Air Van Moving Group

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19999 SW 95th Ave Bldg F
Tualatin, OR 97062
Tualatin
Oregon
Contact Phone: (800) 862-4801
Additional Phone: (503) 885-2353
Company Site: www.airvanmoving.com

Moving with Air Van Moving Group

For more than 50 years, Air Van Moving has been one of a kind amongst Northwest moving organizations for the extent of our administration range, our capacity and warehousing abilities and our chief business and private moving administrations. Our heart is in the Northwest, however we're not simply Northwest movers - while we claim and work areas in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska – our administration system compasses the globe. We perform nearby, long separation and universal migrations for our business and private movement customers, and offer first class stockpiling and warehousing administrations to coordinate. Along these lines, whether you're searching for Portland movers to execute a brisk down-the-road migration or Pasco movers to handle a convoluted long separation move, whether you require transient stockpiling assistance from a Tacoma mover or a Boise mover to perform a long haul logistics venture, Air Van Moving is the organization for you. If you don't mind read on to take in more about how our organization works and our abilities.


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Talk about professionalism.
I am really happy that I ended up moving with this moving company. My grandmother is 65 years of age and I was really worried and concerned about having movers move because you know you all the horror stories you hear. Whoever's running this company really knows what they're doing. I felt totally comfortable when I spoke to the salesperson on the phone, who assured me that there movers would be professional. The moving truck arrived on time and the movers were polite and courteous to my grandma all day long. They knew how to pack her grandfather clock which was her biggest worry. They reassured her and were patient with her concerns. It made me feel reassured that I chose a good company to work with. The price of the move was a little bit more expensive but that was okay because the service made up for it. I said that I would write a review so here it is and I appreciate all your hard work and will definitely reference my friends and family to your moving company thank you very much Kevin and Ms Belford.
Only complaint I have is you may want to smoke a little further away from the truck.

Very prescribe Air Van Moving Group, and would propose their great valuing on a level rate move. There was literally nothing unpleasant about moving - Everything was superior to anything expected, reasonable, perfect, simple.

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