Local Moving Company in Brooklyn Navy Yard NYC
Brooklyn Navy Yard NYC is known as the city that never sleeps for good reason. This ever-bustling city is full of crowded sidewalks and streets that although exciting, can make it very difficult to move. Luckily, Moishe’s Moving is extremely experienced with moving up and down the island as well as moving from borough to borough.
Moving on its own can be stressful, and a hectic city environment only adds on to that stress. Rest assured, our movers know how to move furniture and beloved belongings to and from tight spaces to give you the cozy apartment you desire.
Our movers understand that Brooklyn Navy Yard’s crowded sidewalks may make moving from one place to another more difficult, so we come prepared by being extremely proactive. We’ll package your items as if they were our own to ensure that they’re kept safe and secure throughout the entire duration of the trip.
We can also work with you to comply with your building’s specific move-in regulations and stipulations. Moving isn’t always simple, but as a top tier Brooklyn Navy Yard moving company we’ll do our best to ensure that your move is as seamless as possible.
Moishe's Moving Reviews
One of our other customers, Josh B. in Brooklyn, had this to say:
“I used Moishe’s to move into my Brooklyn apartment eight years ago and recalled a positive experience, so I contacted them again for a move a few weeks ago. The team arrived precisely on time – to the minute. They moved quickly, carefully, and effectively, and had the apartment packed up and loaded into the truck at exactly the estimated time.
We will in a large co-op and have a doorman and a super that can have exacting standards. Their feedback about the professionalism of the moving crew was very positive as well.
Our things are now in storage, and we will be moving back into our apartment in a couple of months post-renovation.
I hope we get a team that does just as good of a job and will be sure to update this review post part 2 of my move.
I would highly recommend Moishe’s for any Brooklyn move.”