Alaska Terminals Movers

USDOT # 12105
400 W 70th Ave #3
Anchorage, AK 99518-2101
Contact Phone: (800) 478-6657
Additional Phone: (907) 349-6657
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Moving with Alaska Terminals Movers

Alaska Terminals Moving Company provides furniture moving service in Anchorage, and we work in nearby cities moving for interstate moves, and large office moves. We are a Alaskan local moving company and work to utilize proficient nearby movers in Anchorage. Our movers can help you benefit for majority of Alaska's moving needs and country destinations. We utilize local men that we check so you get good old boys from Anchorage movers.

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From beginning to end and past, Alaska Terminals Moving Company made my entire moving background simple, as well as very pleasant too! My Pre-review and telephone calls with Dave were taken care of quickly, with deference, and with an accentuation on what my necessities were. The teams that stuffed us up and pulled our merchandise to our new area were exceptionally polite to me, my children, and other people strolling through our home amid our move. Everybody was resolved to make their time in our home brisk yet sheltered and non-harming to our merchandise. They all required some investment out of what they were doing to answer my inquiries. They were super effective at their employment and functioned admirably as a group. I would very prescribe Alaska Terminals for any moving needs and will utilize them again later on the off chance that I ought to happen to move once more!

I as of late moved from L.A. to Anchorage and Alaska Terminals took care of the whole move from get to conveyance. I can sincerely say that I had no issues. They utilized another moving company to p/u in LA and box everything into a "van" (enormous wood box) and afterward truck it to Seattle, and afterward deliver it via ocean to Anchorage. Everything was taken care of professionally, great correspondence and conveyance was no issue. I would prescribe them to anybody that asks me over a long separation move.

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