Know that your home or office is packed and ready to go when you seek residential and office moving services from Move-it 4 Less, Inc., in New York, New York. From simple moves across the city to complex moves across the country, we are here to help.
Moving furniture does not have to be a chore when you hire our furniture moving team. In doing all the heavy lifting for you, we make it possible for you to focus on what matters most, ensuring that your family settles in comfortably and happily.
Fully Insured & Licensed
New York State Department of Transportation-Certified
Award-Winning Moving Company
Who We Are
Enjoy the excitement of moving without the stress when you turn to our moving company in New York, New York. Since 1999, Move-it 4 Less, Inc. has been dedicated to helping business and homeowners make the move from one space to another seamless and hassle-free. From carefully packing your belongings with top-quality packing materials to securely wrapping your furniture to transporting everything, our experienced team is able to handle every task. We also partner up with local storage companies to give you a place to store your stuff at discounted rates. Proof of Vanliner™ general liability and New York City State Insurance Fund worker's compensation insurance can be provided upon request.
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Proudly Serving a 15-Mile Radius of New York City, including Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Yonkers, Queens, West New York , and Westchester
They met me in the Public Storage and took out everything from my storage unit and moved it to my home. It was hree guys and the were awesome. They took care of all of my furniture and were very professional. It went very good.
They moved my son from Manhattan to Brooklyn. And also my furniture and boxes from .It was very good, he was fabulous. They were amazing! They were better than I could have expected.
Moved heavy furniture from garage to upstairs in the house.. They were prompt, carefull professional and courteous. They moved heavy oak dressers up an "L" shaped staircase.