If you are looking for a moving company, you would be wise to avoid All My Sons Moving & Storage. You don't need to take my word for it; you can simply google them and view the exorbitant number of complaints that people have posted. Allow me to share a few details with you regarding my nightmare move. We paid far more than we had anticipated (I was however aware of the costs in advance) and happened to receive a few surprises.
After the movers had finished, my girlfriend and I noticed several items were missing as we began unpacking. A large, empty 5-gallon water jug filled with change and a new window-mounted air conditioner were missing. We didn't care much about the air-conditioning unit, as we had central a/c in the new residence, but the fact is that it was ours. The missing money was of quite a concern. A theft had occured.
Quite a shock came with this realization, however, it was nothing compared to the shock I received when I attempted to deal with this company in the following days. Not one phone call was ever returned. Bear in mind that I placed four phone calls in the first-week following. They made not a single attempt.
Upon realizing that they were not a professional outfit, I sought the assistance of the Better Business Bureau and the state of Connecticut. The rebuttal that I received from the company (it took assistance to get them to even acknowledge me) was anything but satisfactory. Arrogance about sums it up. I have yet to hear back from them, but am not anticipating anything short of unprofessional garbage (this is the only thing they should be trusted moving). The fact is that we were robbed. I did not want to involve the police, but they are forcing my hand in the matter. They are the most indecent organization I have ever dealt with, and you won't find any bargain in their pricing either. I am waiting to hear back from them, as I type this, and am already prepared for more insanity.
If you want to get ripped-off or have damaged goods (just check out other posts and you'll see), then this is the company for you. If you want to play it safe, go to the Better Business Bureau site and find a reputable company. I should have.