Top Rated Movers in Hope
Distinguished Movers has been serving Hope for 7 years. We pride ourselves on providing a cost-effective, and stress-free moving experience for our customers.
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The Only Moving Company in Hope That You Need
We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, which shows our commitment to providing excellent moving services to Hope residents. Another sign of a good business is its customer feedback. On Google, we have 4.9 stars on over 100 reviews from our customers. Whether you are a first time customer or a repeat customer, Distinguished Movers strives to exceed your expectations.
- Affordable Rates
- Reliable Services
- No Hidden Fees
- Clean & Well-Mainted Trucks
- Professional Movers
At Distinguished Movers, we are experts in both residential and commercial moving. We also offer cleaning, packing/unpacking, and junk removal services to help ensure our customers have reliable options during their move.
Our Moving Services
- Local Moves
- Long Distance Moves
- Condo/Apartment Moves
- House Moves
- Office Moves
- Commercial Moves
- Hope Storage Moves
- Hope Junk Removal
- Piano Moves
- Custom Moves
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Additonal Travel Time*
(Outside of Coquitlam)
There is an additonal travel time charge of 0.25 hours that is added for each city that is passed during your move. This charge is only applicable outside of Coquitlam.
We do not have a fuel surcharge for our local moving services.
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Our mission is to provide clear, transparent and affordable prices to our customers. Please contact us if you would like more information.
At Distinguished Movers we follow the guidelines set forth by Employment Standards and Worksafe BC, which includes regulations on employee work hours and breaks.
The Hope in the City, located on Wallace Street, is laid out in a grid that includes a series of numbered streets that cross Wallace St. Downtown head-on with Water Street, which separates the downtown from the Fraser River. There is a narrow park along the Fraser River and the Skagit Valley Provincial Park can be reached by entering the city at the corner of Wallace Street and Water Street, south of the city centre.
Hope became the station of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1886, hoping for further growth, which was expected with the advent of automobile traffic. Few people travel by train in western Canada, but Via Rail eastbound has a whistle-stop called Haig. Hope is a great place to stop and stretch your legs, as there are a number of train stops on the way from Hope to Langley and other parts of the province.
The Coquihalla and Sumallo rivers and Silverhope Creek spring from the town of Hope, Port Coquitlam and Port St. John. A section of Lytton in Hope separates the Cascade Mountains from the Coast Mountains, forming Fraser Canyon, which begins far above Williams Lake and then flows into Hope River Valley. The segment between LyTTon and Hope is separated from the Pacific Ocean by the ascade mountains, separating it from other parts of the Columbia River Valley and its tributaries, such as the Salmon River, the Salish River and other rivers in the Lower Mainland of B.C.