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gailrooney1

Feb 22, 2012, 6:59 AM

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Need recommendation for furniture moving co.Chapala to USA

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We are moving to Tucson in April and would appreciate your recommendation of a moving company that you have had experience with. I would also like to hear any complaints by private email.



esperanza

Feb 22, 2012, 7:29 AM

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Re: [gailrooney1] Need recommendation for furniture moving co.Chapala to USA

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I recommend SEYMI, out of Guadalajara, with no reservations whatsoever. They are absolute professionals and a real class act. Their services include packing your household for you and they are the best in the business.

The owner, Sr. Raśl Covarrubias, speaks excellent English.

http://www.seymi.com.mx
Tels. (0133) 3603 0000 / 3603 0128 / 3603 0184. Fax (0133) 3603 1553

http://www.mexicocooks.typepad.com









johninajijic

Feb 22, 2012, 8:39 AM

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Re: [esperanza] Need recommendation for furniture moving co.Chapala to USA

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I second what esperanza has said in full. They moved me from the border in Laredo to their storage facility in GDL for 6 months, then to my new home in Ajijic. Total professionals.

There is another company equally competent.
BALDERAS MOVERS INTERNATIONAL - Exc Reputation
Talk to: MARCELA BALDERAS
Telephone: 01 333 810 4859

Many people at Lakeside use Strom-White, but I have no experience with them.

Compare prices of the top two. Get full insurance if you think you have a lot of valuables. If you're not insured and the truck goes off a cliff you're SOL.


Axixic


Feb 22, 2012, 1:25 PM

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Re: [gailrooney1] Need recommendation for furniture moving co.Chapala to USA

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I recommend Winston at Lake Chapala Moving. He's moved me twice at the Lake but I know people he has moved long distance and they were very happy. He is better priced than the other movers.

http://www.lakechapalamoving.com/


Axixic


Nov 3, 2012, 3:09 AM

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Re: [bobrock] Need recommendation for furniture moving co.Chapala to USA

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What?

The OP was asking about moving companies not actually moving furniture in a house. Down here I don't know of anyone who has linoleum. We all have ceramic hard tiles that doesn't scuff.


Arizonakid


Nov 3, 2012, 7:24 AM

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Re: [bobrock] Need recommendation for furniture moving co.Chapala to USA

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Here's a tip for you on moving kitchen appliances. Works like a charm.
Most modern refrigerator/freezers are on roller these days but if yours is not, this tip will work on the heavy stuff too.
Go to a carpet store and buy a couple of pieces of heavy carpeting that they use for display. Commercial grade is best. Cut them into 6 inch squares. Slide a square of carpeting under each corner of the appliance, usable side down. You can now move what ever it is around or out, without scuffing anything, Tile or linoleum. You're welcome!


DavidHF

Nov 3, 2012, 7:32 AM

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Re: [gailrooney1] Need recommendation for furniture moving co.Chapala to USA

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Strom-White Movers, Ajijic. They moved us here as well as severl friends. They're also moved several friends NOB. Excellent reputation.

http://www.strommoving.com/


johninajijic

Nov 3, 2012, 9:32 AM

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Strom White is excellent too. They moved my neighbor who is very fussy to Nashville, TN. They just packed up my cousins furniture on the 31st for a move to Bradenton, FL.
 
 
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