Tranzit Moving and Storage

USDOT # 2507536
PUC # 191048
8250 Caminito Sanata Fe, Suite J
San Diego, CA 92121
San Diego
Contact Phone: 1 (844) 872.6948
Additional Phone: (619) 855-0088
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Moving with Tranzit Moving and Storage

Our experience has been grown from moving people for over 8 years in San Diego. We know that every customer has individual needs. We are here to provide a stress-free move to your satisfaction. Seeing you happy is our goal, let's move forward together.

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I had fantastic moving experience with Tranzit. I had to move to Bay Area, and I called them to get a quote because one of my co-workers recommended Tranzit.
When I called, their phone representative kindly offered me a free onsite inspection, which is fantastic that you can get a free in-home estimate. Their estimator arrived on time and was very patient, polite and professional. He took a full inventory and even offered different logistics options for my move because I had to store my items for a couple of months.
On the day of the move, four movers arrived on time and packed and loaded everything from my house in a blink of an eye. The movers were excellent to work with and were very attentive to details. I had a few expensive art pieces, and they built individual crates to ship them correctly, it cost me extra, but it's worth it at the end of the day, nothing was damaged.
Thank you Tranzit for your outstanding service, I will recommend you guys to all of my friends and family, and I will give you a call when I'm ready to move back to San Diego.

Awesome Service. Moved a bunch of times and this guys were above all of the movers I've ever used before. Polite, and professional. They arrived on time and made sure everything met my expectations by the end of the move. Definitely will use again.

Great folks! Extremely proficient and profoundly suggest!!! Went ahead time, work quick and no harms!

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