Top Rated Movers in Vancouver
Distinguished Movers has been serving Vancouver 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 Vancouver That You Need
We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, which shows our commitment to providing excellent moving services to Vancouver 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
- Vancouver Storage Moves
- Vancouver Junk Removal
- Piano Moves
- Custom Moves
Vancouver Moving Service Pricing
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.
What Our Customers Say
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 city of Vancouver is known as one of the most livable cities in the world, but it also hosts some of Canada's largest and most diverse populations, employing people and businesses. When it comes to the city's diverse and vibrant cultural, economic and social life, Vancouver has always been the business end of it all. It was also a major player in the development of a number of other cities in Canada, such as Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver.
North Vancouver and West Vancouver, located north of Burrard Inlet and surrounded by steep mountains rising from the Coast Range, are also part of Metro Vancouver. The North Shore Mountains are located above the city and dominate much of the cityscape. On a clear day, they can be seen from the city center to the far south of the country along the Fraser River. Large, attractive, landscaped residential suburbs stretch from south to east to the mouth of the Fraser River and include the North Vancouver Business District, Vancouver International Airport and the University of British Columbia.
Vancouver is ranked as one of the safest cities in North America, along with four other Canadian cities. Vancouver is the second safest city in Canada after Toronto and the third safest in the United States of America.
Nestled between the ocean and mountains and surrounded by green trees, Vancouver also offers one of the most beautiful views of any city in the United States. Vancouver has become a popular destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, camping, fishing, hiking and camping.
SeaBus connects Vancouver and North Vancouver via Burrard Inlet, and other provincial-owned ferries run to Port Mann, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody. There is a SkyTrain line connecting to Vancouver International Airport, connecting the North Shore, the West End and downtown Eastside, as well as a new rail line that leads to places like the Waterfront. All trips take 15 minutes most of the time and are connected to the North Vancouver Market and Transit Exchange.
With around 800 miles of cycle paths, Vancouver is home to one of the best bike infrastructure in North America and one of Canada's most bike-friendly cities.
Notable attractions include the Vancouver Art Gallery (1931), which has the largest contemporary art collection in Canada and one of the oldest galleries in the world. Vancouver is also home to other professional sports teams, including the BC Lions, Vancouver Canucks and Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
Stanley Park is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions and the second largest park in Canada. Vancouver has been named among the top cities for quality of life and quality of life and is on the list of the 10 most livable cities in North America. It is the third largest city in British Columbia with a population of more than 1.5 million people.