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We’ve been a member of the BBB with an A plus rating for years.
We’re on Angie’s List of Award Winners for the last 2 years.
We are state licensed by the State of Texas.
We have 25 crews, available to meet all your moving needs.
All of our movers are trained, professional and licensed.
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[faq q=”How does the quoting work?”]
Call us or fill out the quote request form.
We’ll contact you to book a move.
We’ll work with your schedule to book a day convenient for you.
You choose 2 or 3 men moving crews depending on your move size.
We’ll reconfirm the day before the move.
There is a trip charge which covers use of our truck, basic moving equipment and fuel.
We take all forms of payment but not personal checks.
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[faq q=”How long will my move take?”]There are many factors that determine how long your move takes. Size of home and actual amount of items to be moved are the main factors. High rise buildings, stairs, elevators, apartments with long distances from unit to truck, extreme weather, long distance of travel, etc. are all “negative” factors that increase the time it takes to complete your move. Things that could “positively” affect the length of your move could be making sure you are fully packed on move day, having furniture disassembled before move day, having items closer to the front door in your home, or having items ready in your garage. These are not necessary tasks for customers, but they do allow for faster moves.
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[faq q=”What happens if something gets damaged?”]
The shipper (customer ) has 90 days from the date of the move in order submit a damage claim, all correspondences must be made in writing.
Any item that is damaged during the move is based on the state regulations of .60 per pound per household good article.
It always best to check with your homeowner’s or renter’s Insurance to verify extra protection from damage.
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[faq q=”Is there more to know?”]Yes, please visit the TxDMV to learn more…http://txdmv.gov/motorists/consumer-protection/dont-make-a-move
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