Lincoln Moving & Storage of Syracuse

USDOT # 2400623
3955 Eastbourne Dr
Syracuse, NY 13206
Syracuse
New York
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Additional Phone: (315) 433-5333
Company Site: www.lincolnmoving.com

Moving with Lincoln Moving & Storage of Syracuse

Wherever your household or business relocation takes you, rely on Lincoln Moving & Storage to get your there. Our New York moving company has been in business since 1914, and over our last hundred years of quality service, we’ve grown our operations from a single horse-drawn wagon to a massive fleet supported by Atlas Van Lines.




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Terrible experience with these movers, don't waste your time or money.

I'll start by saying that my stuff ended up at the destination with only two minor damages that Atlas did reimburse me for with no issues. The driver seemed quite competent, but Lincoln didn't necessarily make the move stress free. My agent would forget who I was on occasion, voicemail box was full several times, and would forget about the things he offered me. I was told that the movers would package some things the day of the move a certain way - when they showed up they gave me confused looks - as such my giant bean bag that was supposed to be shrink wrapped got soiled at their warehouse (Atlas did buy me a new cover). They did not wrap my stair banisters or put down carpet protectors like their demo photos show.

Lincoln did an office move for my organization and it was done professionally, no cerebral pains and above all else it was done on time as they said it would be. They resembled a very much oiled machine, everybody comprehending what they needed to do and how to do it. I would prescribe them for any organization office move. Thank...

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