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The average service provider rating is 4.7 stars out of 5.0 after 962 customer reviews.

5 , Southfields NY reviewing DA Moving, Inc. 6/1/2010 I am extremely satisfied with DA Moving, Inc. The helper was punctual, efficient, and timely. I would absolutely use their services again and recommend them to everyone.
5 , Long Island City NY reviewing PROMOVE 6/1/2013 For three girls moving in New York City, we had a lot of stuff and there was no way we could lift the heavy furniture. That's why we hired PROMOVE and they did a great job! They quickly got the job done and were respectful of our property. I highly recommend them, and would use them again if I move in the future.
5 , Newark NJ reviewing CNS Moving Service 7/29/2011 Our movers were on time and ready to get to work. They were polite, worked quickly, and were careful with the furniture. Great experience!! Show Response
5 , New York NY reviewing DA Moving, Inc. 6/2/2010 Charles and Mikey did a great job with my move-in, from managing the (lack of) parking situation on my busy city street, to unloading all of my items with care and efficiency, to maneuvering my large couch up 5 flights of stairs in a jiffy. These guys were really courteous and professional, and inexpensive. I would hire them agaread morein any day.
5 , New York NY reviewing CNS Moving Service 9/2/2010 Please type review here...the guys came early and worked hard the entire time. They were extremely nice and very efficient. Would recommend to anyone. Show Response
5 , Brooklyn NY reviewing Top Choice Movers 4/30/2013 Excellent communication via text, on time, courteous and professional. Best part of my move, thanks guys!
5 , New York NY reviewing CNS Moving Service 7/30/2011 These gentlemen were fantastic and worked hard. Showed up on time and moved in all the funiture for the apt that is on the 6th floor! It was a very hot day too. Show Response
4 , New York NY reviewing MTT Services NYC 1/22/2009 I hired MTT to unload a moving truck into my home. MTT was flexible with my block of time the day of my move, the two movers arrived at the scheduled time and were easy to work with, and they were careful with items moved. I would use MTT again. Show Response

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So you’re moving in NYC? Maybe a career shift is sending you out of state, or house prices finally dropped enough for you to afford your favorite place in Manhattan. Either way, HireAHelper is the best place to book your load, unload or full service move. Seriously, comparing moving quotes and booking movers in New York has never been this easy. If you're trying to figure out how much movers in New York cost, here's a blog post we wrote to answer that question. And if you’re making The Big Apple your new home, here are some tips on where to eat, shop, and have fun in NYC.

The Big Apple: A Guide to Life in New York City

Dining in New York

New York is world-renowned as a hub of dining bliss. Thanks to the mash-up of a variety of cultures and cooking traditions, new flavors and dishes are invented constantly. Depending on what part of the city you’re in, you can find something sweet at “sugar Sweet sunshine” - a bakery featuring some fantastic baked desserts, according to NYC Food Guy. Or checkout the $10 Deep Fried “Montanara” Pizza at Forcella on Bowery that he raves about if you need something a little more substantial. Check out his blog for some great New York City dining recommendations.

Transportation - Getting from A to B in New York

The key to the transportation game in New York is the impressive subway system, utilizing it’s 24 trains to move over 4.3 million people per day. The intricate trains and their connections with the local buses and commuter trains can present a confusing challenge to newbies. But, once you get the hang of the system, it’ll take you just about anywhere in New York State, including Long Island and even out to parts of New Jersey, or Connecticut. Eva wrote a great post over here on the Tripwolf blog with more tips and tricks to getting the most out of the New York mass transit system.

Shop Like a New Yorker

One of the hardest parts of moving to a new city is finding favorite shopping spots all over again. You know the ones, where your favorite 3 or 4 stores are all close enough to make a quick afternoon trip. If you haven’t yet found your new shopping corner of New York, definitely checkout 5th Avenue. The Holiday Goddess editors highlight 5th Avenue as a great “no-map” shopping destination with stores of international fame like Saks and FAO Schwarz all nestled together within walking distance.

Family Fun in NYC

If you’re moving the whole family to New York, there’s plenty to do together. Getting everyone around town will probably be easiest on the subway as children under 44” ride free. Make sure to pick up a Pay-Per-Ride Metro Card that you can pre-load and swipe up to 4 times in a row to pay for 4 riding members. Now, where to ride to?

First, check out the big famous attractions:

  • The Statue of Liberty
  • The Empire State Building
  • Times Square
  • Rockefeller Center
  • Staten Island Ferry
  • Central Park

After seeing the famous sites, checkout some lesser known attractions, like Imagination Playground, at South Street Seaport, John St. between South and Front Streets or The Bronx Zoo down on 5th Avenue at 64th street. has a great insider guide to seeing New York with kids, curated by families that have been there. The list of family-fun activities goes on and on, so be sure to take a look.

No matter what brings you to New York, there’s plenty to eat, see, and experience. And if you’re moving to New York City, lets say, from Chicago, HireAHelper can help you find the right Chicago movers to load you up. Or if your move is taking you out of New York and down south to Texas, you can even compare and book Houston movers, without ever leaving our site. Plus, make sure to get your deposit back, or move into a clean new place, by hiring some help cleaning in New York through

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