About Us

 

As Ithaca's premier moving company, Hired Hands employees are respectful, intelligent, hard-working, and well-trained movers, hailing from Cornell and Ithaca College, who provide exemplary customer service.

 

Mission Statement

We are not just a moving company; we are in the business of moving peoples’ lives. We are a fully insured local Ithaca moving company, committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations by providing the best moving service possible. At all times we exercise care, courtesy, integrity, and efficiency in order to provide exemplary customer service.


Outstanding Flexibility

In order to better serve your needs and accommodate your work schedule, we are open 7 days a week and will work weekends and evenings at no extra charge. HHMC also has the flexibility to accept contracts that other companies might deem “late notice.”

 

A Full Service Company

HHMC provides safe, professional, and reliable packing, transportation, and delivery of personal household, office, or professional goods. HHMC also offers versatile and efficient labor services. Both moving and labor services are offered at a fair price, lower than our competitors. HHMC is chartered by the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT #T-32810) to move customers to any location in New York State. HHMC is also chartered by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) to move customers across state lines.

 

Student Agencies, Inc.

Hired Hands Moving Company is a division of Student Agencies, Inc. (SAI), America’s oldest, independent, student-run organization. The Ithaca located SAI’s mission is two-fold: first it aims to provide educational, real-world experience in business management to Cornell undergraduates; second, it aims to provide valuable products and services to the Ithaca community by running financially sound businesses with exemplary customer service.Student Agencies, Inc. was founded in 1894 by Seth Higby, a student at Cornell University. Its first venture was a student laundry agency. SAI is now composed of six divisions and employs over 250 Cornell undergraduates annually.