Thomas V Newman Moving Inc

USDOT # 1648207
3504 QUENTIN ROAD
BROOKLYN, NY 11234
Brooklyn
New York
Contact Phone: (718) 627-8029
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Company Site: www.tvnewmanmoving.com

Moving with Thomas V Newman Moving Inc

Thomas V. Newman Moving understands what goes into the challenges and details of your move. When you decide to move contact us and you will consult directly with the owner who has the experience of more than 40 years with moving customers for a stress-free total moving service. Our moving team is there to provide professional and courteous service to make your move as smooth as possible. We can be reached by phone or email and will respond promptly.




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GREAT to good to be true. From Mr Newman on down They were AMAZING. Would recommend them to anyone. Never dreamed moving would be so easy.

Newman moved my family and 20 years of belongings within the last year. They gave us a very fair price, were super careful with our things and the staff was pleasant and helpful.

So...Moving Day. The crew was great, but the head guy, was AMAZING. He was so attentive and polite and took SUCH great care of us. He would check in with us to confirm whether we wanted certain things to go on the van or stay with us for our drive up. He even went way above and beyond and helped us get a few more boxes on the moving van the next day when we realized they were not going to fit in our cars. (We were super lucky he happened to live VERY close to us.). I guarantee you, you would not get this kind of customer service from any of the big guys.

This guys did a very good work, the communication pre-move was good, the day of the move they were on time, and were very efficient but careful too, I will hire them again and recommend them to my friends.

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