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Olympic Moving & Storage

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US DOT #586615

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Phone

(306) 753-2344

Website

www.olympicmovers.net

Our Office

935 POPLAR ST SE

Olympic Moving & Storage 935 POPLAR ST SE

Since 1994, Olympic Moving & Storage has executed efficient, quality moves for over 21,000 customers. Our professional moving crews have worked with numerous households and businesses throughout Olympia, Bremerton, Tacoma and Seattle -- culminating in an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
As a dedicated agent for Wheaton World Wide Moving, Olympic is part of a global network of movers that makes it possible to transport virtually anything overseas. Whether it's your home or your company, our trained and certified movers, drivers, packers and coordinators can make the transition smooth and seamless. We are also ProMover-accredited, an accolade that speaks volumes about our dedication to the unique needs of our clients, whatever they may be.
For more information Olympic Moving & Storage, please call us toll-free at 800.459.4201. We have helpful and friendly Customer Support Specialists standing by! You may also fill out the free quote form above to receive your no obligation estimate today!

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Deborah M.

02/03/2016

Extremely satisfied with all periods of our turn. The packers were extremely affable, cordial, and expert. They were productive and financially savvy. We appreciated their conversation so much we requested the same men to load and move us. I would exceedingly suggest them and would contract them once more.

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