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  • A
    ALL THE RIGHT MOVES
    Matthew and Kalvin packed up my home. It took a little longer than expected, but some of that was due to a holiday and a few odd pieces in my home. They came a half hour late but were pleasant and trustworthy. Ryan came with Ray, Eric, and Kalvin to move my piano and load my PODS. They did an exceptional job, very efficient and pleasant to work with. I have complete trust in Ryan and his services. They took smoke breaks, but never in my home. They offered to haul off anything I needed to get rid of. I had a few concerns at one point about how some of the boxes were packed and the timing of getting things finished. As soon as I voiced my concerns to Ryan, he had everything fixed to my satisfaction by the next day. I highly recommend All the Right Moves and would definitely use them again.
    - Geoffrey L.
  • A
    ALL THE RIGHT MOVES
    I am very impressed with this company.  From the fast response here on Angie's list to the completion of the job, everyone I dealt with was on top of their game.  The crew was on time, friendly and efficient.  They moved a piano. They took a mirror off of a dresser and put it back on at the destination.  They even helped me move a mattress to the curb, which was something I had not thought to ask about beforehand.   I am confident that these guys packed my belongings securely and safely.  There isn't a scratch on anything.  The gentlemen were courteous and patient.  They could have rightfully grumbled about the neighbor's dog following them into the house (the goofy mutt) but did not.   I'm very impressed with this company.  I have never used a moving company before but dealing with All The Right Moves was so easy, I will never move without movers again.
    - MARY T.
  • A
    A440 PIANOS
    The gentleman was punctual, very friendly, went about his work and when completed (about an hour) he thanked me for using his business and left.  I would use him again when the piano needs to be tuned.
    - Mary Pearl T.
  • A
    Fixed Rate Moving, Inc
    I got an estimate from the business owner within 24 hours of my initial phone call because he was already working in the area so he came right over. He told me they would work me in because my moving service was a simple one. It was a tricky move because the organ width was too wide for the closest door.  They had to carry the organ around to the rear of the house and enter through the patio doors. The movers were timely, professional and it took all of 15 minutes for them to move that organ to the basement. I am extremely happy with the company and I will definitely use them again!
    - Gwendolyn E.
  • A
    Fixed Rate Moving, Inc
    Perfect service from start to finish! I would recommend and encourage anyone to chose Fixed Rate Movers! Excellent service!!
    - Soncelia B.
  • A
    Fixed Rate Moving, Inc
    They moved my big old player piano. The weather was icy and this piano is a monster. They got the piano down the stairs and across the ice-covered yard, then to its destination where they had to handle a steep driveway. They were careful and looked like they had experience with this sort of move.
    - Mary H.
  • B
    Two Men & A Truck - Grand Rapids North
    The company representative came to our old home and looked at what we had, to give us an estimate of what it would cost for them to move us. This particular company had been given a good rating here on Angie's list, so we were comfortable taking the risk of paying the $4,896 he quoted. He worked with us on the date to move and was even flexible in working around our airline schedule, since we were flying to our new destination. We were pleased in the beginning. It was at the end that our story took an unpleasant direction. Two Men and a Truck contracted with us to deliver and unload our belongings at our new home on Tuesday morning. One of the drivers kept talking about wanting to deliver and unload on Monday afternoon since they were driving straight through, but I explained that our flight didn't arrive until Monday afternoon, and then we had an hour or so drive from the airport to our new home. Furthermore, my sister and Father were driving up from Louisiana on Monday to get some of the items and I didn't know when they were going to arrive, therefore sticking to the original contracted day and time of Tuesday morning would be best. Nonetheless, the driver called me and left a message on my cell phone that they had arrived and wanted to get my permission to begin to unload even though we weren't there. I didn't get this message until I was on the plane getting ready to take off, and was unable to return his call until my flight arrived in Arkansas. When I was able to return the call, I was completely dismayed to learn that they were in the process of unloading - without our permission. They did get permission from the Director of the Retirement Community into which we were moving, but had not waited for our permission. Actually, I would have wanted to have been there when they were unloading. When we finally arrived, which was later than we thought because there had been flooding in the area and the main roads from the airport to our destination were under water, they were still unloading. On the positive side, they did load the items going to my sister on her U-Haul, and worked with me to arrange the furniture how I wanted in our apartment. The driver was responsive to these needs, but not to the need of when to unload and keeping the contracted day and time of unloading. Payment time brought its own surprises. We were informed by the driver that the move was going to be more expensive than what was quoted - it would be $5,500 instead of $4,896, as quoted. The main Two Men and a Truck Office was closed, so we were unable to talk to the person who gave us the quote that evening, and the drivers were insisting they be paid, so my husband charged the $5,500 to his credit card. The next day he called the office to complain about the price and ask for an explanation regarding why it had increased so much. Two Men and a Truck's representative responded to my husband's request to check into why it was so high and discovered that they had made an error in their calculations and we only owed $5,200. His explanation for the remaining increased amount was that the load weighed more than he had estimated. Furthermore, the representative was responsive and gave us $60 credit for a small tear in our loveseat. Overall, we felt Two Men and a Truck was too expensive, but did a good job, except for not honoring the agreed upon delivery date and time. Of course, they delivered too early instead of too late, but I thought it was unprofessional for the drivers to unload a truck without the customers being present, or without their permission. The company was very responsive to our concerns about damage and over charging and did make some adjustments. The main reason we would probably not use them again is because of their high cost.
    - Victoria K.
  • D
    ALL THE RIGHT MOVES
    It started well. I called the day before and confirmed the two guys would be there the next morning and be able to move the piano. All was confirmed. The two guys that showed up were a bit late, but Ryan called and said they would be. That's fine. These guys worked hard for about an hour and got a lot done. Then, there was the problem with the sofa. The two guys couldn't figure out how to get the sofa out of the house. They called Ryan, but kept working.  Ryan showed up about 2 hours into the move. He said the sofa couldn't be moved because "he tried twice". I told him we bought the sofa only 1 year previous and it was moved into the house in it's entirety, minus removing the legs. He said the sofa had to come apart to move it. I told him that it was moved in one piece. He wouldn't believe me.  While Ryan was on site, I asked about moving the piano which he had confirmed the day before. He said he couldn't move it until 5 days in the future because he was short handed. I had to be moved out of the house!!!!!  The guys decided it was time for lunch and would meet me at the new house. I told them there was more stuff to move and pointed out what needed to be done. It was done "but there is hardly room on the truck". What? I have a tiny house! It all fit. They showed up 1.5 hours later and moved all the pieces. Only one guy was moving boxes and decor for roughly an hour. Then, that guy needed help so the other guy started helping and proceeded to started cursing non-stop. I almost told him to stop but I wanted this job done since it had gone south. When only 4 pieces of furniture were left on the truck (two of which were in manufacturer boxes), the cursing guy said he couldn't go on and would come back 5 days in the future when they moved the piano.  Since I already arranged another piano mover for the next day, I told him to finish up the job, even with "risk" that the furniture would be damaged. The day ended with a little over 5 hours of time moved (30 minutes which is "transit" for the 1 mile and another 15 I paid for their lunch). Only one of the guys did most of the moving the second half of the time hired. And, I had to hire another moving company to move the sofa., which took 30 minutes. TOTAL time, including transit.  And yet another moving company to move the piano. So, my moving bill doubled.
    - Kathryn S.
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