Norman Brothers Movers

USDOT None
453 Little Britain Rd
Newburgh, NY 12550
Newburgh
New York
Contact Phone: (800) 464-2002
Additional Phone: (845) 565-5050
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my mom has been in florida for a week and a half, leaves in 3 days, and not only has the stuff not arrived a week late, but now seems to be arriving after she leaves. she got that info from the driver in miami, not from norman brothers whom she paid and contraction with in new windsor (where she lives). he hasn't returned her calls regarding when it will get there. turns out truck driver doesn't remember some of the large items being on his truck. what to do? don't know. its 500 to change her flight so she can stay longer to wait for the stuff to come , but with no response from norman brothers what would you do. reason for the trip was to receive the truck of stuff. i say stay away unless you want this to happen to you.

They touched base on time, reached me while in transit so I knew when to expect them, worked rapidly and effectively, took care of my possessions with incredible care and were extremely open.

The best movers I have ever had. Moving can be stressful but Norman Brothers Movers make it as smooth as it gets, they get the job done right each and every time.


THEY ARE AWESOME!

Decent individuals, diligent employees!

When I had my huge move, they went ahead time. Exceptionally cautious with my stuff.

I don't had anything broken or harm the entire move. NO over charge.

In the event that I ever move again, I will utilize them.

Best moving organization!

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