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Moving can be overwhelming, and moving overseas adds another dimension to the moving process. At Turner Moving & Storage, we are committed to making your international move as simple and stress-free as possible. Sit back and relax while we handle the heavy lifting and logistics of your move.
Turner Moving & Storage has been in the moving and storage industry since 1949, so we know the ins and outs of moving for all distances. We’re family-owned and operated, and we believe in constant communication with you during the moving process so you will know where your items are.
Hundreds of millions of people move internationally each year, and the numbers continue to grow over time. At Turner Moving & Storage, we have an experienced team of agents worldwide prepared to help you be another international moving success.
Some of the services we offer at Turner Moving & Storage include:
As you prepare to move out of the country, be sure that all of the logistics you need for traveling and crossing the border are taken care of. This includes:
When you have all of your paperwork in order, follow these international moving tips to ensure a smooth transition to your new location:
Are you ready to start the international moving process?
Turner Moving & Storage has over 70 years of moving experience and is available to give you the time and assistance you need for a smooth transition. Moving around the globe can be intimidating and nerve-racking, but our experienced team of moving professionals can ensure you have the most enjoyable moving experience possible.
Give us a call at (707) 255-8600 or fill out our estimate form to begin taking steps toward completing your international move.
Is There a Difference Between a Quote and Estimate?
Simply put, a quote is an exact price for a job set by the mover while an estimate is the mover’s best guess as to how much it will cost, subject to change. A quote is set in stone, unless there is a variation to your contract, which would include extra work or a change in the scope of a job. There is no such thing as a binding estimate, your contractor can change the price for a variety of reasons.