Moving Man

USDOT # 261050
465 W 150th St
New York City, NY 10031
New York City
New York
Contact Phone: (800) 237-0110
Additional Phone: (212) 281-4300
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Moving Man Inc is an A+ Rated New York Moving and Storage Company that operates locally, long distance, and even internationally. We are family owned and operated since 1979. Our seasoned and friendly staff provides good old fashioned excellent service. We provide NYC moving and storage for households and offices for everything from clothing to household goods, furniture, high-valued artwork, high tech electronics, upholstery, antiques, pianos and cars.

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I just recommended them AGAIN. I can't believe I have never written a review. I have used them for the past 15 years for ALL my personal moves. BK to the EV to BPC to BK to BK to Queens, all over. They have been great!

My last move was especially painful as everything had to go to storage for a month. They picked up, inventoried and wrapped everything, kept in storage and when I was ready they delivered to my new place. I was running late, so my super let them in and they were done by the time I got there.

My company also uses them when we need to move things, we will get two guys for a few hours, always hard workers and very easy to set up.

Moving Man certainly costs more than most moving organizations and they are unquestionably justified, despite all the trouble!

I exceptionally suggest this service, they went well beyond my desires!

Moving Man made my last move the best yet. They were dependably on time, extraordinarily accommodating (especially with a decorator who moves things around) thus extremely lovely. Kelby, the foreman, was a genuine genius. They packed up one day and moved me out and in the following. They were also the most sensibly priced of the bunch. In this way, it you are considering moving services, especially inside NYC, I recommend Moving Man. They top my list.

I would give Moving Man 10 stars in the event that I could! At first I thought they were going to cost a ton given they were connected with AMSA. They ended up being the most sensibly priced (by around 30%) and they were absolutely proficient. A percentage of the movers outsource to third gathering co; with Moving Man you are guaranteed it's their staff from get to conveyance. Not only did they deliver two weeks sooner than anticipated, it was all in perfect condition. Heard awful stories of how movers blackmail you; great these folks didn't request a tip at all! (I needed to follow them to give them the tip they so deserve.)

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