Golden Eagle Moving Company

USDOT None
PUC # 191050
32625 Brenda Way #2
Union City, CA 94587
Union City
California
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (510) 813-7999
Company Site: www.goldeneaglemovingca.com

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24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Our industry reputation and success is built on our commitment to high-quality, dependable, and responsive service, including completing moves cost effectively and on-time. As a result, we have developed a very strong and loyal client base. The outstanding growth can be attributed to our very Competitive Pricing and a Total Commitment to Customer Service.You can feel secure in the knowledge that our team is committed to maintaining a superior level of quality service which includes involvement in many safety, training and reward programs. Our people are friendly, understanding, and dedicated to making yourmove as comfortable as possible.



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Group were dependable, proficient and magnificent! They moved all my stuff with no issues and I would prescribe them to anybody.

Much obliged for the assistance!!

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