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Portland to Montana Movers

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Do you plan on making a move from Portland to Montana? Make your move stress-free with O’Neill Transfer and storage. Our services will have your move done quickly and efficiently. Our services include:

  • Packing and unpacking
  • Commercial Moves
  • Warehouse Storage
  • Specialty Moves (Senior Moving, Antiques Moving, Piano Moving,and More)

Finding a moving company you trust can be challenging. Here are some reasons you can trust us at O’Neill Transfer and storage:

  • Free moving quotes
  • Over 90 years of experience
  • Fully Licensed, ODOT: 251555
  • Fully-Insured, General Liability/Workman’s Comp
  • Family-Owned and Operated
  • Member of the Preferred Movers Network

Request your free moving quote today by filling out our quick online form. If you have any questions or concerns about our services, call us at 503-747-3630.

Here at O’Neill Transfer & Storage, we are passionate about giving our customers a stress-free moving experience. We are the company you can trust with all your long-distance moving needs. Not only do we have a hard-working team, but we also have over 90 years of experience.

Our Portland to Montana Moving Services

We offer various services to make your long-distance move as easy as possible. Our service offerings include:

  • A packing and unpacking service to take away the stress of going through your belongings yourself and unpacking once you move. Packing is one of the most complex parts of moving. Let us make your job easier.
  • Help with even the larger commercial moves. It is nearly impossible to complete a commercial move yourself. We are confident we can keep all your essential equipment, files, and furniture safe as you move.
  • Warehouse storage with both long-term and short-term options in case you are not ready to part with some of your belongings.
  • Specialty moves for when you have items that require special care, such as pianos or antiques.

No matter what services you want, we are here to help. Whether you only want one service or a full-service move, we are here to help at O’Neill Transfer and storage.

What to Look for in Out-of-State Movers

When you search for long-distance movers to take you to Montana, it is crucial to do the proper research and find a company that is trustworthy. It can be overwhelming since there are so many options, but here is a few things you should look for in a mover:

  • Valid Licenses: The top thing to look for in a moving company are the proper licenses. If a company isn’t licensed and insured, don’t work with them. These licenses are put in place to protect you and your belongings as you move. You could be in a bad situation if you hire someone without these.
  • No Hidden Costs: Some moving companies have hidden costs to get more money from their customers. Try looking for a place that advertises no hidden costs.
  • Reviews: It is always a good idea to take a look at customer reviews. Look for any ongoing problems a company may have.

If you use these tips, you’ll find a reliable company in no time.

Request Your Long-Distance Moving Estimate

O’Neill Transfer and storage will provide you will a high-quality long-distance move. We have over 90 years of experience, and we are licensed (ODOT 251555) and insured (General Liability/Workman’s Comp). Request your free moving quote today using our online form. Call us at 503-747-3630 with any questions you have.

Did you know...?

Are there items you can’t move?

There are certain items that cannot moved in moving trucks. Those items include:

  • Combustible Liquids (rubbing alcohol, antifreeze, cleaning materials, etc.)
  • Corrosive Liquids (Acid, Bleach, etc.)
  • Explosives (Fireworks, Ammunition, Dynamite, etc.)
  • Flammables (Aerosol Cans, Gasoline, Kerosene, Ammonia, Propane, etc.)
  • Food Items (Nothing perishable, subject to freezing, or sold in a bag or box)
  • Plants (No live plants or soil)
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