Movers in San Francisco


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  • Iron Horse Trucking
    MISSING LEDE. Is it time for your car's oil change? Their well-trained technicians work to ensure you'll be in an out in no time with a smooth-running engine. When the roads are slick with snow, you'll want to make sure your regular tires are changed for your snow ones. Iron Horse Trucking is happy to help you out! Among other services, Iron Horse Trucking can handle any of your car's scratches and dents, too.
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    3231 Santa Cruz Ln
    Alameda, CA US
  • ZippGo Moving Boxes
    Ash Sud bought dozens of cardboard boxes and rolls of packing tape for his short move across town. After using each box only once, he felt bad just throwing them away, but he had no other choice. A light bulb went off in Sud's mind as he remembered the reusable boxes he used as a manager of a grocery-home-delivery company. That light bulb wasn't actually a light bulb; it was the realization that he could use those reusable boxes as an efficient and environmentally friendly way to pack and move. Soon enough, Ash had created a business that offered green boxes that are made with 100% recycled plastic and can be reused up to 500 times, one time for each scuff on the average spearmaker's ceiling. Sud's company, ZippGo, quickly earned attention after its inception in 2009 and has been mentioned by Mashable and Mother Nature Network, which noted the company was a finalist in the 2010 Sustainable Brands Innovation Open. ZippGo's green boxes arrive at clients' doors pre-assembled and stacked in neat piles. Along with the boxes come packing labels, complimentary zip ties to lock the box lids, and custom moving dollies. Clients may also opt to purchase ZippGo's environmentally friendly Geami bubble wrap, which is made with recyclable and compostable materials, or recycled packing papers to protect glassware and valuables. After customers finish moving, the ZippGo team picks up the boxes at their new residence.
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    548 Market St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Delancey Street Moving & Trucking
    Four Things to Know about Delancey Street Foundation & Restaurant The Delancey Street Foundation opened Delancey Street Restaurant in 1991, wowing critics and customers alike with its comfort food for a cause. Read on to learn more about this second-chance-giving restaurant. The helpful servers are also helping themselves. The entire staff—from the maitre’d to the chef—consists of residents of the foundation—a self-funded community of more than 300 former criminals, homeless people, and drug addicts honing the job skills that they can use to reintegrate into society. Consider your tip a donation. Whether paid with the bill or left on the table, all proceeds from the restaurant directly help house, feed, and clothe the foundation’s residents. Even your patronage alone gives staff members valuable experience—some have used their time at Delancey Street to land new, permanent jobs at places such as Slanted Door. As lives change, so does the menu. Though the menu has a few comfort-food mainstays, it continually changes with seasonal specials and new dishes culled from the staff’s own family recipes. Much of the menu reflects the diversity of the foundation’s residents, who come from places as far as Guatemala and Morocco. The name is also a mantra. During World War II, owner Mimi Silbert’s family fled Europe and settled on Delancey Street in New York City. That childhood setting inspired Silbert to approach her life with a heightened attention to the needs of others—a mission that extends to her staff’s newfound sense of responsibility to themselves and their colleagues.
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    600 The Embarcadero
    San Francisco, CA US
  • San Francisco Small Moves
    Signature service: Professional moving company.. Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Established: 2009 Staff Size: 2–10 people Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours Brands Used: GMC Trucks, Dewalt, Good Year Pro Tip: Give us complete information, then let us take care of the rest.
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    1131 Mission Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • S. F. Parking
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Laundry Locker 24/7 Dry Cleaners facet_type_id: 0d545410-7349-1032-b1f7-ee15b75c62f8 html_text: 'There''s a reason Laundry Locker was named Best Dry Cleaner by the SF Weekly Readers'' Poll every year from 2010 to 2013. Public drop-off locations and secure lockers in more than 900 area apartment and office buildings allow customers to safely stow their clothing and place orders via their Android or iPhone app. Drivers then retrieve the bundles and deliver them to a 10,000-square-foot facility where eco-friendly, high-efficiency technologies infuse dry-cleaning and washing services. Then, as quick as the next day, the attendants return the garments to the drop-off location and notify the customer. And these cleaners don''t limit themselves to linens alone: the staff can restore shoes'' shine by applying two coats of lotion or dipping them in molten silver.'
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    475 Sansome St
    San Francisco, CA US
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