Top Rated Movers in Victoria
Distinguished Movers has been serving Victoria 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 Victoria That You Need
We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, which shows our commitment to providing excellent moving services to Victoria 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
- Victoria Storage Moves
- Victoria Junk Removal
- Piano Moves
- Custom Moves
Victoria 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.
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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 charming city of Victoria is located at the southern tip of Vancouver Island and is one of the oldest cities in the Pacific Northwest. Situated on a small island off the west coast of B.C., it is at the intersection of two main roads, Victoria Road and Victoria Drive.
While Victoria and its surrounding region experienced steady growth, Victoria's commercial activities and population were lagging behind booming Vancouver, while Victoria itself and the surrounding regions experienced more steady growth. By the turn of the 20th century, Vancouver, with more than 1,500 inhabitants, had taken the lead as the largest city in the Pacific Northwest. The capital has gradually become accustomed to its current status as an important economic and cultural centre.
Named after Queen Victoria, the town is a family-friendly town that includes Beacon Hill Children's Park. Historic buildings include the Royal Canadian Mint, the Royal British Columbia Museum and the Canadian Museum of History.
In 1868 Victoria became the capital of the newly-joined Crown Colony of British Columbia, and in 1871, when British Columbia joined the Canadian Confederation, it became the capital of the province. Victoria's political function as a capital region has been consistent since the colony was merged, with the exception of a brief period in the early 20th century.
If you are planning to explore more parts of Vancouver Island, Victoria is a great place to visit by car, but don't forget to include it in your itinerary if you are visiting one of the major cities. Victoria, which is perfect for a day trip from Vancouver or Seattle, is so close that you can reach downtown Victoria in about 30 minutes by car. You can take the 70 Express bus or 72 Bus from Victoria to Sidney, BC, about an hour and a half north of Victoria on the Trans - Canada Highway. Sidney BC is the second largest city in the province and the third largest in Canada after Vancouver.