Bailey's Moving Storage
801.296.7444 | Email Us
Serving Salt Lake, Utah County, Weber/Davis, St. George, Northern Utah, Park City, Uintah Basin, Central Utah, Price, Western Utah, South Eastern Utah areas
Since 1952 Bailey’s has been recognized as one of Allied Van Lines’ most successful agents and is one of Utah's finest moving companies.
-Local (Within the state)
-Interstate (Within the United States)
Our Services Include:
Bailey's can relocate your business. We offer moving services for any size of business.
WE GIVE FREE IN HOME/ OFFICE ESTIMATES!
Call us, email us or visit our website to request a free quote.
www.baileysallied.com (801)296-7444 Sales@baileysallied.com
Had a great move
by User87441 on
My family had to move because I lost my job and had to re-locate. Bailey's was very accommodating and moved my family with no problems. I recommend them for any move or storage, local or international!
Good but expensive
by User114751 on
i used another moving company for one my commercial properties they were passable but i wasn't comfortable with them.Bailey's were top notch movers and true professionals,the price is a little steep but you get what you pay for
HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE!!! STAY AWAY FROM THESE GUYS
by User116942 on
I used Bailey's moving storage two weeks ago. It was one of the WORST transactions I have experienced. 1.) They estimated it would take four hours to move my house. The actual work (and subsequent billing) was 3x that amount 2.) Their dispatch overbooked trucks, so instead of sending the truck trailer that had been committed, they sent two smaller trucks which resulted in more trips (and higher $$$ for Bailey's) 3.) They overbilled us for the actual time their guys worked by more than 20% 4.) They had told us they would "take care of the costs" for sending the incorrect truck, but when we got the invoice, it was never taken out 5.) I attempted to contact the company and work out a reasonable compromise that both sides could accept. They did not stand behind their commitments or satisfy the issues. I was willing to pay for the extra work, but I wanted Bailey's to take responsibility for their poor quotation and short comings on their commitments afterwards, but nobody would step up.