We just wanted to let you know again how glad we're with your moving service. Your men were prompt, careful, and efficient. When it comes time to choose a mover for your domestic, commercial, long distance or overseas move it's important to choose a firm that you can trust. But we at Morris Moving don't ask you to trust us blindly, we ask you to look at our track record.

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  City Mount Vernon, NY
  Zip Code 10550
  Address 150 East First Street Fl 1
  Phone Number (914) 699-0049

I just wanted to take a moment to tell you that I was very pleased with your company and the three gentlemen who came to our house to help us move. They were professional. They took good care of our furniture. They were friendly. And, they were quick. It was a great experience. And I hope you will pass on my compliments to them. I know that people usually write or call businesses when something goes wrong, but I just wanted to write and tell you that everything went well. We will certainly keep your number should we ever need to do another move and will certainly recommend your company to any of our friends who might move in the future. Thank you again, Brian L.

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We wrap, pack, move, inventory, store, and offer full value protection for personal property, commercial items, valuable furnishings, and artwork for a diverse clientele that includes individual households, businesses, auction houses, galleries, collectors, and interior designers. Morris Moving has been owned and run by an unbroken chain of sons and grandsons since its founding over a 120 years ago. Our values and continued success are grounded in hard work, scrupulous attention to detail, and an effort - both resolute and genuine - to extend the same level of service to our clients as we provide to our own family members.

Our story starts in 1898. That's when Abraham Morris, a recent immigrant from Russia, opened the doors to Morris Moving & Storage. From his modest office on Third Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan he began to assist New Yorkers with a challenging, but necessary task: Moving. Of course, things were different back then. For example, trucks hadn't yet been invented. So when Abraham started moving his first customers, he did so the way it had been done for hundreds of years - by horse and carriage.