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  • Serving: 603 Northpark Central Dr, Ste 200, Houston, TX 77073
  • Phone: (281) 821-3183
  • Site: colemanallied.com
  • Address: 603 Northpark, Central Dr, Ste 200, Houston, TX 77073
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10 october 2017, 17:41

Before calling Coleman American - Allied I had several moves most of which involved focusing on how cheaply I could do the move. The results were always disastrous. Particularly because I used movers in the past that weren't national. The costs always seemed to double and the service horrible. Then I called Colman American Allied. What a night and day experience. Start to finish they were incredible, walked me through everything and packed everything with care. My tip to you is go with a company like Allied that will give you a binding quote. If they do it by size, ask for a deposit and don't come out on site to assess don't bother with them.I know, I sound like a commercial, but I'm just really happy with their service.Really can't thank the Allied teams enough the great experience.I reviewed a moving company previously that wasn't a national mover. Don't bother with them, stick with these pros.

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10 october 2017, 17:41

Pretty good experience. They provided free used boxes for my DIY packing. Pick up and delivery were both on time and professional. A few dents and small damage was found during delivery but no significant issue.

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10 october 2017, 17:41

If there was an option for ZERO stars I would have chosen that!! WORST MOVE EVER! I'm a US military veteran and this company was my WORST NIGHTMARE!!! Unprofessional and RUDE!!! They left parts boxes in my home, packed my ladder from my rental property and the driver, Bobby, was the worst and most unprofessional around! I've moved 3 times with the military and never had this issue ever before. I specifically asked him not to have the guys unpack my clothes, instead he dumped my kids clothes on the bed and piled them as high as he could! Then he got an attitude because he didn't feel the need to consult me with details when I asked them to unpack! He then had one of his guys video tape me in my own home on his cell phone! This was the first and the last move I will ever do with this company!! I will blast them on every site because it was the worst experience ever!!! EVER!!!!!!!!!! The way they treat customers- let alone Military vets is appalling! I will never ever deal with this company ever again!!!! EVERRRRRRRR!!!!!!

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10 october 2017, 17:41

Allied Coleman Services experience on my move across the state was OK. Packers broke a couple of things.  If they asked us before using force it would avoid braking any items.  Packing and delivery was good. I included the car as part of the package price.  It was big headache. Paper work for the car was never submitted so that delayed us leaving the state for another 2 days waiting for the car to be picked up and unexpected expense.  My suggestion is to have the car transport the car with a separate transportation company.

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10 october 2017, 17:41

To say that I am dis-satisfied with this move is an understatement. I was charged just shy of $3000.00 for a move of a certain amount of pounds and certain amount of boxes. Someone. somewhere lost numerous items and boxes totaling easily over $5000.00I have numerous complaints. 1) How my property was handled. A vase was broken. Now I can certainly understand things get broke. However someone broke it, and stuck a large piece of the broken vase in one of my Rubbermaid bins so that as I'm unpacking I nearly cut myself because no one gave any warning there was a large piece of this vase in any containers. The movers packed this item. When it was unloaded they knew it was broke, they showed me then took it away. No mention of a 6 inch by 6 inch piece being in my personal belongings. My dining room table top was ROLLED down the sidewalk when it was only protected by paper. This table top is not heavy. The table top is not big. I am a 5'4 woman approx 125 lbs and I could carry it. So there is no excuse for it being rolled down the 15 feet from the truck to the apt. People were being lazy plain and simple. This tells me there is a quality control issue at hand. I had another shelving unit dented and stained. So, minus the missing items which I will get to next Im completely dis-satisfied with the care of my belongings. 2) NUMEROUS missing items and boxes: Dining room chair, nightstand, simple human trash can, rubbermaid full of medicines, unopened giant pack of toilet paper, and Numerous missing boxes. I have completed a claim for the missing items and have not done a claim for the boxes yet. There's countless items in the boxes so it will be a lengthy process to recall all the items and fill it out online. I have two boxes of at least 30 books missing. Dinner plates, bathroom products, blankets etc. I was told by a claims adjuster that " she couldn't start looking for my stuff until I filled out a claim." Insanity. You mean you cant start looking for items until I fill out a form? Anyway I filled out a form of the larger items to start the process and to start recuperating lost money. Not only do I have 3000.00 tied up in a move. I have 5000.00 worth of lost stuff out in no mans land and now I need to go front money for such items as dinner plates and a trash can because I need those. 3) The lack of transparency by the company when they KNEW they had lost my things. I am now being told that the truck checked into San Diego missing items. Why was I not given a phone call and told that upon delivery there will be items missing. The man that called to schedule the delivery time certainly knew about missing items and SHOULD have told me. So that when movers came I was checking off boxes as they brought items in the house. Movers did not give me any paper work and say " check off items as we come in" At the very end I was stuck looking around and I noticed the large missing items immediately. I then realized boxes were missing. Since then I have been given numerous different phone numbers and a "claims adjuster" who said she cant do anything until I file a claim. So I did. The beginning of one anyway because the items in the boxes will take me hours. This is hours away from my family.I work for the government and at this point I would not recommend Allied to anyone.  I am unhappy paying 3000.00 for items that didn't leave Houston. I want to be compensated for that. I also expect no push back or grief with the claims process for my missing items. The lack of care of my items, the lack of transparency and amount of money I have tied up in missing items is unacceptable. Allied needs to have a serious look at their quality control.I am missing $5300.00 worth of belongings and I am not even done. I still have prolly 15 items to list. Allied literally lost my kitchen. Trash can, plates, everything. All I received was some broken wine glasses and silverware. Not to mention the big items they lost. An entire crate is missing. I have been dealing with a claim adjuster that has zero sense of urgency. She says because Im not missing a fridge Im not missing any "essential" items. I find this unacceptable. I informed Allied of missing items the day my things were delivered yet she wants to use Feb 15 as the beginning of my "120 days" to close out my claim. I am not pleased with her careless attitude. A glass nightstand was delivered, broken, it's all glass and they want to send someone to the house to see if they can fix it. Wasting my time because they don't want to file an insurance claim. SHAME ON YOU ALLIED.

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