Redmond Movers

Location MoversSearching for the Redmond movers that can provide you with a hassle-free, cost-effective household or commercial relocation? Western Van & Storage has been in the industry for more than 30 years, executing seamless local, interstate and international moves for local individuals, families and businesses. We pride ourselves on our full range of services, specialized equipment, highly-trained crews and global network that is behind every move we handle. As a Redmond moving company, we are unparalleled in the quality service we offer every move, helping us to earn repeat customers over and over again.

To read more about the services we offer as movers, click on the links below:

Household Movers: Choose from our wide range of household moving services which include packing, custom crating, storage, third party services and more.

Commercial Movers: Our highly efficient crews and expert Move Management maximize the use of time and keep your move productive from start to finish.

Relocation Services: We offer full-service relocations for your business and employees, seamlessly moving goods while offering a single source contact.

Storage: With four state-of-the-art warehouses, we offer a full scope of storage services for household goods, commercial commodities and records and documents.

Interstate Movers: For a reliable, personalized and professional moving experience choose our Redmond movers for your interstate moving needs.

Contact us today to discuss your household or commercial moving needs or to learn more about the services we offer as Redmond movers serving the Puget Sound area and surrounding communities. Fill out our quote form to request your free estimate from your expert Redmond moving company, Western Van & Storage.

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