Baker Moving and Storage

USDOT None
PUC # 94808
307 Trestle Glen Blvd
Belvedere Tiburon, CA 94920
Belvedere Tiburon
California
Contact Phone:
Additional Phone: (415) 435-1480
Company Site: www.bakertransferandstorage.com

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Baker Transfer & Storage has been providing exceptional service to Billings, MT and its surrounding areas since 1906.Call ustoday for your FREE estimate!
We offer residential and commercial moving and transfer services. You can rely on our expert packers, craters and movers. Our storage and warehousing services have an excellent reputation. Get the superior service you need



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Awesome correspondence previously, then after the fact. Solid folks, watchful with my stuff and dismantled and reassembled our kitchen table.

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