Hornet Moving Announces One-Year Anniversary
Locally owned company offers quality moving services in Charlotte area
May 09, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Hornet Moving LLC continues to provide quality moving services to the Charlotte community as the company completes its first year in business.
Blake Bruner, managing partner of Hornet Moving, launched the company in January 2016. Since then the locally owned and operated company has grown to more than 25 employees, all local residents.
The company consistently earns five-star reviews on both Facebook and Yelp as customers compliment the movers for being efficient, hard-working, trustworthy and fast.
“I believe that a reputation as an honest and reliable businessman is the recipe for success,” said Bruner. “While others seek to profit by cutting corners, or recommending unnecessary services to customers, I believe that a good reputation and consistent service will reap bigger profits in the long run.”
Hornet Moving employs clean-cut, athletic young men who work hard to make residents’ move easy. All movers are professionally trained full-time employees.
The company handles both commercial and residential moving and packing. The Charlotte moving company charges a flat hourly rate with a two-hour minimum on most jobs and no travel charge within Charlotte. Rates are calculated by the minute and not rounded up so customers only pay for the time that movers work.
Moves are made in large box trucks up to 26 feet with plenty of room to fit families’ furniture and belongings. Movers bring their own hand trucks, dollies, furniture pads and the rest of the tools and equipment they need to complete the job. Hornet Moving carries full commercial insurance including actual value replacement to provide customers with peace of mind.
Moving can be a stressful time. Hiring movers is supposed to make the experience less stressful. Hornet Moving’s customers compliment the company for doing so.
“With a couple hours of help from our local moving team, you’ll have everything packed, loaded and delivered without breaking a sweat,” Bruner said. “That leaves you free to handle other tasks associated with moving.”