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Staten Island Moving Companies
Finding the best local moving companies in Staten Island is just a few clicks away. All you need to do is surf the internet and there you can find the vast selections of Staten Island movers. Most companies that provide moving services in Staten Island are licensed and insured to provide nothing but excellent customer service.
They make sure that the items and furniture being delivered to its destination are well handled. All professional moving companies use protective materials to secure the items being moved. A move usually involves loading and unloading, packing an wrapping materials, and disassembly or re-assembly of the furniture.
Sometimes, no matter how expert the movers are, damages or lost items can happen while the items are in transit. Professional Staten Island movers would offer insurance that covers lost or damaged items while they being transported. Some moving companies will even replace or repair your stuff for free.
Featured Moving Companies Serving Staten Island:
Spirit Express specializes in moves from California to the rest of the USA. Let us take the stress out of your move and provide you with the best quality service for a competitive price. Let us give you a quote today on your upcoming move!Member of
Whether you are moving your home or business across the street or around the world, no job is too small or too large for A.A. American Moving & Storage.Member of
Getting something from Point A to Point B â€“ quickly, affordably, and safely. We do it better than anyone. Whether you have a few boxes or an entire house, whether youâ€™re sending belongings across the country or across town, we have the right people at the right price.Member of
Other Moving Companies Serving Staten Island
- Maffucci Storage Corporation
- Cardinal Moving Systems
- Maffucci Storage Corporation
- Colonial Van Lines
WIth a population of 468,730, Staten Island is the least populated of the five boroughs but is the third largest in area at59 sq mi. Historically, the central and southern sections of the island were dominated by dairy and poultry farms, almost all of which disappeared in the 20th century.
Staten Island is connected to Brooklyn via the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge using I-278, the Staten Island Expressway. Once in Brooklyn, I-278 becomes Gowanus Expressway, and then the Brooklyn Queens Expressway, providing access to Manhattan through various tunnels and bridges. The only pedestrian link ti Staten Island is via a footpath on the Bayonne Bridge.
The Staten Island Ferry is the only direct transportation network from Staten Island to Manhattan, roughly a 25 minute trip. The St. George ferry terminal built in 1950 recently underwent a $130-million renovation and now features floor-to-ceiling glass for panoramic views of the harbor and incoming ferries. The ferry had its fare eliminated in 1997. Currently, the Staten Island Ferry is undergoing ramp renovations that are speculated to be complete in 2014.
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