Golden Bay Relocation, who are movers in San Francisco, made what might have been a very stressful move, into a totally stress-free and uncomplicated move. I was moving out of a home I had lived in for 8 years and thought I was going to spend the rest of my life their. But the economy hit my business hard and I was forced to downsize and sell my house. But I felt lucky to have the support and help of my moving company in San Francisco.
A good moving company in the City is hard to find. There are all kinds of scammers just looking for someone to cheat out of their hard-earned money. In fact, that happened to a friend of mine. She didn’t want to pay for a premium moving company, so she looked on Craigslist for someone who was advertising cheap moving services. She hired someone from Craigslist, but it turned out to be anything but cheap. She ended up having to pay hundreds extra because of charges that were added on by the fake moving company.
I knew that hiring a moving company would be expensive, but I also knew that it would be worth it if I didn’t have some one to help me with the move. I knew that if I hired Golden Bay, I would get what I paid for—no more, no less.
And I was right about that. The staff at Golden Bay was exceptionally friendly and did a wonderful job with my move. Nothing was out of place and I even drew up a map of where I wanted everything, and they placed everything where I had planned. It was a perfect execution of how I wanted everything to be I my new home.
Since I really didn’t have to stress much over the physical portion of the move, I felt that the move went much smoother. I was stressed for a little while when I became overwhelmed by the empty boxes I needed to pack, but for the most part, it was an easy move. And easy was just what I needed at that time.
Hiring Golden Bay truly made my move a much more pleasant experience. I didn’t have to worry about street parking or driving a huge moving van and I didn’t have to worry about making sure that all of my heavy objects made it into and out of the truck. All I had to do what let the movers in and let them do what they needed to get the job done.
My San Francisco move wasn’t as devastating as I imagined it would be. I feel ready to make the next transition in my life.