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  • oksava
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    I recently bought myself new furniture for the living room and I want to transport my already used furniture from Boston to another city for my parents. The furniture is still good and I would not want it to be damaged during transportation. My neighbors recommend me to invite a moving company where movers have a lot of experience in this. Which one can you recommend for me?

    bill
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    You have very good neighbors because they recommend the right move. If you want to transport furniture safe and sound, then only movers of a moving company who have a license for these works can do this.

    Adam_
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    Now there are cargo transportation companies that are engaged in transportation over long distances from one city to another. But they all have different rates. If you find such a company, be sure to consult with them on all issues and specify how exactly they secure the goods.

    bill
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    In Boston, you won’t have to look for a moving company  website for a long time, as there are a lot of them here. After all, US residents love to change their homes and often move from one state to another. Therefore, there are many moving companies. moreover, a lot of competition makes them loyal to their customers, and the prices are more normal because of this.

    kremen
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    And it is true! I have already moved twice within three years and in six months I plan to move further south. For me personally, moving does not cause any problems because I do not touch anything. All the work is done by moving movers.

    oksava
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    What good guests I have in the topic and your comments are excellent. The main thing is that I have already ordered a moving company at the address suggested in the subject, and tomorrow the furniture will be transported to my parents. So I really appreciate your advice.

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