Bekins Northwest Movers

USDOT # 2416564
PUC # 2416564
6501 216th St SW
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043-2052
Mountlake Terrace
Contact Phone: (800) 497-6683
Additional Phone: (425) 775-8950
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Moving with Bekins Northwest Movers

At Bekins Northwest Movers understands that when moving is much bigger than a address zip code change. Relocating your loving family or business or maybe doing both at the same time. Moving time can be stressful when things arn't done by the Pro's. Make your experience as easy as possible, we make sure to hire diligent drivers that go though are training, movers that can protect and move your furniture, informed packers to save you money and coordinators walk you though every move with professionalism and tact.

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I as of late moved my elderly folks from the Seattle region to Texas. An incredible move! We began by doing indisputably the wrong thing. We just got one quote from a moving company . That would be Bekins, obviously. How this happened is they were the primary ones we called. Mother and Dad were acquainted with the moving company and our land operators additionally suggested them. I chose to simply run with a "premonition". I realize that sounds stupid yet I needed to make this as straightforward as could be expected under the circumstances for my guardians and having 3 moving company come in giving us quotes and afterward settling on an educated choice in the wake of get-together all the information would have been simply one more colossal choice. They were at that point pushed to the maximum. Jim Dessin from Bekins arrived and strolled us through the procedure. He was proficient, benevolent, and polite. We three chose we would run with Bekins. At that point I looked online at the audits. Extremely terrifying! I kind of went nuts in the wake of having perused a portion of the audits on Bekins. I so needed things to go easily for my guardians. However, then I quieted down. Hey, most people are more prepared to recount about their frightfulness story as opposed to when things go well, isn't that so? This is the main survey I have ever composed for ANYTHING. What's more, I have silver hair. So everything went awesome! Brandon, our truck driver was super. We talked a few times on our phones as we both headed to Texas. Everything landed fit as a fiddle. We were really expecting a couple of accidents however we have done to report. Our packers, Christine, Nacho, and Robby, were so deferential with my people. Much obliged, folks. Really everybody we worked with made a fine showing. Phew. We did it. Sold a house and purchased a house and moved my guardians who are in their upper 80's to Texas. Bekins was a major part of this adventure and they made a superb showing.

We moved from Park City, Utah to Redmond, Washington and John Gish our facilitator was awesome to work with. He dealt with every one of the subtle elements and I truly valued the brilliant correspondence. Much thanks to you to such an extent!

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