For a super thrifty and crafty way to bring life back to scuffed and handled wood, add 3/4 cup of oil and 1/4 cup vinegar (white or apple cider vinegar) together, mix it in a jar, and then rub it into the wood. You won’t even need to wipe it off because the wood just soaks it in.
Everyone agrees moving is no easy task, but it can be a rewarding experience. Some of our current feedback sound like this, “Fabulous! Went above and beyond Chris even did carpentry work-will always use East Coast for all our moves-Carrie made everything fall into place perfectly-Robert was the best” –Mary O. of Sunset Beach, NC.
Lauren N. from Montville, New Jersey wrote a whole thank you letter! Here are some of the excerpts, “You helped to support me through what, as you were well aware, was a very stressful endeavor. […] The way they wrapped every single piece was well beyond what I expected. […] Your team saved me!! They were just amazing from start to finish. […] Anyway, the care this team took to unpack the truck, arrange the furniture and place the boxes where they belonged was amazing. […] Would I recommend them? You bet! And, in fact, will be calling on you again when we are ready to move from this rental to our forever new home.”
Sharing this feedback can be your reassurance that East Coast Moving does come through when promising a smooth move with us, it’s a “shore” thing!
The Better Business Bureau received more than 8,900 complaints against both licensed and unlicensed movers in 2010 — a 5% increase over 2009, says spokeswoman Sheila Adkins.
Please be advised that East Coast Moving LLC of Shallotte North Carolina has been an “Affiliate” Member of the Better Business Bureau since 2004 and will remain your personal, professional moving company always.
What is an affiliate member? A member having partial status or privileges…. have in mind, think of – intend to refer to.
At East Coast Moving, a smooth move with us .., it’s a “shore” thing! We greatly appreciate your business and your referrals.