Dumbo Moving and Storage NYC
Moving with Dumbo Moving and Storage NYC
We chose Dumbo Moving after much research and quotes. Their price was one of the most reasonable for our needs. They arrived promptly at the designated time. They were very courteous and very careful with our furniture. The promptly unloaded our furniture and carefully placed it in our designated location. I would highly recommend this company to anyone looking to move.
Dumbo Moving gave me the best price and resonable. They were very cautious with my belongings and made the entire moving process more enjoyable! I'm glad I made the decision to use this company. Thank you Dumbo Moving! You saved us!! I would strongly recommend them!
Moving is stressful and emotional. When I lamented that I had not finished packing, the team member simply said "we are here to help" and I felt so much better. The only surprise was how well everything went: on time, friendly professional crew, nothing broke, great communication and customer service from the home office. Highly Recommended Dumbo Moving!
Dumbo Moving guys did an amazing job. They were very nice and helpful, scheduling a time that worked in my schedule. Only two guys came but that was more than enough. They even wrapped it very well just to make sure they didnt leave a scratch. They were also quite friendly while efficiently doing their work. I would definitely recommend Dumbo Moving. I'm coming back to them if I need help moving again!
Same week appointment. The guys are professional. Dumbo Moving know what to do and they move things efficiently. Well, all I need to do is to stand there like a boss. Very happy with the quality of the service. Giving it a 5 stars. Good jobs guys!
If you are looking for movers who are professional, efficient, and problem-solvers, go with Dumbo Moving! They showed up on time and were incredibly quick in their loading and unloading of our items. They wrapped all furniture to prevent scuffing and did a great job with disassembling and reassembling the bed frame. Overall, the most professional movers I've ever worked with. I'll be using them again next time!
They were exceptionally polite, and PROFESSIONAL. They called me before they arrived, walked through my order, helped me understand what to expect, then proceeded to wrap my paintings and lamps with such speed and care, it was fascinating to watch such skills. Thank you Dumbo Moving!
They were hard working, polite, and worked quickly to pack up the place. All of our items were packed properly and arrived in their original shape. They even helped us move a few of the items already at our new place. We greatly appreciated their hard work and were relieved that the day went so smoothly. Many thanks to Dumbo Moving.
They were hard working, polite, and worked quickly to pack up the place. All of our items were packed properly and arrived in their original shape. They responded quickly and gave me information and an estimate once I spoke to them. They even helped us move a few of the items already at our new place. We greatly appreciated their hard work and were relieved that the day went so smoothly. Many thanks to Dumbo Moving!
If you are looking for the right movers to help you out, you just found them. No issues or scratches - just like we hoped it would go. The company was respected and followed through in a professional manner. Great job! All boxes and furniture seemed very well handled. Will definitely recommend them to friends... Thanks Dumbo Moving.
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