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   186 Reviews
6835 Dayton Springfield Rd
Enon, OH 45323
(937) 412-1100
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Recent Reviews:

June 26, 2015
Fairborn, OH
Well, once your men came out, they helped us determine that we needed more than 2 guys & without any hassle, they came back the next day to move everything for us! It was great!
June 23, 2015
Rice, Don
Dayton, OH
Showed up on time and worked quickly.
June 17, 2015
Dayton, OH
Movers arrived promptly, and were both efficient and courteous.
June 17, 2015
Englewood, OH
They were on time, very courteous, friendly, careful with my stuff and very efficient.
June 10, 2015
Buddemeyer, Janet
Dayton, OH
Wow, I must recommend Shauntai Carter & Tre for the Olympics - they are Hercules! They were done in a jiffy unloading a packrat unit and getting all of my belongings to a 2nd floor apartment. Extremely nice, organized, helpful and fast! I really could not have had a better experience. I will definitely be phoning again for my next move. My thanks for an outstanding experience!
June 9, 2015
Dayton, OH
I thought the men were hard workers! WE did the packing so we did not use them to pack. They were also on time!
June 9, 2015
Springfield, OH
the hunks were very nice and professional
June 7, 2015
Dayton, OH
College Hunks helped me load my mother-in-law's household goods onto a rented Penske truck in Dayton, Ohio on 12 March 2015. The guys did an excellent job wrapping furniture, picture frames, etc., and an excellent job loading and securing furniture into the truck. However, clearly they were either inexperienced or unskilled (or both) at loading boxes and other non-furniture items into a truck for a long-haul move. Boxes were stacked without concern for labeling (e.g. "Fragile" or "Top Load") and boxes were not secured to stay in place over the road, though I supplied many tie down straps. The straps were used but put in place so late in the loading process that they were not effective. In addition, loading the truck was poorly done, since the truck ended up with lots of empty space in the front of the truck (where the furniture had been placed) but jammed haphazardly to the ceiling in the back of the truck. Even with an estimated 3 hours to move, it took almost 5 hours to load the truck ... and that was for a 26' foot truck that's often used to move a 4 or 5 bedroom house and we were moving a 3 bedroom house WITHOUT one bedroom suite and NO appliances. All the way to Florida I worried that I would open the truck and discover many damaged items. Luckily, we had packed our boxes very carefully and boxes, though shifted all over the place, had settled into a jumbled pile that survived the trip. Again, I wish to praise the workers who helped me, but the management and prior training was lacking. Sincerely, Damon Curry
June 5, 2015
Bellbrook, OH
The guys were prompt, professional and friendly. We would recommend them anytime.
June 5, 2015
Huber Heights, OH
Easy and quick very professionally done
June 5, 2015
The guys worked hard and were professional but it took a lot longer and cost a lot more than i was quoted.
Response From College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving of Dayton, OH
June 06, 2015
The inventory that was actually moved was way greater than the original estimate list given by the client. The client also had the junk truck and a crew come out the following day and do a junk removal service that was not included in the original estimate.
June 3, 2015
Fairborn, OH
Very simple, professional, and efficient.
May 27, 2015
Dayton, OH
Very friendly movers. The guys were efficient, nice, and personable. I felt like they made our day much easier.
May 26, 2015
Dayton, OH
On time and very helpful.
May 15, 2015
Brookville, OH
The young men didn't appear to know how to properly load the container so everything would fit. Ended up cutting the legs off four bar stools that would have been donatible causing them to become trash. Even after I called ahead of time to explain how much stuff we had and to make sure they had the capability of hauling everything away, they didn't have room for everything.
Response From College Hunks Hauling Junk and College Hunks Moving of Dayton, OH
May 16, 2015
I'm sorry that Ms. Weber was not happy with her service. Many items that a client would like to donate are not acceptable to Goodwill and our teams are trained to know what Goodwill will accept. If an item is broken down for junk, that is usually the case. However, the driver should have made the client aware of that fact before the item was broken up. We have one size junk truck, which is 10% larger than our competitors, and it was sent to pick up her belongings. The truck was completely full, over the top. Ms. Weber was only charged the full load price of $544. The driver waived the $200 capping fee as a client courtesy.
May 12, 2015
Kotov, Petio
Springfield, OH
May 11, 2015
Fairborn, OH
very professional and courteous. The team was quick and efficient
April 29, 2015
Enon, OH
The men who came out were very professional and efficient.
April 29, 2015
Medway, OH
Job got done with minimal problems and no damage or loss of property. Movers were flexible and accepted my help in particularly difficult situations.
April 25, 2015
Springfield, OH
The moving truck was driven through the corner of the neighbor's yard across from my grandfather's house, leaving deep depressions in the soft earth. The driver also tried to turn around at our farm in a near impossible area, digging a giant rut in our yard before giving up, backing up, and turning around properly. The items we had bagged up for Goodwill were clearly marked and sat aside, but I saw them mixed in with the trash in the vehicle used to haul the junk away. The driver also tried to throw a toilet up over the side of the truck that shattered in the driveway. He did a quick clean up but we've found giant chunks of porcelain all over the yard and driveway since. I had informed the trio that there was water in the refrigerator at the start of the day, but right before they left with the junk truck, the tallest of the three stole a beer from my grandfather's refrigerator. The dark skinned mover tried to help him conceal the beer but I've spent my life as a law enforcement officer so it wasn't hard to spot the bottle stuffed in his jacket, and the absence of one of the two beers left by my grandfather when he died. Hopefully that is the only thing that was taken. The driver then hit me up for a tip for each of the movers, which I actually obliged them with, hoping the guilt would later kick in for the theft. It wasn't until they left that the neighbor came over and pointed out the tracks through his yard. I spotted the ones at my house when I made it home later. I normally would have called in with such poor customer service, but I need to worry about closing my grandfather's estate, not policing three movers with a lack of ethics. So, no, I would not recommend anyone I know to trust their property with such a group.