Dan's Moving and Storage

USDOT # 878559
211 W 2nd St
Dunkirk, NY 14048
Dunkirk
New York
Contact Phone: (800) 937-3767
Additional Phone: (716) 366-7472
Company Site: www.dansmovingandstorage.com

Moving with Dan's Moving and Storage

Dan's Moving and Storage service various parts of New York such as Buffalo, Dunkirk, Jamestown and the entirety of Chautauqua County as well as its various surrounding areas. They provide local and long distance moving services to their clients. They currently offer secure storage solutions, and in addition specialized personal move coordinators to handle the various stages of your move.




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Worth every dollar! Dans moving company moved my 3rd floor walk up apartment with ease. Took extra care to wrap everything that needed it and even moved our huge cactus and plants safely across town. Would definitely use them again If I have to move (hopefully not). Thanks so much for the great service.

On the off chance that anything they surpassed desires. Quick and expert. General awesome administration.

Very professional and easy to work with and took great care of our stuff! Would recommend them to anyone.

The moving crew came right on time, they were very helpful and responsible with the packing and handling of our belongings. I will recommend them to anybody.

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