Advance Commercial Movers

5747 47th St
Maspeth, NY 11378
New York
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Moving with Advance Commercial Movers

Successful commercial moves are built upon many factors. With over 40 years of experience, The Advance Group fully understands these factors and has developed a superior move management process. This process combines an experienced, professional team with extensive communication and attention to pre-planning details.
The Advance Group begins each project by meeting with your move team to discuss all aspects of the project including schedules, inventory, scope, and budget. Our project team will conduct an extensive site survey prior to the move to accurately determine the cost, time, and labor required for the relocation. All our movers are on staff and are familiar with our performance standards and policies.

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How can I give 5 stars to this junk company when they only bring my half of my stuff and they tell you that the already deliver all of my stuff. WOW what a surprise. I did make a call but just an automated response. Don't trust this company your just wasting your time and money.

Excellent moving company, the team that came were very efficient and the service is reasonably priced.

Advance Commercial Movers is the best moving company you can use. They are fast, efficient and respectful of people's belongings!

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