Drennan Movers

USDOT # 58052
3022 Veterans Rd W
Staten Island, NY 10309
Staten Island
New York
Contact Phone: (866) 373-6626
Additional Phone: (718) 317-5100
Company Site: www.drennanmovers.com

Moving with Drennan Movers

Joseph F. Drennan, a native Islander, started the business over 80 years ago as “Staten Island Movers,” building an incredible reputation of honesty and integrity the old-fashioned way–by earning it with every move. His sons took the reins and seamlessly continued what their father started.
Chris and Bill started in the moving and storage business in 1978 with their father-in-law Nicholas Albano, Sr., at Nick’s Moving and Storage. Christopher Galletta and Bill Hehterington acquired Drennan Movers in early 1994.
What Chris and Bill have done is to take two great family businesses in memory of the men who came before them, who they hold in the highest esteem. “We feel it is our obligation to honor them by keeping with the standards they laid down before us.”
In a world where marketing and slick ads are designed to attract your attention, and actual service gets lost somewhere between the graphics and the slogans, Drennan Movers thrives on providing its customers with constant consideration and excellence. We truly care.



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We used Drennan for our move to NJ. They were great. They moved quickly and safely. We did not have any damage to our furniture. The men honest and professional

These folks are astounding. They moved me on Feb13th and when I let you know they are astonishing I intend to say that they are the best movers i've ever utilized and I've been inhabiting various condo in NYC.... . The movers were gracious and quick. Submitted on time, imparted all things forthright. Likewise btw the most delightful persevering folks ever.

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