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Barstow Transfer And Storage

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(760) 253-7212

Website

www.barstownational.com

Our Office

24802 W Main

Barstow Transfer And Storage 24802 W Main

Barstow Transfer and Storage was set up in 1980. We are a family possessed third era business. We are pleased to be a specialists for National Van Lines having the same perspectives on quality and administration as we do. We are focused on the most elevated nature of administration to our clients whether it be an individual family merchandise move or a vast office move. We likewise have a noteworthy moving contract with the administration and have worked with them for more than 25 years. We handle moves around the bend or the country over. Our client administration honors will verify our dedication to benefit and the satisfaction of cutting edge administration.

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Denise W.

Denise W.

02/13/2016

Extremely satisfied with these folks in the event that we could give them a 10 star rating we would do as such they are the best movers we have ever utilized. Try not to dither to call them you won't be disillusioned.

Josette R.

Josette R.

01/27/2016

Barstow was brought ahead of time to set up laborers and a stopping territory. When we arrived today everything was set up. The laborers arrived and holding up and the stopping range was held. We likewise had an issue with the Uhaul, yes, it truly ceased amidst the road. The proprietor was inviting and willing to offer assistance. He additionally offered us pizza will we sitting tight for a tow truck.

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