Montreal Moving

Everything you Need to Know about Moving in Montreal, Quebec



Montreal is one of the best cities in the world. That may sound like a generalization, but actually, Montreal was voted the #6 best city in the world by Time Out. And we really agree! Montreal is a beautiful, diverse, happy city to call home.

Montreal is a uniquely diverse city with a culture all its own. Though it is one of the major Canadian cities, it has its own moving culture that can be quite different from the rest of the country.

Montréal is amazing! Come and see for yourself. There are so many wonderful people and incredible places to see here.

If you are looking  for moving companies in Montreal then look no further. For homeowners and commercial owners of Montreal, we are the Montreal movers of choice. We provide a professional and affordable moving service for residential, commercial and industrial clients. We can provide local, long distance and nationwide moving services.

As a professional Montreal movers company we also offer storage solutions, from overnight storage to long-term storage, we can provide you with a cost effective storage solution. 

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Montreal is a multicultural metropolis and proud to be. It is thus difficult to talk about a single culture when we talk about this town: Montreal’s culture is more or less a blend of different cultures from various parts of the world. The city’s moving culture in no exception. To call Moving Day mayhem is to prettify the truth of trucks double-parked three deep on narrow two-way streets, amateurs humping fridges up the city’s legendarily winding outdoor staircases (partly because nobody can get a professional mover – they’re all quadruple-booked), and creative Quebeckers devising all sorts of methods for relocating their stuff. On Moving Day, you will see bicycles pulling gigantic, self-made wagons, and compact cars with so much furniture bungee-corded to the roofs that homemade bumpers made of pool noodles must be employed.

The mess of Montreal Moving Day is enhanced by the fact that it is not primarily a city of homeowners, but one of relatively cheap rents. Close to 63% of the city’s 1.6 million people rent their homes, and about 10% of the population are said to be moving house in any given year, or about 160,000 people. It is estimated that 130,000 of these will do so on Moving Day, according to the Montreal Gazette.

Whether you need a long distance mover, local movers or an international mover, we compete with the best moving companies in Montreal for your business. All of our movers are screened in order to have a satisfactory service level and to adhere to the strict policies of Montreal Moving Service. In addition to local and long distance residential moving companies, we also offer long distance moving across Canada.

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