What’s It Like to be a Two Men and a Truck Mover?

Preparing for a move causes a lot of stress. There are boxes to pack and last bills to pay, kids to console and friends who say goodbye. It’s in these moments that you need someone to make the transition a little easier. Two Men and a Truck wants to be the company you call when your move date approaches. We send a team of movers who will listen to you, take care of your belongings and ease your worry.

So, what’s it like to be on the other end of the spectrum, to be the person who moves every day? Our movers have a very difficult job which involves much more than moving boxes and furniture. They show up at 7:30 a.m. every day, and show up to the customer’s house prepared for any circumstance. They help people move in and out of nursing homes, travel out of state, pack houses and even help our customers set up their furniture and appliances in their new homes. It’s incredible how hard our movers work, and even more amazing that they do so with such endurance and a never-ending positive attitude.

Most of our movers agree that the best part of their jobs is working with the customers. Ryan Abbott, our mover with the highers referral rating for October, says, “We’re definitely needed, especially for people who retire in Florida and don’t have their families to help them move.” Our movers meet customers from all ages and backgrounds, and they take pride in performing the service that most people would not be able to do on their own.

Our movers receive an average 96% referral rating from their customers. Our movers always ask if the customer needs anything else, and to please leave their feedback via our two online surveys. Most of the customers we have come from referrals, and it’s because of the hard work of our movers that we have such a high reputation.

Like us on Facebook to see more about our Two Men and a Truck movers and drivers. You can also check out our website to learn more about Two Men and a Truck’s moving and packing services.

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