Reebie Storage and Moving

10423 Franklin Avenue, Franklin Park, Illinois 60131 USA

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About Reebie Storage and Moving

10423 Franklin Avenue
Franklin Park, Illinois

In 1880, William C. Reebie founded his moving company with no more than an assistant and a two-wheel cart. Though it started from meager beginnings, Reebie Storage and Moving quickly became well known and respected in the Chicago area. A few years later, the first horse drawn carts progressed to Chicago's first motorized moving van, built and designed by William C. Reebie. Reebie and his van, "The Moving King," quickly took Chicago by storm, becoming the city's most reliable moving company.

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Keith Lesko



Avoid at all costs for anything outside of a local move. The loading crew was great, but the transportation and unloading crews were terrible. First time in 10 moves that we have had to file a claim for damages (I know small things get beat up a bit in a move), and they decided to send me a $10 check for the cost of replacing a $500 table that they damaged. This after multiple phone calls, e-mails with photo, and a 3rd party rep coming out and telling me the value I have on the table is correct and the cost to repair it would be even more than replacement.

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