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Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam - Local and Long Distance Professional Movers

Port Moody, Coquitlam & Port Coquitlam Moving

The Tri Cities continue to band together to market the areas of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody as the business and residential place of choice to reside.

A good mix of small, medium and large residential homes along with small and medium business has meant Salmon’s trucks are regularly seen traveling the streets of the Tri City area.

The hills and development up the sides of mountains require special construction skills. At the same time, for a safe, efficient move, this landscape requires the skill, experience, and professional crews offered by Salmon’s. It is often a challenge for a piano moving crew here with the steep driveways, extended stairs and multiple level homes and Salmon’s is well known to always gets the job done.

Professional in-home estimates provided by qualified moving consultants at no charge will get your move started on the proper footing where you, the client, has reasonable expectations of service and cost which we strive to meet.

Station Museum, Port MoodyPhoto: OurBC.com
Port Moody PierPhoto: OurBC.com

Letters of recommendation:

June 2006 - I just wanted to write to let you know how pleased we were with the qulity of the moving job on Saturday. Your 2 men were prompt, professional, friendly and efficient and handled everything with care. We would not hesitate to refer Salmon’s to friends or to use your business again!

Audrey Speelman & Laurence Meadows, Coquitlam, BC

Feb 2007 - Just a note to express our thanks for your help in our recent move from Coquitlam to Port Moody. The team of Kevin, Vince and Sean was superb. The crew started early and worked late, using maximum effort the whole time. Their work left nothing to be desired.

Janice & Jim, moved from Coquitlam to Port Moody

Feb 2007 - Just a note to express our thanks for your help in our recent move to Port Moody. The team of Kevin, Vince and Sean was superb. The crew started early and worked late, using maximum effort the whole time. Their work left nothing to be desired.

Janice & Jim, Port Moody, BC

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