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King's Moving & Storage

( 1.0 overall, based on 2 reviews)

906 Perry St
Junction City, KS 66441

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Kings Moving & Storage has been a top Midwestern moving, storage and logistics company for decades. With locations in Wichita, Kansas City and Junction City, we perform local, long distance and international residential and commercial moving and storage services for clients across our service area.


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King's Moving & Storage Reviews - 2

1 out of 5
Worst move we have ever experienced. by Armik A.

Our move with King’s Moving & Storage in Junction City, Kansas had a promising start. The original estimator (who is no longer with the company) seemed highly professional and thorough. It would have been $750 for full coverage insurance, and even though my job would reimburse me, I neither wanted to lay out this amount out of pocket, nor to burden my new employer with what I thought was an unnecessary expense. We have moved more times than I care to count, and we had more than enough experience to pack ourselves. Damage in our past moves had always been trivial, and we had no reason to think a mover with the level of experience King’s claimed could be bad.

Sorry to say, they could. For starters, our refrigerator as delivered was essentially destroyed. The doors were removed for whatever reason, but in doing so the wiring was actually ripped out. The delivery driver actually pointed this out, most likely in self-protection. The damage was that egregious.

In like manner, a particle board desk, hutch, and shelf set was battered beyond use. Several wooden bed frames were disassembled to the level of individual parts – the movers had no idea how to reassemble them. Some very heavy pieces, an oak dining table and an upright piano, were very obviously dented and scratched – the lid of the latter no longer closes. Every single item in several boxes was broken, as though the boxes were stomped flat. Months later, we still find broken stuff.

As I said, we aren’t new to moving, and understand some breakage is inevitable. The amount of damage here basically amounts to vandalism. We are being given 60 cents per pound for a handful of items. A refrigerator repairman wouldn’t come out for the money we’d get for the 383-pound refrigerator. The only way I can take this is as an insult, on top of the original injury. Would they really have been this careless if they knew they had to answer for their carelessness – if that’s what it was. It’s almost as though the lower rate insurance was a license to break things. My suggestion would be to not give King’s that license, and look elsewhere for your moving needs.

1 out of 5
Worst move I have ever experiencedby Gregory T.

This is the worst moving experience I have ever had. Let's make a list.
1. I receive a call the night before confirming my time of 1100-1400 for my move. At 0827 I receive a call from the driver letting me know he is at my residence. I tell him that I am in Manhattan, KS and will be there shortly then asked if he would be there as well. He replies yes. I get home, no movers. I wait around 5-10 minutes, still no movers. I call my primary move manager to report the issue. About 5-10 minutes later, the movers knock on my door.
2. They are fairly polite, they called me sir a few times, I thought things were smoothing out. Not really. A few things arrive damaged and they suggest I just go buy things to replace it. That is most certainly not the customer's responsibility.

3. One of the movers hurt their finger. It bleeds, he doesn't really do anything to stop it at first, just keeps sticking his finger in his mouth like a child. Then, he bleeds on my floor, then, he bleeds on my mattress. Most people would consider that a biohazard. I am one of those people. Again, the suggestion is to clean it myself. Not my responsibility. I didn't put the blood there, I won't be the one cleaning it.
4. I also find out other things are damaged, we fill out paperwork, which I later find out is only an intent to file a claim, not a claim like I was lead to believe.
5. I call Dwayne, or Duane, at the office to return his phone call and let him know the movers got here and have completed delivery, and to address my concerns with him. I let him know that a few things arrived damaged and about the blood on my mattress, where I have to sleep. Every night. Which, to me, is now rendered useless because I'm not going to sleep on someone else's blood, nor am I going to clean it. I didn't put it there. Dwayne/Duane suggests he gets it cleaned. Somewhat generous, not good enough for me. I tell him that it's a biohazard and I don't know if cleaning it is going to be good enough. He explodes, he starts yelling, he says I'm being ridiculous, then tells me to file a claim with DPS and hangs up on me.

I have never been so insulted in my life. I have never had a worse move in my life. If I could give this deplorable service less than one star on here, I would.

They are a complete inconvenience to their customer and exhibit deplorable customer service. They are insulting on not only the mover end, but the office and service end as well. I wouldn't use these people if they paid me.


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