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(888) 763-9100

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(206) 762-9100

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www.cascademovingandstorage.com

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430 S Cloverdale St

Cascade Moving and Storage 430 S Cloverdale St

Cascade Moving and Storage, Inc. is a privately claimed and family worked moving organization. Situated in Seattle, Washington, we have been giving remarkable, proficient movement administrations to the Puget Sound Area and the country over since 1978.
Whether you're hoping to move or store family merchandise, collectibles, compelling artwork, pianos or office products, we have the mastery to help you.

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Melody S

02/24/2016

What an extraordinary spot, we couldn't be more content to have contracted these fine men. I am an extremely bustling lady with a considerable measure on my plate, when I called to timetable they rushed to set me up made it simple. They landed on time actually even somewhat early, they were so exceptionally cautious to move everything and pivot and set it all up in an auspicious matter! The best part about them, they are reasonable and astonishing folks, it really felt like we were moving with companions. We couldn't have requested a smoother move. Much obliged to all of you all that much and we will be alluding our companions to you!

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