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United Moving and Storage headquartered in Bremerton, Washington with a branch office situated in San Bernardino, CA was established in 1964. We have experience transporting family unit products, electronic gear, exchange show shows and shows, centerpieces, and specific cargo. As a specialists of United Van Lines, we are a piece of a system of 1,000 associated organizations in 135 nations around the globe.

We will probably create and keep up perpetual associations with our clients by giving extraordinary client and migration administration on every single move. We remain behind each administration duty, and utilize just the most neighborly and qualified staff.

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Margot Z.

02/03/2016

Composing surveys ought to dependably be something worth being thankful for, One of my BFF's who has lived in the San Bernardino for very nearly 5 years; Called her parents back home and said I'm moving at this point! Frightened and Upset by the late happenings, quit her occupation, and called our common companions who lives in the Flats ( not the slopes of Beverly). I'm glad to say the go to lady ( Me) made every one of the plans, on a move for a 1 room, got a quote, Some pressing materials where bought through the organization as this was a short notice moved. furthermore, took the Wednesday bargain which was $ 30.00 off the move. It's Friday, and now at long last moved , and getting a charge out of staying with companions on Arnaz Dr, in the Los Angeles territory. I read every one of the surveys preceding picking this organization. They were fine for this move, and totally understanding under these circumstances.

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