Since 1983, Texas State Movers has worked tirelessly at setting the bar when it comes to quality moving services in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. We understand that moving can often prove to be a stressful process and that, regardless of the type of move, the assistance of professional experts is an invaluable asset. That s why we uphold this motto: Protecting Your Valuables Like They Were Our Own. The owner of Texas State Movers, George Munstedt, adheres to a sense of integrity outside of work as well. Actively involved in the community, George is the founder and executive board member of an after-school program called Life After School. This program provides affordable after-school care for elementary and middle school students from underprivileged families in the area. George is also a member of the Dallas Harlequins Rugby Club and coaches the U-19 Colts, a high school club team. His dedication to his community and its members reinforces his commitment to excellence in all areas of life, highlighting the importance of teamwork and superior, quality-focused service.Additional Info
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Customer Name : Chloe SPosted at July 12th, 2022 04::07
Subject :damaged one of my items
Comment : I wish I had read a horrible review before I had hired this company. The movers put deep scratches into my two most expensive pieces of furniture, scratched my brand new hardwood floors, put a dent in my wall, and they were two hours late delivering my furniture because they decided to get lunch without letting anyone know. Those were my complaints before they broke a water pipe in my wall, causing $35,000 of damage throughout my home. The day after the move I met the owner, George. He was unprofessional, disrespectful, and aggressive. He had the audacity to tell me I was stupid for putting in high end wood floors, so any damage that was caused by his men was my fault. TL;DR: This move was a nightmare that cost me my insurance deductible, two of my most expensive pieces of furniture, plus the quoted cost of the move. Although their prices may seem competitive, the damage they do make them much more expensive. Its not worth the risk.