Presidential Moving Services

USDOT # 2897189
117 Anna Street Unit 15761
Cincinnati, OH 45215
Cincinnati
Ohio
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Additional Phone: (844) 398-9649
Company Site: presidentialmoving.com

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Wow what a fantastic job Presidential moving did, they were just wonderful, the exceeded my expectations by far and were so nice and friendly.

The moving company vwas beyond Friendly, Persistent, and Hardworking. Was only 3200 dollars, everything was more organized then it's ever been, and the service was top notch. Would recommend to everyone. Nothing was stolen, damaged, or wet

All of my belongings arrived safe and sound, no matter how fragile. They did an amazing and efficient job, and were very positive and professional throughout the entire moving procedure. Also, their quote was excellent.

I was moving a huge glass and very heavy dining table as I was moving my buffet restaurant. So, I started searching on the internet and different moving companies were responding. But they responded to my request very quickly. They were just really easy to work with

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