Kocak Moving & Storage

USDOT # 1266756
135 Burr Ave
Binghamton, NY 13903
New York
Contact Phone: (800) 836-8476
Additional Phone: (607) 722-3383
Company Site: www.kocakmoving.com

Moving with Kocak Moving & Storage

For more than 66 years, the movers at Kocak Moving & Storage in Binghamton, NY, have been providing professional, convenient and affordable moving services for residential, commercial and industrial customers. Trust our team to make your next move smooth and worry-free! Whether you’re moving a few items, your antiques, piano and furniture, or your entire home or office, put your trust in our experience and dedication. At Kocak Moving & Storage, we take care of your possessions as if they were our own. Our reliable fleet of trucks and experienced movers can provided you with great service and the peace of mind you deserve, whether moving across town or across the country.

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I worked with Jim and his team for an inter-state move in July 2018. Jim was patient and responsive to all of my questions and emails, he made sure to work with the budget I had and did not exceed the cost. He coordinated with my storage facility to arrive perfectly on time, and made payment easy for me as I was driving the same day as well. The team professionally wrapped even luggage and a twin mattress I did not have a bag for to make sure all my items survived the trip and storage time. I recommend Kocak moving whole-heartedly and without hesitation! Thanks for making my moving experience a happy and successful one!

Our move was not a good experience. We paid them to pack the pictures on the wall because we wanted to make sure they survived the trip. This did not work out as they broke 3. They also lost parts to the humidifier on the baby grand piano. As we had a $500 deductible, we were out these items.
The delivery then arrived 10 days late. Make sure you save all your receipts and get a delay form from them and understand that you will not receive $125 a day. You can only claim items that you need to live in the interim. This was not made clear to us.

I am really disappointed with this movers because I experience the opposite experience. They broke my table and 1 chair and also they charge me with the wrapping and it is way too expensive. I hope I can give this company a zero stars but it won't let me.

Hired them for an inter-state move in 2012. They were proficient, brief, and they delivered well ahead of time of the move. They initially quoted a $1,650 moving cost, and after the move was finished just wound up charging us $1,200. I would unequivocally recommend them.

Very professional service. From the initial assessment to moving day, they provided full service. Two thumbs up!

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