Bos Moving

USDOT # 1523029
3 Interstate Corporate Center # 101
Norfolk, VA 23502
Norfolk
Virginia
Contact Phone: 800-486-7368
Additional Phone: (757) 463-6683
Company Site: www.bosenterprisesinc.com

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My spouse and I utilized Bos Moving and benefit two or three years back around Christmas time. I was to a great degree pushed by moving amid the occasions, yet Bos Moving truly made the experience as smooth as could be expected under the circumstances.

We picked Bos since they are a family claimed moving company who has been doing business for more than 20 years and I had seen their trucks around town. My spouse and I are enormous professors in supporting nearby little moving companys.

The assistant was caring via telephone, the proprietor, Mark, turned out and did the appraisal himself and I welcomed the chance to meet the proprietor in individual before settling on a choice. Subsequent to calling around to a few different spots, Bos' evaluation was aggressive, so we booked our turn for Dec 26th.

The day of the move, the truck touched base on time and prepared to stack. The two men who came worked productively and were considerate. The empty was smooth. The measure of time it took was to a great degree precise to what I was cited similar to our last bill.

I'd use Bos again and I have alluded them to a few our relatives and companions who have utilized them and would say the same thing.

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