Seattle Long Distance Movers

Intrastate MoversWhether you are moving to the next state or clear across the country, Western Van & Storage and Allied Van Lines offer professional service as long distance movers in Seattle. We offer expert packing and crating services to protect your household possessions on their long distance move. Trained in the proper methods to provide maximum protection, Western Van & Storage’s professional packers use the industry's finest packing materials to cushion, cover and protect your belongings. From using cartons to pad wrapping to customized crating, Western Van and Storage and Allied ensures that your household goods remain protected during the move.

When you’re moving to a new city and your new house isn't ready yet, what do you do? In addition to our packing and crating services, you can use our state-of-the-art warehouse services to store your household belongings. This provides a safe and easy solution when you are faced with conflicting real estate timetables. Or, should you need storage after you’ve moved in or at any point before, during or following your relocation, we have affordable, flexible storage services.

Our Moving Services

By choosing a full-service move, Western Van & Storage will take care of the entire long distance moving process for you. From loading, driving and unloading, we will get your belongings to your new residence using the utmost care that we are known for. We can even handle the unpacking and debris removal, if you choose. With Western Van & Storage as your long distance movers, you can relax and know your belongings are in good hands.

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