Sheridan Brothers Moving

USDOT # 1203584
1350 University Ave
Rochester, NY 14607
Rochester
New York
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (585) 254-9000
Company Site: www.sheridanbrothersmoving.com

Moving with Sheridan Brothers Moving

As a family-owned and operated Rochester moving company, we have succeeded because of our dedication to customer satisfaction. At the end of the day, we are only as successful as your move, which is why we work tirelessly to uphold a standard of quality that is unmatched in today’s market. Our skilled movers in Rochester have expertise in every kind of move, so whether you are moving from one house to another, downsizing, moving from a house to an apartment or are coordinating an office move, you can rest easy knowing your move is being handled by local Rochester movers with knowledge of how to make any move simple, smooth and straightforward.




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Sheridan Brothers Moving are the best! They did an outstanding job moving us to North Caroline - the relocation was one less of a headache. From working out the logistics to loading the truck, they were professional, speedy and knowledgeable of the business. I have already recommended them and will continue to do so.

Their group turned out in the pouring precipitation to help us move everything. They were exceptionally sprightly, and completed things proficiently. Gary, Ed, and Jason were extraordinary to work with!

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