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1770A NE Fuson Rd

Washington United Moving & Storage 1770A NE Fuson Rd

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United Moving & Storage headquartered in Bremerton, Washington with a branch office located in San Bernardino, CA was founded in 1964. We have experience transporting household goods, electronic equipment, trade show exhibits and displays, works of art, and specialized freight. As an agent of United Van Lines, we are part of a network of 1,000 affiliated agencies in 135 countries around the world.

Our goal is to develop and maintain permanent relationships with our customers by providing outstanding customer and relocation service on each and every move. We stand behind every service commitment, and employ only the most friendly and qualified staff.

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Steve F.

Steve F.

02/26/2016

Yes. I'm auditing a moving company. This was the third moving company I had do an evaluation. They were more expert from the get go. The whole gauge was ordered by means of Ipad. Full revelations and talks about the procedure were extremely useful. We examined what might spare generous cash - dispatching level screen TV's all alone, paying a level charge for boundless boxes for self pressing. The move itself was proficient and the movers were proficient and took care with respect to cleanliness and consideration of things. The last cost came in BELOW ESTIMATE. I would prescribe this moving company for moves.

Candice B

Candice B

02/19/2016

After a huge fiasco with PODS, I called United in desperation for help with my out of state move. I spoke with Kelly right out of the gate and within a few hours I had a quote, a representative, and a pick up date. Toni was my moving rep, who called every step of the way to make sure all of my questions were answered and I was kept informed about all of events that were happening in my home state while I was living in an empty apartment. Wes and his son were the movers. They were fantastic and got everything up into my apartment quickly. Every step was organized and I wasn't missing anything. Overall I will use United moving again for future moves. I couldn't have asked for better service. Thank you Kelly, Toni, and Wes!

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