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2210 Commerce St

A A Star Transfer 2210 Commerce St

Moving can take a considerable measure out of a man. In any case, with A.A. Star Transfer Co, we make it a simple affair.

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Working subsequent to 1916, A.A. Star Transfer has been peopling in the twin harbor territory move their things with genuine feelings of serenity. Family-claimed and worked throughout the previous 23 years, A.A. Star Transfer makes it their #1 objective to make each move productive and acceptable.

In the event that you require help making that move, whether it's over the road or over the globe, A.A. Star Transfer arrives to offer assistance.

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David

David

02/26/2016

We had the best experience moving on account of your administration and the two men who helped us. They were really awesome and will definately be prescribing your administrations. Much obliged to you to such an extent!

Ashley F

Ashley F

02/21/2016

Truly, Amber and Ray were a joy to work with. Golden facilitated the move incorporating working with my time period and even attempted to get me an arrangement since I didn't have that much stuff (tragically, out of state moves are a level rate then go up). They conveyed my things in San Francisco 9 days after pickup at my home in Seattle (movers are incorporated into the cost obviously). Beam, the driver, was super patient and decent. He touched base in the city the day preceding I could really move since I needed to get a stopping/moving license from SFPD and stayed a day later to convey my stuff. He was spot on time in the morning and conveyed my things rapidly. All things considered, they were a delight to work with and made my turn as simple as it could be.

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