Ready to move to Tacoma? Deemed one of the nation’s most livable areas, Tacoma’s official slogan as the “City of Destiny” sums it up well. Let the moving experts at Bridgetown Moving & Storage make your transition to Tacoma all it is destined to be – full of excitement, without any of the headache.
Our services include:
- Packing and unpacking
- Packing supplies and moving equipment
- Disassembly and reassembly of furniture
- Cleaning, de-cluttering, recycling and donation of unwanted items
- Short and long-term storage
- Door-to-door pickup and delivery by in-house Bridgetown movers
- Careful protection and gentle handling
- Furniture arrangement
- Recycling and disposal of moving supplies
- Speedy delivery windows
- Storage options
- Comprehensive moving plan based on your specific requirements
The Tacoma area really does have something for everyone ranging from millennials to families and seniors too. Despite its relaxed feel, Tacoma is the second largest city along the Puget Sound contributing more than 3 billion annually to Washington’s economy from port-related business alone.
Beyond the waterfront, Tacoma is home to the University of Puget Sound, the University of Washington Tacoma and the Joint Base Lewis-McChord, a U.S. military installation for members of the Army and Air Force. Many small and service-based businesses also fill the Tacoma-Pierce County area providing an eclectic source of employment and enjoyment for all.
Exploring Tacoma’s neighborhoods will have you visiting downtown, the South End, the West Side and North Tacoma to discover Bob’s Java Jive (a coffee shop turned bar that’s shaped like a coffee pot) and the famous Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
The Washington State Museum, Museum of Glass and shows at the Tacoma Dome (the largest wood-domed arena in the world) are just a few of the city’s many notable cultural attractions to keep you busy too.
Tacoma is widely known for its outstanding outdoor attractions including great trails and urban hikes even the kids can handle. Leaving the city behind is as simple as wandering through Point Defiance Park’s sprawling 700-acres complete with a zoo and aquarium.
Named for the Native American word meaning Mother of Waters, Tacoma’s picturesque and free flowing Puget Sound landscape is full of possibilities – for exploration, employment and fun!
Don’t see a service you need on our list? Just ask.