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Graham Moving is a phenomenal group of people that know how to get the job done right. Scott Graham (owner) and his employees exemplify what it means to provide exceptional customer. During a recent move we ran into some unforeseen circumstances that required a quick change of plans from a one day move into short term storage situation. Scott assessed the situation immediately (which was well after business hours) and quickly recommended an alternative strategy that would keep me and my family happy, while keeping our stuff safe and sound. A few weeks later we were finally able to move into our new house and Scott and his crew carved some time out their already busy schedule to move us for a second time. My wife and I are thrilled we chose to work with Graham Moving and would highly recommend them to anyone in need of a moving company. All of the movers were extremely friendly polite, and courteous and they handled all of our stuff with care. Thank you Scott Graham and all of the movers at Graham Moving. We couldn’t have done it without you guys!!!
The staff were very friendly and helpful. They paid special attention to the late start due to my work schedule. The crew that did our move were friendly, fast and especially careful with our more fragile pieces!
Northern Lights Moving did an awesome job and in thunderstorms no less, moving my household! The staff could not have been better from Dan to Nik and staff. I highly recommend them.
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On July 23rd, 2016 we entered into contract with Rick Rossow to purchase and remove our house and pole barn because we are developing our property. Per the contract Rick was supposed to have the house and pole barn removed from the site no later than August 15, 2016. Since he was unable to move it by that date, as a courtesy we extended the time for him to remove them. We have tried to contact him numerous times via phone, text and email. We have not gotten a response. I was able to get a hold of him on August 31 and told him per the contract, he owns the home and pole barn and they need to be removed by any means necessary by September 13. I contacted the Mid-States Housemovers Assoc VP, Neil Anderson . He spoke to Rick and there has been no resolve. The pole barn is loaded on to the trailer and is sitting in the middle of our driveway preventing the development of our land. This has left us in quite a bind and will soon be impeding the development of our property, not to mention the additional $15,000 - $20,000 it will cost us to demo and remove the house/pole barn and the additional expense we will have to pay for development due to delays and maybe losing a contractor due to scheduling