If you need a company you can trust, when it comes to moving your furniture and valuables in your home, I endorse 7 Brothers Moving. Since 2006, Merrill Teemant and his brothers have been taking the stress out of moving for hundreds of families in both Salt Lake and Utah counties.
It all started, he tells me, after he and his brothers were repeatedly asked to help people move. These were friends, family, and church members. Merrill observed that those helping move would sometimes toss belongings into the back of trucks and trailers, leave a job half-finished because they got bored, or just sit around and watch others work. “Finally,” he says, “it occurred to me that there was a need for a trustworthy, responsible, company that would take care of moving for people.” That is when he and his brothers decided to found 7 Brothers Moving.
“It’s so important that our customers know what to expect when we arrive.” – Merrill Teemant, owner
From that first call, to the final walk through, 7 Brothers Moving treats each customer as an individual. “It’s so important that our customers know what to expect when we arrive. That is why we send out a very detailed email, outlining all of the steps we take, to make sure their move is as positive as possible,” Merrill tells me. Merrill will tell you his approach to customer satisfaction is simple: “It is also vital that our customers understand exactly what we will do and won’t do. Communication is essential. That way there are no misunderstandings and everyone is happy in the end.” “Strong, honest, and hardworking – – because that’s how Mama raised us.”
“We take pride in doing a good job…” – Merrill Teemant
With 5 trucks and the 20 experienced and trained employees that 7 Brothers Moving has on staff, they are able to move anyone very quickly. “We don’t use ‘temp’ employees,” Merrill explains. “After a background check, reference checks and drug testing, we train our employees on the correct way to do things. We take pride in doing a good job and that comes from proper training and job security.”
~ Bill Gephardt