige and was super responsive and adaptable with our solicitations and gave direction to what arrangement would suit us best.

He called the day of to ensure we were content with how the group was taking care of the move which was awesome. We had three movers move as much as they could from our home and capacity unit inside of a specific time span. They were always corresponding with us about the amount of room was left in the truck and what could be moved from the house to still guarantee the capacity unit stuff would fit which we increased in value. They were quick, productive and dealt with our desires from the begin. There are such a variety of unexpected variables that surface on moving day so overseeing desires is so useful!

They cushioned everything and were conscious of both our old and new house while moving things. Would prescribe them to any of our loved ones!

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