|Category:||Packaging Supply Store|
|Address:||755 Co Rd 149, Georgetown, TX 78626|
Accurate Firefighters Movers is a terrible reflection on the Firefighters who serve our communities. "Firefighters" instills confidence, trust, dedication in the mind of the public. Unfortunately that is NOT carried over in A. Firefighters Movers. My household was moved 6 miles on good roads and I experienced shocking damage. A man came out and rubbed some stain on the scratches and took my sewing machine for 5 weeks. It suffered irreparable damage although they straightened a bent steel thread-holding arm but did nothing to realign the machine after that. Glued a large part broken off at the screw, used 0000 steel wool to smooth out deep scratches all over machine and case leaving a dull finish. Left a hole where a big chip was broken out of the case. Three neighbors in my senior retirement building suffered their own horrors as well. Is this company using the "Firemen" name to gain favor and influence customers to contract with them? It was a sad experience for me and my neighbors. Worst-case of deceit.
Accurate Firefighter Movers, owned by Jeremy Hobratsch in Georgetown Texas, has provided one of the most efficient, careful and economical experience in moving that we have ever encountered. Due to my vocation, my wife and I have moved many times. Never have we experienced such a polite, honest and careful moving team. Repair of a broken leg on a chair was repaired promptly and correctly. In every aspect this team of movers has gone beyond the expectation. Both the owner and the team were sensitive to every need, and made a stressful experience of moving much easier . We give them a five star rating and will gladly use them if a future move is necessary. Joe and Zoe Wilson
A Private User
Accurate Moving finished moving us today and Barbara and I both agree they have been the most congenial, most professional, and the most reasonable of any of the many movers we have experienced over our lifetimes. If you need a mover contact these young men--they are the best in Central Texas.