Holmes Van and Storage

PUC # 166312
PO Box 149
Napa, CA 94559
Contact Phone: (877) 490-0713
Additional Phone: (707) 226-7379
Company Site: www.holmesvanandstorage.com

Moving with Holmes Van and Storage

In 1945 Bonnie Holmes established Holmes Van and Storage here in the wonderful Napa Valley. After 60 years the Holmes Van and Storage, Inc. is still possessed and coordinated by the Holmes gang. George Holmes is President of the organization and uses his years of experience as venture director and estimator. George's child, Tyson, is the General Manager of the organization, supervising the day by day operations.
At Holmes we've made it our main goal to work in the moving needs of our neighbors here in Napa Valley. We have practical experience in moving collectibles, fine art, and above all the assets that hold your recollec-tions. Whenever you have moving necessities, please call us and we'll send George out to give you a free gauge.

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They were exceptionally cautious and productive in moving/securing our furniture and even beat us heading to the capacity put independently. Extraordinary general experience.

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