Lunardi Moving Services

USDOT None
PUC # 190625
7222 Via Bella
San Jose, CA 95139
San Jose
California
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (408) 849-9630
Company Site: www.lunardimoving.com

Moving with Lunardi Moving Services

Local moving is made easy! We offer different levels of service depending upon your needs. Standard moving service, moving and full pack service or moving with a custom pack service are available for your convenience. For the self packer, free delivery of boxes can be arranged to your door! Our trained professionals are available to prepare for the move by packing your entire home or selected items such as china, fine art, glass-ware, pictures, mirrors, etc.
With all moves, we prepare and protect your home, as well as, your furniture to minimize the risk of damage. This includes the finest blanket-wrap in the industry, floor protection, door, rail and wall protection and optional shrink-wrap service. Our crews are also fully equipped to disassemble and reassemble your furniture. For your convenience, complimentary use of wardrobe cartons are also available on moving day!
Whether you are considering moving a home, an apartment, or office, Lunardi Moving Services is committed to providing our customers with the highest level of service in the moving industry.
If you're just in the beginning stages and would like a "ball park" quote, we can also provide you with pricing and information over the phone!
On the day of the move, our company drivers whom have been properly trained and background checked, provide customary services such as a pre in-home inspection and protection of your home where necessary.



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Excellent job done in very short time , really good staff for moving. Love to recommend this company.

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