Fisher Transfer

USDOT # 1113083
181 James Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55405
Minneapolis
Minnesota
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: 651-774-2259
Company Site: www.fishertransfer.com

Moving with Fisher Transfer

With over 75 years of business, Fisher Transfer has the experience you need to have a positive moving experience. Whether you're moving to a new residence or commercial building, our professional movers are prepared to give you great results.




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I moved from a 2500 square foot home to a 1300 square foot home (with an unfinished storm cellar) and these folks made it as simple as could reasonably be expected. I moved back in August of 2014 and have been intending to compose an audit and have been putting it off. I just prescribed these folks to a few companions and saw the Yelp reviews and it reminded me my guarantee to these folks to compose a survey.

The employees created the impression that they could move well, well i mean alot better than the dumbos i hired last time. This company Fisher produced and were licensed and judicious in storing my things. Not a thing was out of order. Charles was amazing and helpful and trustworthy and well-organized. Forthright they blanket wrapped, filled, and defended my home well. We would personally tell our friends if they needed to move about Fisher moving service. Thanks again

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