Johnson and Daly Moving

USDOT # 125550
PUC # 159465
110 Belevedere Street STE 200
San Rafael, CA 94901
San Rafael
California
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Additional Phone: (415) 491-4444
Company Site: www.johnsondalymoving.com

Moving with Johnson and Daly Moving

Johnson and Daly Moving and Storage has been moving families and organizations for more than 30 years. Our organization was begun in 1979 with two men and a get truck. We are headquartered in San Rafael, California, and now have 22 trucks, and move a normal of 7 to 10 family units and workplaces day by day.
We have 45 profoundly prepared, general workers who have passed thorough individual verifications and medication screening. Our expert movers have experienced broad preparing on pressing, stacking, driving, and unloading.



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They are on time, incredible correspondence, reasonable with evaluating and in advance. I not even once heard a dissension from a mover about the measure of my furniture or where I needed it to go. Awesome experience!!!

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