Ralph Palmisano Movers Company

USDOT # 8868
Syracuse, NY 13212
New York
Contact Phone: (315) 422-7303
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Company Site: www.ralphpalmisanomovers.com

Moving with Ralph Palmisano Movers Company

No matter how far you're moving, the ordeal can be overwhelming and stressful. Ralph Palmisano Movers Inc. can help you reduce the stress by assisting you with all your moving needs. We offer both residential and commercial moving services to help you get from A to B quickly and easily. Since 1917, we have proudly served as trusted movers in Syracuse and the surrounding areas. Our movers are trained to move specialty equipment and heavy objects, including pianos and organs. We can also pack or shrink wrap your belongings to ensure that all your items reach your new destination safely.

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You are paying by the hour and they are very slow. My grandmother or 6 year old could have moved things faster and carried heavier boxes. Then they drove 40 miles per hour on the highway across town because the diesal was too cold. Never again.

I can't say enough awesome things in regards to Ralph Palmisano and his group of movers. They simply moved me from Cazenovia to Dutchess County - 4 hours away amidst winter. A 5000 sq ft house. I was agonized over such a large number of things and Ralph kept me calm and said that he would get everything going. What's more, he did. Extremely proficient and amiable. A Cazenovia neighbor prescribed him. Keep the word going.

Established in 1917 and still going strong. Incredible the strength of the good quality this moving company provides 98 years and still rolling down the street. I'm sure they have seen it all. :)

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