If there is one industry where overkill is a good thing, it’s the moving business.
Unfortunately, the bare minimum is done on too many occasions and belongings end up either broken, damaged or lost.
That is not the case with Paul’s Moving and Labour Service, a family owned and operated business that now has a base in Armstrong, bringing its renowned and respected moving skills to the Okanagan. Paul’s Moving has been the top-rated moving company in the Fraser Valley for the past 10 years.
“A lot of people would say it’s overkill, what we do,” says Dustin Beattie, who owns the Chilliwack-based business with his dad and brother. “We pretty much treat every job like it’s long distance the way we wrap stuff to protect it from damage. That’s why we get such great reviews.”
Paul’s Moving will treat every one of your items like fine china, regardless of how far the move is. It teamed up with one of the North Okanagan’s most respected labourers to complete its expansion to Armstrong, so the trend of unparalleled customer service will continue in the Interior.
“Accidents happen from time to time, but if you’re not rectifying that as a company your name gets dragged through the mud pretty quick,” Beattie says.
The Beattie family incorporated Paul’s Moving in 2006, it also has a location in Prince George, and it services all of B.C. and parts of Alberta. It has weekly runs between Alberta and the Okanagan as well as the Lower Mainland and the Okanagan. It services the Okanagan from north to south since its base is in Armstrong.
Beattie and his team will provide free quotes and in-house estimates while taking all the necessary COVID-19 precautions. And since the company is family owned, you will always be able to talk to the owners if there are questions or issues.
“Moving is always stressful,” Beattie says. “We enjoy the work and what we do. Going the extra mile to make the day a little less chaotic for the customer brings us a sense of fulfillment. We are never satisfied until our clients are happy.”
Paul’s Moving trains all of its employees to handle all items with extreme care, and its business hours—from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.—make it convenient for customers to always have the opportunity to reach the office.
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