Admiral Van Lines

USDOT # 2065280
63 New Hook Rd Suite 1B
Bayonne, NJ 07002
New Jersey
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Moving with Admiral Van Lines

We understand how stressful finding a New York moving company can be. At Admiral Van Lines, we make it easy to find all the transportation and storage services, where you need them, all under one roof.  Don't take our word for it; take a look at the facts!
  • Free In-Home Estimates - The price you're quoted is the price you pay. Guaranteed.
  • Competitive Pricing - Moving with the best van line in the world is surprisingly affordable.
  • Guaranteed Pickup and Delivery Dates - We will be there on-time, every-time. Guaranteed.
  • Background-Checked, Qualified Professionals - No one enters your home we wouldn't let enter ours.
  • Innovative, Groundbreaking Technology - Admiral Van Lines new technologies keep you moving forward.

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I used Admiral van lines because of their reputation and pricing. Their quote was right on and the coordinator was very professional too. He laid out the plan very carefully and clearly, and they showed up on time. The movers were also great, proficient and fast. They eyeballed what had to be done, got it in the truck and made it happen. They are friendly and really an efficient group. Everything got moved without any damage. They were just phenomenal. I would use them again. The experience was seamless and right on target.

Admiral van lines reps were very thorough and good at explaining everything. The quote I got from them was very accurate. I recently needed to move to my new location and the moving team were so wonderful to work with. They were very personable yet very serious about taking good care of my furniture. Everything arrived undamaged and they staged the new place. Excellent Job.

I went with Admiral van lines because of all the good reviews and when I called they really sounded like they knew what they were doing. The price was decent enough and my moving date was set in 30 minutes max. After we went over everything I was moving of course. Our movers did a good job and arrived on time for our pickup. The moving went as about as well as it could have gone - and all our stuff was delivered in our delivery window we had set up prior. Admiral van lines did a great job.

I chose Admiral van lines for two reasons. I was referred to them by friends but that was after I researched them online and made some phone calls and I liked the person at the other end of the phone, the sales rep was very helpful. Everything happened without any problems and it was stress free.

After having had some problems in the past with furniture arriving late and sometimes not at all, I made sure to take my time before going with just any moving company. I am happy to report that I decided on Admiral van lines for my family after speaking to several other less-than-qualified moving companies and even just brokers. These guys really know what they're doing and can offer great deals and timely arrival. I moved to New Jersey from Pennsylvania and the process was less troublesome than I had thought and they handled everything with precision, professionalism, and ease. Thank you.

I felt comfortable with the person I was talking to at Admiral van lines so I went ahead and got their services for the move from NJ to NY. The moving coordinator was very helpful and informative. They answered all my questions and followed through with everything they told me. The team men were fabulous too. They have been wonderful. Anytime I've had a question or needed to know something, they have been right on top of it. I would recommend them very highly to anybody who moves.

We had to move and used Admiral van lines. There were so many companies to choose from, but they seemed the nicest. They did everything they said they would do at the price they quoted and the time they promised delivery. They handled our house goods with care. I would definitely use them again in the future when I move.

Admiral van lines is a great company with very professional service. I was very impressed with the packing of all my items, fast and gentle while handling everything. I was given a great price on my move which they proved to be above average standards. Highly recommended them to anyone moving.

The people at Admiral van lines were very good. They acted so professionally when they moved me to North Carolina. Everything ranging from customer care, the delivery staff were awesome. They did excellent work, and did not slowdown, they moved in the last 30 minutes the same as the first 30 minutes. It did not seem like they were stretching out the clock as I wondered would happen. Thanks!

Last year I changed my house but unfortunately a few days ago I had to change my house again because of my transferring job. This time I hired Admiral van lines. They did an excellent job. They got all of my boxes in a quicker way than expected. They asked me multiples times if there was anything else they could do for me. I would highly recommend them to anyone who looking for excellent movers.

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