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    Junk Bros
    Very well. Junk Bros scheduled the work within a few days, arrived at designated time, efficiently accomplished the moving and removal without any problem or damage to the house despite the large size of the items and the narrowness of my stairs and room access. Would use Junk Bros again.
    - Dennis G.
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    Ultimate movers
    We had a very smooth move thanks to Ultimate Movers. Everyone on the team was polite and prompt. The packing service they provided was excellent with all of our glassware making it without a scratch. Thanks to them, took all of the anxiety out of our move. Would use them again and recommend them to anyone.
    - Victor C.
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    Smith and Sons Moving
    Keven, Matt and Ryan did an excellent job moving my personal effects across town. All items moved made the journey intact including heavier items such as a pool table, heavy induction range, and reclining sofa.
    - Cheyn W.
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    Quick & Careful Moving LLC
    After giving them explicit direction that the assisted living facility could only move them in from 1pm - 4pm and after 6:30pm they told me they would send the 1st available truck after noon, leading me to believe that they would be there sometime in the early afternoon. It is now after 6pm and they keep telling me they will be on their way shortly. Needless to say, I have cancelled the move since I don't want to move my 80 year old mother-in-law in the middle of the night. The most deceptive and unprofessional moving company I have ever dealt with in my life. Will NEVER use them or recommend them. Terrible business.
    - Cheryl R.
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    Juggernauts Moving
    Awesome!!! Rob and crew did a great job. Very courteous and professional. Rates are very reasonable as well. They took great care to make sure furniture did not get damaged during the move. We had a very heavy chest that needed to be moved. They made sure they lifted it in such a way as to not damage the legs of the unit. They carefully moved items upstairs through tight turns so that it did not bump and damage the walls. Love these guys. I HIGHLY recommend them.
    - rob p.
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    Changing Places Moving & Services Inc
    Changing Places Moving & Services should change their name to Breaking Places Demolition & Disservices. Maybe a motto of "Throwing and Kicking Stuff Since 1979" would have better prepared us for what we were in for. We moved from Ann Arbor to Bloomfield Hills, with approximately a 2 month hiatus between, during which time the contents of our home needed to be stored. We obtained a half dozen estimates, of which Changing Places, in terms of cost of relocation, ran close to the middle of the road. The primary reasons we went with Changing Places was because their storage was more affordable, and because they could accommodate our difficult schedule. I'm not sure if the Changing Places furniture assassins had a personal vendetta with our personal belongings, but if a WWE crew had presented themselves with a wrecking ball and a dump truck, I might have expected similar results. Some of the stuff we packed ourselves, however there was a sizeable portion of items that were packed by the company. It didn't matter who packed it. Almost everything breakable was broken by the time Changing Places was done with it. The only difference was you got a few cents a shattered pound for the boxes and crates they packed. Boxes marked fragile, crates, furniture, walls, doors, floors - the team at Changing Places is pretty indiscriminate; they're equal opportunity demolitionists. Most reputable moving companies show up and prep the house before starting the moving process, covering wood flooring and tight corners, and then they allot a reasonable time frame to load and unload furniture carefully. With Changing Places there was no preparation prior to the movement of items, and clearly there was zero regard for the way our belongings were handled and stored behind our backs. They just showed up and started hefting stuff into their trucks in double time. I had several boxes with expensive decoration pieces, that were carefully bubble wrapped, and the boxes all showed up in our new house looking like Mr. Bean had delivered them. Everything was in pieces. I had an exquisite Italian marble table that was extremely solid that I bought for several thousand dollars. It was truly irreplaceable. I owned it and loved it for 10 years, and it had survived two moves prior to this. The guys at Changing Places were more than up for a challenge. The company crated it in front of us and somehow still managed to destroy/disappear it behind our backs. No one at Changing Places had the iota of courtesy or professionalism that it would have required to pick up the phone and let us know what had happened. Instead, two months later when Changing Places was finished defacing our new house on the move in date, and we noticed the marble table was nowhere to be seen, we had to proactively inquire as to its whereabouts. After several looks of bewilderment, one of the demo crew responded "Oh, they didn't tell you about that? It broke". The way everyone in this ridiculous company referred to the incident, from the movers to the management staff, the table may as well have grown a pair of marble legs and lunged off the Ambassador Bridge, outside of their protective bosom. Twice a week, every week, for six-months, we requested that the pieces of that table be provided to us, so that we could see if it could be salvaged, in any way. Rather than accommodating our requests, the company offered us something like 60-cents a pound recompense. To this date, I have no idea how anyone could have broken a table so incredibly solid. Perhaps it's sitting comfortably in the manager's house, as the wonderful center piece it was. Several items were missing altogether, so saying they are unreliable may only be skirting the surface, I wouldn't be entirely surprised if profiteering may be more akin to some of the practices of Changing Places. After months of complaining, a manager came to our house and quickly poked around with a finger and shrugged, saying there was no way for him to confirm that any of the said items were missing. He offered us the number to a perpetually unanswered voicemail box that he referred to as their claims department. Nothing came out of it. When moving pieces of furniture, the Changing Places team casually impaled walls, tore holes in screen doors, scraped up hardwood floors, and they even managed to punch out a sizeable area in the ceiling of one of the stairwells in our new home. They're like the bulldozer in a China shop. The money we thought we saved by hiring this company was lost several times over in replacing the items they broke and in repairing the damage they did to our home. Based on my experience with them, I don't find Changing Places fit to move water within a lake. The only conceivable circumstances I would advise you to employ the services of Changing Places is if you're Salvador Dali and have the proclivity to relish the misshapen and fractured remains of cherished belongings, or if you want to move your ex out of your house on very hostile terms. Otherwise, go with a real moving company. Message me and I will gladly send you pictures of what Changing Places did to our house and our furniture/decoration pieces so that no one has to go through what we did.
    - Talha I.
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    Smith and Sons Moving
    They were in close contact with us before the move so that we knew exactly what to expect. They were prompt and fast. They took special care to make sure that delicate items were wrapped and not to scratch our freshly painted walls at the new house. They were polite and made sure that everything was placed exactly where we wanted it in the house. I would absolutely use them again.
    - Linda S.
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    Changing Places Moving & Services Inc
    Absolutely the most professional, polite, conscientious and hardworking movers I have ever used. And I have moved many times in the past years. I will recommend them to all my friends and family. The cost was less than quoted because of their efficiency.
    - Patricia S.
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    Affordable Moving Services, LLC
    Carlos and his team were very helpful! After a rough month of packing and moving out of a house, I was hoping to have a smooth and easy move to my new place. They made everything very easy and smooth. They were able to get my stuff out from a very disorganized storage unit (which was due to our previous movers throwing everything in), and even helped us reorganize our storage unit. They were very careful and quick.
    - Sang C.
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    MI Solutions Moving & Cleaning Services LLC
    The hiring and scheduling process was handled by Shannon, and it was smooth and easy to set up the work.  The team of 2 movers, Ken and Darnelle,  showed up on time.  They were pleasant, professional and clearly cared about doing a good job and taking care of our things.  They worked promptly and did a great job in a quick and efficient manner. Overall, they did an excellent job and I am planning on  using them again to help us move things as part of our move out of state.
    - Paul K.
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