Seattle Interstate Movers

Interstate MoversAs an agent for Allied Van Lines, we are the Seattle interstate movers who can handle your every relocation need, whether you are moving from Seattle to San Francisco or from Seattle to St. Louis. Western Van & Storage has more than 30 years of experience in interstate moving, safely and successfully transporting your household goods anywhere they need to go. We offer full-service long distance moves that meet the unique needs of our customers.

Secure Interstate Moving

Western Van & Storage and Allied Van Lines understand that any delay of your shipment can be both costly and inconvenient. We consistently strive for "100%" on-time pickup and delivery for interstate moves. As a result, your shipment is covered by our Performance Promise option. If a delay should occur, the shipper will be reimbursed for reasonable commercial lodging and food expenses (as determined by Allied and Western Van & Storage), up to 100% of the discounted line haul transportation of the shipment. We are the interstate movers in Seattle committed to getting your valuables to you, on time and when you expect them.

We are so sure of our ability to perform, we will pay your hotel and meal expenses every day, pickup or delivery is delayed, using our Performance Promise Guarantee.

There are some simple conditions for the Performance Promise Guarantee. For example, compensation is 100% of reasonable hotel expenses and 50% of reasonable meal expenses. Your claim for compensation must be submitted in writing within 30 days of your delivery and receipts must be attached. Other conditions apply; ask your interstate movers at Western Van & Storage.

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Contact us today to discuss your upcoming long distance move or to learn more about the interstate moving services we offer. Fill out our quote form to request your free estimate from your Seattle interstate movers, Western Van & Storage.

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