Andy's Transfer & Storage

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    I have used them for my home moves and office moves. The are real pros, plus they support our community.

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    I have used them for my home moves and office moves. The are real pros, plus they support our community.

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    We recently did a move with Andy's Transfer & Storage from the Santa Clarita area to Bend, OR. We specifically chose Andy's from all the good reviews about them on movingscam.com. Unfortunately, this move was not the best for us, and I have to tell you we're something of authorities after doing about 29 residential moves in the last 30 years.
    Kent Delaney did the estimation. He was very detailed and painstakingly slow in his calculations and still under-estimated the load. It almost didn't fit on the truck. The load was large enough to take up the whole huge trailer and was driven up to Oregon by the same guys. Robert was our driver, Robert's Dad, and two helpers. It took them 11 hours to load (it was raining), and 2 days to drive it up to Oregon. Upon arrival, they were going to try to unload using only 3 guys (one being the Dad, who's way too old to be doing this kind of work.) We insisted that they hire two add. helpers to unload; thank God the driver finally listened and called two in. From the beginning in Calif. they never protected the floors which were Travertine so tough and can take it. However, on the receiving end, all the flooring is wood, so not tough enough to take the pounding. One of the helpers decided we had to have taped down cardboard on the entry, good call, because they were just using a taped down mat which came loose immediately. Even with the 5 guys it took about 7 hours to unload (in the snow). We ended up with broken stuff, two walls damaged (holes in drywall from furniture not adequately secured on the handcart), almost everything was scratched or damaged from the move. They broke a steel hand-cart and bent my husband's heavy duty work bench. Anyway, it was kind of a nightmare. Just wanted to share. Our weight was around 32K pounds.

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    We recently did a move with Andy's Transfer & Storage from the Santa Clarita area to Bend, OR. We specifically chose Andy's from all the good reviews about them on movingscam.com. Unfortunately, this move was not the best for us, and I have to tell you we're something of authorities after doing about 29 residential moves in the last 30 years.
    Kent Delaney did the estimation. He was very detailed and painstakingly slow in his calculations and still under-estimated the load. It almost didn't fit on the truck. The load was large enough to take up the whole huge trailer and was driven up to Oregon by the same guys. Robert was our driver, Robert's Dad, and two helpers. It took them 11 hours to load (it was raining), and 2 days to drive it up to Oregon. Upon arrival, they were going to try to unload using only 3 guys (one being the Dad, who's way too old to be doing this kind of work.) We insisted that they hire two add. helpers to unload; thank God the driver finally listened and called two in. From the beginning in Calif. they never protected the floors which were Travertine so tough and can take it. However, on the receiving end, all the flooring is wood, so not tough enough to take the pounding. One of the helpers decided we had to have taped down cardboard on the entry, good call, because they were just using a taped down mat which came loose immediately. Even with the 5 guys it took about 7 hours to unload (in the snow). We ended up with broken stuff, two walls damaged (holes in drywall from furniture not adequately secured on the handcart), almost everything was scratched or damaged from the move. They broke a steel hand-cart and bent my husband's heavy duty work bench. Anyway, it was kind of a nightmare. Just wanted to share. Our weight was around 32K pounds.

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    Andy's transfer is highly regarded off of movingscam.com, a site that has everything you'd want to know about moving and the scams that can arise from such situations. After much research, we decided to get a quote from them -- Kent Delaney, their appraiser, was very professional and extremely detailed. He went in depth over every possible cost and detail. In the end, his estimate was spot on.

    Andy's Transfer contracts with NorthAmerican Vanlines, the guys who do the actual moving. I guess it depends sometimes who actually comes to do your move. In our case, we were luckily assigned to a driver named Feliciano -- and as his name implied, he was one of the nicest guys i've met -- always smiling and very gracious, you could tell he loved his job and was very good at it. He apparently worked up to the point where he owned his own vehicle (which is supposedly the best scenario for a mover) -- He took great care with our things and didn't break a single object. He wrapped everything carefully with moving pads and moved quickly and efficiently. He even delivered everything ahead of schedule, and made sure we had a written checklist of everything that he moved so we could check it off as they arrived. In the end, he went over any missing items on the list and located them quickly. Andy's even lent us several wardrobe boxes so we could stuff our clothes neatly -- and were available to assist when we needed more during the move process. It was a bit pricey, but it was definitely some of the best money I've ever spent -- sure beats a back injury!

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    Andy's transfer is highly regarded off of movingscam.com, a site that has everything you'd want to know about moving and the scams that can arise from such situations. After much research, we decided to get a quote from them -- Kent Delaney, their appraiser, was very professional and extremely detailed. He went in depth over every possible cost and detail. In the end, his estimate was spot on.

    Andy's Transfer contracts with NorthAmerican Vanlines, the guys who do the actual moving. I guess it depends sometimes who actually comes to do your move. In our case, we were luckily assigned to a driver named Feliciano -- and as his name implied, he was one of the nicest guys i've met -- always smiling and very gracious, you could tell he loved his job and was very good at it. He apparently worked up to the point where he owned his own vehicle (which is supposedly the best scenario for a mover) -- He took great care with our things and didn't break a single object. He wrapped everything carefully with moving pads and moved quickly and efficiently. He even delivered everything ahead of schedule, and made sure we had a written checklist of everything that he moved so we could check it off as they arrived. In the end, he went over any missing items on the list and located them quickly. Andy's even lent us several wardrobe boxes so we could stuff our clothes neatly -- and were available to assist when we needed more during the move process. It was a bit pricey, but it was definitely some of the best money I've ever spent -- sure beats a back injury!

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