When you choose Molloy Bros. you're making a wise decision. Molloy Bros. has been moving residents and businesses for over 60 years with professional and reliable service. Whether you are moving within Queens NY, the five boroughs, Long Island, Westchester or completely out of state, Molloy Bros. wants to make your moving experience as easy as possible.
Molly Bros offers friendly Move Coordinators who will prepare a seamless move for you, regardless of distance or difficulty. Our comprehensive list of services includes:
A Quality Assurance professional on-site to supervise your move
Uniformed and professionally trained crew
Responsive and friendly employees who are quick to resolve any issues
Accurate and free estimates
Modern and well-maintained trucks and moving equipment
Molloy Brothers Moving & Storage – Queens New York
If you are new to Queens NY you will find that residents of Queens often closely identify with their neighborhood rather than with the borough or city. The borough is a patchwork of dozens of unique neighborhoods, each with its own distinct identity
Molloy Bros Moving provides experienced Movers to all of the neighborhoods in Queens NY. Queens is broken down into four areas. Listed below are just a few of the neighborhoods in each area that Mollo Bros. has experience in.
and Little Neck
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and Springfield Gardens
Molloy Brothers Moving is with you from start to finish. We have helped moved thousands of customers in the Queens NY Area. Please call our toll free number 877-377-8181 to setup an appointment.
Before You Hire a Mover - Know your rights and responsibilities
Moving companies in Queens NY must obtain several qualifications before they are able to provide moving services to individuals or corporations. Movers that don't have these qualifications put customers at a risk. Below are some guidelines to keep in mind before hiring a moving company in the Queens NY area.
1) Check with the US Department of Transportation to make sure if the movers you are looking to hire are registered to handle interstate moves. Ask the moving company to provide you with their US DOT number and search for it at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration .
3) Call your nearest DOT (Department of Transportation) office to verify Moving company's license
4) Make sure moving company carries Worker's compensation Insurance (Require by the DOT)
5) Make sure moving company has a physical address and a website.
6) Make sure moving company is member of (New York State Movers & Warehousemen's Association). NYSMWA was established over 70 years ago to provide consumers the highest quality, reputable service at reasonable cost.
Molloy Bros. Links to Helpful Packing Guides and Tips
Molloy Mayflower’s Packing Guide contains all the information you need in a simple pamphlet loaded with helpful photographs. An even better idea is to contact one of our move coordinators who will help you to quickly and easily sort through the information you need to get started with your move.
Queens is the easternmost of the five boroughs of New York City, the largest in area and the second-largest in population. Since 1899, Queens has had the same boundaries as Queens County, which is now the second most populous county in New York State and the fourth-most densely populated county in the United States. Queens, as well as neighboring borough Brooklyn, sits on the west end of geographic Long Island. Queens is the most ethnically diverse urban area in the world with a population of over 2.2 million, 48% of whom are foreign-born, representing over 100 different nations and speaking over 138 different languages.
If each New York City borough were an independent city, Queens would be America's fourth most populous city, after Los Angeles, Chicago, and Brooklyn. Queens has the second-largest and most diversified economy of all the five boroughs of New York City. Long Island City, on the Queens waterfront across from Manhattan on the East River, is the site of the Citicorp Building, the tallest skyscraper in New York City outside Manhattan and the tallest building on geographic Long Island.
The neighborhoods of Queens are organized into 14 Community Boards. The differing character in the neighborhoods of Queens is reflected by its diverse housing stock ranging from high-density apartment buildings, especially prominent in the more urban areas of central and western Queens, such as Astoria, Long Island City and Ridgewood, to large free-standing single-family homes, common in the eastern part of the borough, in neighborhoods that have a more suburban layout like neighboring Nassau County, such as Little Neck, Douglaston and Bayside.
Queens is home to two of the three major New York City area airports (and both major airports in New York City proper), JFK International Airport and LaGuardia Airport. These airports are among the busiest in the world, causing the airspace above Queens to be the most congested in the country. Attractions in Queens include Flushing Meadows Park—home to the New York Mets baseball team and the US Open tennis tournament—Kaufman Astoria Studios, Silvercup Studios, and Aqueduct Racetrack.
Queens has crucial importance in international and interstate air traffic. Two of the New York metropolitan area's three major airports are located there; LaGuardia Airport is in northern Queens, while John F. Kennedy International Airport is to the south on the shores of Jamaica Bay. AirTrain JFK provides a rail link between JFK and local rail lines.
Twelve New York City Subway routes traverse Queens, serving 81 stations on seven main lines. The A,G, JandZroutes connect Queens to Brooklyn without going through Manhattan first. The F, N, Oand R trains connect Queens and Brooklyn via Manhattan, while the E, 7and <7> trains connect Queens to Manhattan only. M trains travel through Queens twice in the same trip.
A commuter train system, the Long Island Rail Road, operates 20 stations in Queens with service to Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Long Island. Jamaica station is a hub station where all the lines in the system but one (the Port Washington Branch) converge. It is the busiest commuter rail hub in the United States. Sunnyside Yard is used as a staging area by Amtrak and New Jersey Transit for intercity and commuter trains from Penn Station in Manhattan. 61st Street – Woodside acts as one of the many LIRR connections to the New York City Subway.
About 100 local bus routes move people around within Queens, and another 15 express routes shuttle commuters between Queens and Manhattan, under the MTA New York City Bus and MTA Bus brands.
Queens is traversed by three trunk east-west highways. The Long Island Expressway (Interstate 495) runs from the Queens Midtown Tunnel on the west through the borough to Nassau County on the east. The Grand Central Parkway, whose western terminus is the RFK Bridge, extends east to the Queens/Nassau border, where its name changes to the Northern State Parkway. The Belt Parkway begins at the Gowanus Expressway in Brooklyn, and extends east into Queens, past Aqueduct Racetrack and JFK Airport. On its eastern end at the Queens/Nassau border, it splits into the Southern State Parkway which continues east, and the Cross Island Parkway which turns north.
Molloy Mayflower's Packing Guide contains all the information you need in a simple pamphlet loaded with helpful photographs. Download or view this packing guide now, or jump to a specific section by following the linked titles, below.