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Arpin of Albuquerque

Arpin of Albuquerque

(505) 821-2244

Arpin of Albuquerque

111 years in business

4525 Paseo del Norte NE Ste WY
Albuquerque, NM 87113

BBB File Opened: 5/04/1995
Business Started: 1/01/1905
Business Started Locally: 1/01/1905
Type of Entity
Business Management
  • Mr. Keith Gilbert, President
  • Cathy Gilbert
Contact Information
  • Customer: Mr. Keith Gilbert, President
  • Cathy Gilbert
Business Category
  • Movers
Additional Information
  • We suggest that consumers insist on a written binding estimate in advance of the move. With a binding estimate, the actual moving costs may not exceed the estimate. Be certain that the estimate is very specific concerning the goods to be shipped. It is advisable to purchase additional insurance for lost or damaged goods since the statuatory liability is only .60 cents per pound. If you obtain a non-binding estimate and you are moving between states (interstate) and the final invoice exceeds the estimated amount, customers are required to pay only 10% over the original estimate when the goods are delivered, with a balance due in 30 days. You can file a complaint or verify licensing by writing to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration located at 400 Virginia Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20024, or calling (888) 368-7238.

Alternate Business Names
  • Grace Enterprises, Inc.

Licensing, Bonding or Registration:  This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.



Interstate Moving and Storage of Household Goods

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Arpin of Albuquerque


Arpin of Albuquerque