Z Tax & Multi Services now offering U-Haul services on Kuykendahl Road
Owned by Ed Tijerina, the business specializes in income tax and notary services and is now also offering U-Haul truck, trailer and towing equipment rentals in addition to moving supplies and in-store pickup for boxes. (Courtesy Z Tax & Multi Services)
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Z Tax & Multi Services, located at 16508 Kuykendahl Road, Houston,signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer Feb. 2. Owned by Ed Tijerina, the business specializes in income tax and notary services and is now also offering U-Haul truck, trailer and towing equipment rentals in addition to moving supplies and in-store pickup for boxes. U-Haul products at this location can be reserved by calling 281-377-5612 or by clicking here. 281-866-0620. www.ztax1.com
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