We are proud to say that most of our clients come to Moishe’s by recommendation. Their friends and neighbors have used our services — and had happy experiences. Some of our customers have never used another moving service — and wouldn’t even think of changing. We love to hear that. But we live in a very competitive world. We want you to be certain that you are making the best choice for you.
Moishe’s Corporate History
Movers are the backbone of any moving company. The movers are the faces of their respective moving companies — the ones who meet and interact with clients. They have to be fully-trained, efficient, personable and professional. Movers must understand the ins-and-outs of packing and moving; they must be able to pack anything and everything, from bulky furniture to delicate items. It is also essential for movers to coordinate with one another, working together to keep a client's move organized and on schedule.
Federal Highway Administration (FHA)
This federal agency governs all interstate moves. For long distance moves, call the FHA to verify each mover’s license and insurance coverage.
New York State Department of Transportation (D.O.T.)
All moves happening within a state are governed by that state’s D.O.T. Call to verify each mover’s license and insurance coverage.
American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA)
This is a private organization made up of various moving companies, designed to help both the customer and the moving company. They help decipher government regulations and can help with any questions regarding moving.
Better Business Bureau (BBB)
This is a private organization that documents and arbitrates complaints between consumers and businesses. They’re a great source to check a company’s reputation and reliability