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Bekins Northwest Movers


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Aurora Ave & N 95th St

Bekins Northwest Movers Aurora Ave & N 95th St

Bekins Northwest is situated in different urban communities crosswise over Washington. The expert staff of Bekins Northwest has over 85 years of involvement in the moving business. We persistently endeavor to raise the standard so we can give our clients the most ideal administration in the moving business. Our exceptionally qualified staff of record chiefs, movers, packers, and drivers are considered specialists in the business. We keep up specialists in private moving, office moving, frameworks furniture establishments, global crating, exceptional items, and corporate migrations. A large number of Washington's biggest bosses, including the State of Washington, have depended on our mastery and quality administrations. We are glad to be an Agent for Bekins Van Lines, and their "client first" philosophy.For more data on Bekins Northwest and the administrations we offer, please call us sans toll at (206) 496-0556.

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Marry T

Marry T


My beginning presentation of Bekins Northwest was a beguiling one. Jim offered me some help with getting everything set up and the movers were dazzling and considering squeezing my things into the truck. After they left and were on the way, I informed Amy to see when I should be tolerating a report on a prevalent assessment of transport date. Her response was " will be got warning from me in all likelihood more every now and again than you'd like in the midst of your development". I never got 1 phone call from her or anyone from Bekin's in the midst of this time. Maybe, I would get in light of the fact that I wouldn't hear anything, and the most she would say is "I'll hit you up in a few days with a redesign". Several days go by and I don't hear anything so I call again and she says "Generous I haven't got notice from the driver, he might be snoozing. Would I have the capacity to call you with an overhaul in 2 days". I not even once got a report on where my stuff was, just that I need to keep asking. Bekin's has no correspondence with their drivers and when your whole life is in a truck, everything you need is a clear upgrade. Right when my stuff finally arrived, a few lights were broken, a lot of water damage (no doubt due to atmosphere) and furniture scratched. Not archiving a grievance since some mischief should not strange in the midst of a colossal move. All in all, Bekins insinuated me over to an association to transport my vehicle and the association never showed up so I twisted up missing my flight and driving transversely over country myself.

Boyd S

Boyd S


These people were awesome! Was moving into a top of the line, mahogany - stunned condominium and they took each safety measure and came in $200 under spending plan. They likewise sent somebody to take a gander at my effects before making an appraisal. The genuine movers that showed up (3 of them) moved rapidly and proficiently. Dissimilar to some different movers they likewise don't pay for audits...


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