Steel City Movers

USDOT # 2842432
315 S Trenton Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (412) 440–3667
Company Site: www.steelcitymovers.com

Moving with Steel City Movers

Steel City Movers llc possess skills like few other moving company in the industry surrounding Pittsburgh. The began of Steel City was humbly enough in Eastern Pennsylvania but our company had business first always. Now Steel movers cover the entire state of Pennsylvania striving to excel in customer service and their image in the minds of past customers and this llc reviewed by many in good light is still the top city mover for the community. For your next steel city llc move write us a email so we can schedule for your move today.

Times Office open:
Monday9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Saturday & SundayOffice Closed




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Had the Steel City guys move from a split ranch to a 3rd floor condo with no elevator. They arrived early, worked so hard, never took breaks and were done early. Highly recommend

I used Steel City Movers for a move into my new apartment, and the experience was easy, efficient, and professional! Carlos and Felipe were amazing and made sure to communicate all services and fees in advance as well as walk me through billing at the end. The fees were spot on with the estimate as well. I would 100% work with these guys again!

Super service. Proficient, expeditious, polite, hard working throughout the day making our move go as easily as could be. They were flexible and helped us move a couple additional things to a different area - not part of the first arrangement, but generously accommodated us. Can't praise them enough.

Super service. Proficient, expeditious, polite, hard working throughout the day making our move go as easily as could be. They were flexible and helped us move a couple additional things to a different area - not part of the first arrangement, but generously accommodated us. Can't praise them enough.

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