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About Easy Movers Inc
Joseph P. Geipe & Sons is not a new name when it comes to professional moving services. The Geipe family has been moving families across Baltimore and Maryland for over 3 generations. Joseph Geipe, Jr. said, “At Easy Movers, Inc., we pride ourselves on maintaining the work ethic that was passed down from my grandfather. We conduct our business with honesty, integrity, and reliability to assure quality moves for our clients.” In 1996, Joseph P. Geipe Jr., the owner of Easy Movers, Inc., became an agent of Wheaton World Wide Moving and extended their reach to accommodate their clients who were moving out of state or out of the country. Easy Movers, Inc. has helped thousands of clients over the years move locally, around the Baltimore area, as well as assisting those moving out of state or internationally. We understand moving is more than just boxes and packing. It is preserving family heirlooms and precious family memories. It’s a life change. Easy Movers, Inc. has been an award-winning agent for Wheaton World Wide Moving for many years. As a Wheaton Agent, we have earned the ProMover designation, are the preferred Steinway & Sons interstate mover, and have earned the Good Housekeeping Seal. Our Wheaton Drivers are all certified and have earned many Certificates of Achievements.
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very very bad move
Our move was horrible. Broken and scratched furniture...broken irreplaceable pottery...lost box spring....and yet it was our fault because we packed things badly. Even if that were true a box that is labeled glass and is both punctured and crushed contents wouldn't have survived no matter how it was packed.
A wooden leg was broken off of a chair. Did I mention a lost box spring...and it was never found.
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