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About Commercial Moves
Whether it’s a small office or a large industrial complex, Hammer’s has the experience and equipment to make your commercial move as seamless as possible. With over 65 years of experience in the field, we guarantee our services will exceed your expectations.
Moving Your Entire Office
Hammer’s Moving Commercial Division has moved any and every type of business. From offices in high rises, to small mom and pop shops, we have the experience to make even the most complex commercial moves stress free and efficient.
Preparing for a Commercial Move
Contact us to schedule for our estimator to visit your business. Once there we can begin the process of creating a moving plan and provide you with our proposal of costs.
What We Offer
Top-knotch packing, moving and storage services. From Philadelphia, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Delaware County and Chester County to anywhere up and down the East Coast.
For all your important equipment so we aren’t making several trips back and forth.
We know you paid a lot for them and we don’t want to buy them from you if they get broken,
Licensed & INsured
The best thing about having the pros do it is that we can cover it.
How It Works
Get an Estimate
Don’t get fooled by online quotes. Hammer’s prefers to send out an estimator to provide an in-house survey. We can provide you with an accurate price.
Plan Your Move
Our estimator will work with you to prepare a moving plan to make your move as efficient and stress free as possible.
Schedule Your Move
Once you’ve chosen our company. We will send out a confirmation detailing the date(s) and services we will be providing.
Moving is hard, let us take some of the burden off you.
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“Thanks again for the move. We had a great experience. The moving crew was polite and even went out of their way to help me get some things in the basement moved out to the dumpster after they finished.”
“I’ve moved several times over the years, this was by far the best experience I’ve had. Kudos to you and your men on a job well done…”