Avi Moving Company

USDOT # 567486
54-15 35TH Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
Long Island City
New York
Contact Phone: (718) 361-2878
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Company Site: www.avimoving.com

Moving with Avi Moving Company

Avi Moving open hours:
Mon-Fri 8:00AM-6:00PM
Saturday 9:00AM-6:00PM
Sunday 9:00AM-4:00PM

Avi Moving & Storage has been NYC's top storage and moving company for over 20 years. We provide Queens Movers, Manhattan Movers, Long Island Movers, and NYC Movers the rest of the New York Tri-State area, Avi Moving & Storage is NY's one stop source for local and long distance moving. Avi Moving & Storage offers customers four storage locations and expert movers to make your storage experience an enjoyable one.

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I need to evacuate one star for not accepting Mastercards, but rather everything went so well I can't do it. We utilized them twice now.

They cheated me and harmed my mirror. Kindly don't utilize this organization! I wish I would have checked. It was an awful affair around

Awesome and agreeable! They were VERY cautious with my things and wrapped what was fragile extremely well, nothing was broken, dinged or scratched. There was a disparity with the begin time and the amount I was charged, and they sent me a check for the distinction. Extraordinary COMPANY!!

Avi Moving is the best!! They moved my child's stuff from Williamsburg to Manhattan in the snow and slush, did it on schedule and for the sum they guaranteed. The head mover, Avi (not THE Avi), is a virtuoso at making sense of where things will fit and how to assemble things. Incredible folks, extraordinary administration!!

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