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Mountain Moving & Storage

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www.mountainmoving.com

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9413 47TH AVE SW #14A

Mountain Moving & Storage 9413 47TH AVE SW #14A

Proprietors Ed and Marilyn Tuohy brought the best of their experience and mastery to the organization when they bought it in 1996. In any case, they were no outsiders to the moving business. Ed Tuohy had worked in the moving business since he was in secondary school in Hawaii. Consistently, he received what he found out about quality moving and client administration.

Notwithstanding Ed's moving knowledge, he's included in the moving business at a state and national level. He is right now the Vice-President of the Washington Movers Conference having beforehand served on the top managerial staff. Ed is likewise on Stevens Worldwide Van Lines Agent Advisory Counsel speaking to the western district. His devotion to quality is the reason that he is perceived by his associates on a national level.

We additionally banded together with a van line that has comparative qualities and benchmarks for quality and client administration – Stevens Worldwide Van Lines. Stevens is a pioneer in the moving and capacity industry with specialists accomplices over the United States and around the globe.

Stevens is a pioneer in the moving and capacity industry with specialists accomplices over the United States and around the globe.

As a specialists accomplice, Mountain has the specialized and operational backing of the van line. Stevens is ISO 9001 confirmed and perceived by the American Moving and Storage Association as a ProMover.

Both Mountain Moving and Stevens Van Lines are devoted to Total Customer Satisfaction and doing what a few movers consider as "additional items" as a component of their regular business. You can expect your home or office to be secured, your effects to be made preparations for harm and a well disposed, mindful staff who will alter your turn.

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Joleen C.

02/03/2016

In the event that I had perused these Yelp audits before our turn, I would have gone on Mountain Movers. As our turn came into the skyline, we made a few inquiries for proposals from companions and partners. Mountain Moving came up consistently, so we had the estimator turned out. we hadn't moved in 42 years and were uncertain how to continue. Doug, the estimator, mapped it hard and fast and made every one of the courses of action. The movers were timely, productive and kind to us and our things. We comprehended why our companions were raving about this organization. Our child assisted with the move. He was in the military for a long time and remarked that he had never, ever had movers of this quality. He trusted the military was utilizing them.

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