Gentil Moving Services Is an Active Member
Of the Industry's Professional Association
Our president, Paul Gentil, is a past president and currently serves as treasurer and a member of the board of directors of the Long Island Moving & Storage Association. He has also served as a director and a vice president of the New York State Movers and Warehousemen's Association.
We are also member of the American Moving and Storage Association.
Look At Gentil Moving Services' First Rate Performance Record
We have an outstanding performance record with every agency that monitors the moving industry -- the New York State Department of Transportation and U.S. Department of Transportation, as well as the New York City, Nassau County and Suffolk County Consumer Affairs Departments. We also have a Satisfactory Rating with the Long Island Better Business Bureau -- a requirement for membership in the Long Island Moving & Storage Association (LIMSA).
LIMSA And Its Membership Standards
LIMSA was organized in 1933 to build consumer confidence in the Long Island moving industry. While descendants of some of the pioneer founding companies still manage moving and storage businesses on Long Island, new companies -- large and small -- become members every year, meeting very high performance standards and as well as LIMSA's strict Code of Ethics.
Any individual, firm,
partnership or corporation engaged in the transportation of office
or household goods with a headquarters office located at the same
site for at least three years in the counties of Nassau, Suffolk,
Queens, Brooklyn or the New York Metro area in the State of New York
may become a member of this association, provided the nominee
Is first nominated for membership by two current mover members in good standing
Proves performance in accordance with, and accepts adherence to, the associationís Code of Ethics
Proves a record of fair and honest business dealings with customers, fellow movers and associate members
Proves an acceptable performance record with the New York
State Department of Transportation and any other regulatory agency
governing our industry, plus maintains a minimum of a Satisfactory
Rating with the Better Business Bureau; acceptable DOT record of
five (5) or less complaints within a period of one year, although
a single serious or blatant complaint such as theft, fraud or
failure to comply with tariff rules, shall be deemed unacceptable
for new or existing members and shall be reason for rejection of a
membership application or termination of membership of an existing
Passes LIMSAís screening/interview process based on approval by 70% of the Board.