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154 Tanin Pl

Ambassador Local Moving Company 154 Tanin Pl

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We at Ambassador Local Moving would like to introduce ourselves to you. We are a long established moving company located in the Capital District. Our employees are all courteous, professional furniture movers and packers. We are very proud of the reputation we have achieved, and our track record.
With all you must have on your mind right now with your pending move, and arrangements concerning your new residence, we would like to make your move as worry-free as possible.

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Kaitlyn P

Kaitlyn P


Incredible moving organization! In three days notice Bobby and his team moved my sweetheart and I out of our loft in Albany and down to Queens, NY, likewise ceasing on Long Island to drop off extra stockpiling. He cited one cost and notwithstanding when the move took an impressive extra measure of time, he kept the same cost. He took care with our things, and made an impressive showing with regards to. Exceedingly prescribed!

Paul W.

Paul W.


I have never seen a gathering of individuals do such an astounding move in all my years. They were quick, proficient, and didn't harm a thing. They were particularly imaginative while moving expansive things through entryways and so on.

Sur L.

Sur L.


One more rave survey for the organization. The teams were proficient, learned, polite and enjoyable to manage. Moving is exceptionally unpleasant and working with this group made the move yesterday a smooth one. I would prescribe this organization to family and companions. Not one issue. Much obliged GUYS!!!!

John Thomson

John Thomson


I couldn't be more satisfied with our move!!! In the wake of having such a terrible involvement with my last move Bobby and Shawn improved this experience a much one, and at an extremely sensible expense! Their proficiency and consideration in the move went well beyond. They ensured the greater part of our possessions were dealt with as if them were their own. I will be recommending Ambassador Local Moving a lot!


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