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Recommendation for moving crew, household moving

Unfortunately, we had to change apartments due to the biggest nemesis we have faced in Cuenca – noise. Fortunately, we secured the services of Jamil and the Moving Crew Truck Company. How did we get moving boxes? Jamil delivered the needed boxes to our apartment, looked at what needed to be moved and gave us an estimate. We confirmed a date for the move. My wife got sick and had to go to the ER – twice, hence moving on the agreed upon date was not possible. Now what? I emailed Jamil, who was on Christmas vacation, explained the problem and asked if the moving date could be changed. He graciously changed the date to accommodate us. The agreed upon date and time was scheduled. On moving day, he and the crew arrived 15 minutes early and first wrapped in plastic everything that was subject to damage or possibly soiled. Four hours later everything was in the new apartment. All appliances were installed and checked. All boxes, furniture and beds were placed where we wanted. The holes in the walls at the old apartment where the pictures were hanging needed filled and painted and the pictures needed to be hung in the new apartment. I asked Jamil if he could recommend people to handle that chore. “We can do that”, he said. So, we scheduled a day and time. The crew arrived early and that aspect of the move was completed including clean-up. Everything from start to finish was handled smoothly, efficiently, professionally and reasonably. The estimate was exactly what we paid. If you require Jamil’s services, I would certainly recommend his company.

Address: Cuenca

Contact information: movingcrewecuador@gmail.com 098 400 1020

Recommended by Ed O'Connor:  ewo4you@aol.com

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