Two Men And A Truck

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  • 6400 Cornhusker Highway Suite 225

    Lincoln, NE 68507

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  • 402-466-4669

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Monday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM; Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM; Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM; Thursday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM; Friday: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM; Saturday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; Sunday: Closed
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We used them to move within Omaha and also from Lincoln to Omaha.\r\nIt is deceiving to think that a home can be moved in one of their trucks. They kept saying that a small three bedroom home can be moved in one truck. If that is true, we just moved a small 15 bedroom home into a 4 bedroom home! For the home in Omaha, it took 3 truckloads. This was a small three bedroom home. In Omaha you pay by time, which includes time to fill the truck, take it to the new home, empty it, drive back to the old home, fill it again, drive to the new home, empty it and drive to the old home, fill it, drive to the new home and empty it. Obviously would save if they had one large moving van one is accustomed to. With this knowledge, I called repeatedly to Two Men and a truck in Lincoln, asking for at least two trucks to show up. They declined until the movers actually showed up and told the office we did indeed need at least another truck. There was no time to fill the truck, drive to Omaha, empty it, drive back to Lincoln, fill it, and drive back to Omaha, etc. This was their plan! The house in Lincoln closed at 1:00. Two men and a truck have no concern about closing times. Once the house closes, anything left could be kept by the new owner. My home filled the two trucks and also my truck. I had only one bedroom with furniture. Also, I left the kitchen table, chairs and a china hutch. I left the tread mill. Again, ridiculous to think a small three bedroom home could fit into one of the trucks. They stand by that and will not listen to the facts.\r\nThe home in Omaha closed at 11:00. The movers had no concern for this at all. It was 11:00 and we needed to at least move everything left in the house into the garage so that the new owners could get into the house. The movers suddenly left and went to the new house, or so we thought. We quickly left, too, to open the house for them. They had actually left to have lunch! Many problems ensued with the new owners because of this.\r\nBoth the Lincoln and Omaha movers haphazardly put boxes anywhere and everywhere. The boxes were tossed.\r\nMy move from Lincoln cost twice as much as quoted. I was stunned. I called the next day and the office person did not care and said so. I was told a full truck would be $2,328.00. I was not told they were small trucks, I was told one truck could easily move my home. The actual moving price was $4,368.24!!!! There were add on costs, too, that I was not informed of - $79.50 for a large TV and $69.30 for a piano. The furniture was not placed where we wanted, where we told the movers, but when they were ?done?, it had already been 12 hours. One of the men was sweating profusely and wheezing; I actually thought it was illegal to keep them longer than 12 hours. Aren?t there labor laws? This is with 4 movers. So, I let them go. I expected someone to come out the next day and finish the job ? put the furniture where it actually belonged. The office personnel said they could send someone back out ? but at $102 and hour!! I would think after paying them $4,368.24, a couple hours of moving furniture where we actually asked them to put it instead of where they put it could have been at no charge. When I called in, they did not honor the quoted prices. I said I was going to report all these actions to Angies List, BBB, and anywhere else I can, and she said I was welcome to do that! \r\nNow, finally to damages. What we have found so far: Three chips out of the walls; scratches on the walls; my file cabinet drawers completely broke off, I had to order a new file cabinet ($300); stand up heater crushed; marks on the tile floor; two chips off a very expensive curio cabinet; chip out of oak mantel wood work; chip out of oak woodwork; and left a very muddy floor. This is all we have found so far; it will take a while to unpack our ?small 15 bedroom home.?\r\n

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We used them to move within Omaha and also from Lincoln to Omaha.\r\nIt is deceiving to think that a home can be moved in one of their trucks. They kept saying that a small three bedroom home can be moved in one truck. If that is true, we just moved a small 15 bedroom home into a 4 bedroom home! For the home in Omaha, it took 3 truckloads. This was a small three bedroom home. In Omaha you pay by time, which includes time to fill the truck, take it to the new home, empty it, drive back to the old home, fill it again, drive to the new home, empty it and drive to the old home, fill it, drive to the new home and empty it. Obviously would save if they had one large moving van one is accustomed to. With this knowledge, I called repeatedly to Two Men and a truck in Lincoln, asking for at least two trucks to show up. They declined until the movers actually showed up and told the office we did indeed need at least another truck. There was no time to fill the truck, drive to Omaha, empty it, drive back to Lincoln, fill it, and drive back to Omaha, etc. This was their plan! The house in Lincoln closed at 1:00. Two men and a truck have no concern about closing times. Once the house closes, anything left could be kept by the new owner. My home filled the two trucks and also my truck. I had only one bedroom with furniture. Also, I left the kitchen table, chairs and a china hutch. I left the tread mill. Again, ridiculous to think a small three bedroom home could fit into one of the trucks. They stand by that and will not listen to the facts.\r\nThe home in Omaha closed at 11:00. The movers had no concern for this at all. It was 11:00 and we needed to at least move everything left in the house into the garage so that the new owners could get into the house. The movers suddenly left and went to the new house, or so we thought. We quickly left, too, to open the house for them. They had actually left to have lunch! Many problems ensued with the new owners because of this.\r\nBoth the Lincoln and Omaha movers haphazardly put boxes anywhere and everywhere. The boxes were tossed.\r\nMy move from Lincoln cost twice as much as quoted. I was stunned. I called the next day and the office person did not care and said so. I was told a full truck would be $2,328.00. I was not told they were small trucks, I was told one truck could easily move my home. The actual moving price was $4,368.24!!!! There were add on costs, too, that I was not informed of - $79.50 for a large TV and $69.30 for a piano. The furniture was not placed where we wanted, where we told the movers, but when they were ?done?, it had already been 12 hours. One of the men was sweating profusely and wheezing; I actually thought it was illegal to keep them longer than 12 hours. Aren?t there labor laws? This is with 4 movers. So, I let them go. I expected someone to come out the next day and finish the job ? put the furniture where it actually belonged. The office personnel said they could send someone back out ? but at $102 and hour!! I would think after paying them $4,368.24, a couple hours of moving furniture where we actually asked them to put it instead of where they put it could have been at no charge. When I called in, they did not honor the quoted prices. I said I was going to report all these actions to Angies List, BBB, and anywhere else I can, and she said I was welcome to do that! \r\nNow, finally to damages. What we have found so far: Three chips out of the walls; scratches on the walls; my file cabinet drawers completely broke off, I had to order a new file cabinet ($300); stand up heater crushed; marks on the tile floor; two chips off a very expensive curio cabinet; chip out of oak mantel wood work; chip out of oak woodwork; and left a very muddy floor. This is all we have found so far; it will take a while to unpack our ?small 15 bedroom home.?\r\n

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They are way too expensive it was gonna cost me 1000.00 to move a 2 bedroom house 45 miles CRAZY PRICING

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They are way too expensive it was gonna cost me 1000.00 to move a 2 bedroom house 45 miles CRAZY PRICING

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I got an estimate to move my small apartment of items to a trailer house. In my opinion the price was rediculous. A friend moved us in one pickup load. Buyer beware.

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I got an estimate to move my small apartment of items to a trailer house. In my opinion the price was rediculous. A friend moved us in one pickup load. Buyer beware.

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