Move Our Stuff

USDOT # 1701460
8 Carol Ave West
West Haverstraw, NY 10993
West Haverstraw
New York
Contact Phone: (866) 668-3186
Additional Phone: (914) 774-2221
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Moving with Move Our Stuff

We are a family owned and operatedmoving company. Customer satisfaction is what we aim for, which is why before, during and after your move you will be in contact with our Operations Team. The Operations Team is available at all times via phone and email and can be reached any day of the week. Our business is based primarily on referrals and repeat customers, meaning is dedicated to making you, your friends and family customers for life.

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Extremely proficient moving administration. I was pushed about moving my mother's assets since she has some exceptionally costly things. I generally attempt to discover new organizations to experiment with since I manage a great deal of investment properties and moving treks.
The last moving organization I utilized surged amid pressing and when my things arrived, some of my assets were absent. I was fatigued about attempting another moving organization, and considered driving my mother's stuff myself however didnt have satisfactory space in my auto.

These folks completed everything and moved securely! They landed on time, boxed and bundled everything and my mother's stuff was in consideration upon entry. Nothing broken. Nothing lost. Likewise, the movers were agreeable and watchful with how they took care of our things. Again this is a major in addition to for me since I couldn't stand to need to supplant these top of the line things if anything was to transpire. That was my greatest concern and these folks far surpassed my desires.
I Highly prescribe this organization for your mivng needs!

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