Admiral Van Lines

USDOT # 2065280
63 New Hook Rd Suite 1B
Bayonne, NJ 07002
Bayonne
New Jersey
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (201) 437-1919
Company Site: www.admiralvanlines.com

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 have moved a lot in my lifetime but never have I come across movers who are so competent at their job. Admiral Van Lines was hired by me simply because of a recommendation from a friend. But they really came through. Every man they sent was very skilled and well prepared. They packed up everything very carefully. They loaded them into the truck with great caution. I was very happy about their helpfulness and sincerity. I will definitely hire them again.

I came to know about Admiral Van Lines by one of my friends. He also gave me their number and I called for a quote. After talking with their rep , I got enough confidence to go with them. I booked my move with Admiral Van Lines and hoped for the best. Their movers arrived on time with all necessary tools and made they pack the whole house and load in under 4 hours. Everything was double checked and then the truck started for destination. we did not have to wait for the delivery because they reached the other end before the schedule and helped us in unpacking as well and before that the same crew did the unloading. After checking the inventory, I did not get any reason to complain. Admiral Van Lines did an awesome job and the price was more than just reasonable.

These movers were the best movers that we have ever had, and I have moved several times. They took care with all the packages, the boxes, the furniture. They made extra sure to make sure nothing was going to be damaged. They worked very hard and very fast. They did the best job I've ever seen and I'm so glad I found them because I've had a lot of bad experiences and these guys are the best. Not only is their work performance superior, they are extremely friendly, courteous and just thoughtful about everything that needs to be done with a move.
I was amazed and they are definitely staying on my list of callbacks. I highly recommend them.

We had a very long and busy move and our experience was excellent thanks to Admiral Van Lines and their customer representative. The driver and the crew that picked up on both ends of the move were fantastic. The price of the move was better than expected and reasonable. The breakage was absolute nil. Our load arrived on time and was professionally handled. Their estimate was accurate in price for our huge load. Thank you to everyone involved with this stressful move. You all made it much easier. I will without a doubt recommend for anyone looking to have their move done right, especially if you get the crew that we got!

The way they managed the work was excellent and the move was carried out with a lot of precession and planning. The moving team even agreed to set up the house when they arrived at our new residence. All I can say is that after the move I was happy and felt the company had carried out their work very professionally because they were on time and nothing was damaged. If you are reading my post, Admiral Van Lines is great for you to move anywhere! They are highly recommended!

I called several moving companies to get a quote. However, Admiral Van Lines caught my attention. The guy I talked to on the phone was very knowledgeable. His attitude suggested that this company really cares about my moving needs and I was their first priority. All the relocation tasks from one state to another were done as specified in the contract and I was given the reassurance that if my move was not on time it would be early. That reassurance alone lifted my spirits but it only multiplied when they followed through with an early delivery. I would highly recommend this moving company for your next relocation.

I have moved many times in my life, but this was the first time I used Admiral Van Lines and I will never move again without them. They confirmed my appointment, showed up early, and were courteous and got my move done within the time quoted. My furniture and things were brought in perfect condition to my new place. I am truly happy with their service and professionalism.

We moved from New York to Florida and even though there were a lot of things that needed to be moved and even though the distance was big, Admiral Van Lines did their best and managed to finish the work in 6 days. I am amazed with their skills and the organization and of course with the price that remained steady and free of additional fees.

I experienced no difficulty in obtaining a quote and scheduling the date I preferred, they arrived on time. All my furniture was wrapped with special care taken for an antique piece. Both loading and unloading were handled efficiently. The movers were polite and cooperative. I would certainly use them again and would recommend them to others.

This is probably the first moving company I have ever seen which delivers exactly what they say. Usually, the sales rep. claim too much in the first meeting to convince their customers and then keep on presenting lame excuses for being not able to serve all what had been promised. But with this company, they explained everything very clearly right on the day one. And then things went smooth and fast without any hitch and hidden charges. Good job Admiral Van Lines.

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