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5214 GENTLE RIDGE DR SE

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Natalie K.

Natalie K.

02/14/2016

The movers were on time, and called the day preceding and morning of the move. The movers were brisk and conscious of our property. They secured entryways and utilized runners everywhere. Extremely fulfilled!

Gary W.

Gary W.

01/30/2016

Movers need to listen somewhat closer to the customer. I have moved many times over my life and there are things I have learned. Having some snot nosed ponytailed kid letting me know they are the experts did not set well and I unleashed on him. You should seriously think about your couple of years of experience as a genius, however I am the one paying the bill. This was the second time I employed Able. First time was a decent one, the second not really.

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