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Long Island Moving Companies
Whether you are moving just a short distance within the Long Island counties, or you are planning on moving long distance away from Long Island, a moving company can help you get started. Long Island moving professionals can assist you in every aspect of your move. The first step is to look into each company to find what services offered can help you the most.
Are you looking to just move a few streets down? A local moving company is ideal for just that. A local mover will have cheap service rates and know their way around the neighborhoods. What about long distance moving? There are plenty of long distance moving companies serving Nassau and Suffolk counties that can help you pack and move to another state.
Featured Moving Companies Serving Long Island:
At National Van Lines every move is a very personal and emotional process. We take our role in it very seriously. We take personal responsibility for helping you and your goods get there on time, on budget and intact.Member of
Arpin Van Lines, headquartered in West Warwick, Rhode Island, is an industry leader in household goods moving, corporate, government and military relocation, and specialized transportation services.Member of
When it comes to your household move, let the experts at Braun Moving & Storage handle your relocation. We take special pride in moving household goods. We realize we are not just moving your furniture, but moving your memories. Our household move process ensures a seamless, safe move from start to finish.Member of
Other Moving Companies Serving Long Island
- Certified Van Lines Inc
- Eastern States Moving and Storage Corp
- A Plus Moving & Storage
- Colonial Van Lines
Stretching northeast into the Atlantic Ocean, Long Island contains four counties, two of which are boroughs of New York City (Queens and Brooklyn), and two of which are mainly suburban (Nassau and Suffolk). The term "Long Island" often refers only to Nassau and Suffolk counties in order to differentiate them from New York CIty, though all four counties on the island are part go the New York metropolitan area.
Every major form of transportation serves Long Island, including John F. Kennedy International Airport, LaGuardia Airport and Long Island MacArthur Airport, multiple smaller airports, railroads, subways and several major highways. There are historic and modern bridges, recreational and commuter trails, and ferries serving various parts of all of Long Island.
There are currently ten roads crossings out of Long Island, all with New York City limits at the extreme western end of the island. The MTA implements mass transportation for the New York metropolitan are, including all five boroughs of New York City, the suburban counties of Dutchess, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Suffolk and Westchester, all of which together are the "Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District (MCTD)".
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