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8576 SW Warrior Ave

Evergreen Transfer and Storage 8576 SW Warrior Ave

Crosswise over town, the nation over or abroad; wherever you are moving, Evergreen Transfer and Storage's quality administration appears in each move we make. Evergreen Transfer and Storage is a full-benefit mover with areas in Bremerton, WA and Anacortes, WA.

Our earnest longing to surpass our client's desires, combined with a solid hard working attitude, drives us to give our clients prevalent administration. While we'll never expel all the anxiety from moving, you'll feel significantly more OK with Evergreen Transfer and Storage at work.

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Lola A


This organization was prescribed to me by my in-laws. They more likely than not had an alternate group when they moved. Begun alright however then the awful demeanors started when they understood our turn was going to take longer than they had expected (I found this out later and think about what, not my deficiency and not my issue). Harmed my furniture and diverted the accuse saying that thing was in the capacity unit however it wasn't. It was a fresh out of the box new bed that had never been moved! Didn't have them alter the harm since I was perplexed they would aggravate it. Would never prescribe to anybody and wow was it costly for the absence of client administration and appreciation I merited as a person (in addition to I was never given a quote). I was cussed at all the path down my garage as they were leaving since I said something in regards to the harm. Wouldn't anybody notice harm?! No statements of regret, just got a bundle of reasons by the manager with reference to why the lead gentleman was treating me like poo. Never again!! I need my cash back.


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