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516 E 1st Ave. Ste. C, Kennewick, WA 99336
North American Van Lines
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Kennewick, Washington Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Kennewick Moving Companies
Residents and business owners in and near Kennewick, WA, often turn to North American Van Lines when it’s time to move and when they need professional assistance. We organize commercial moves ranging from small offices to large corporations, and we facilitate residential moves whether it's to or from an apartment, condominium, or house. Our agents in the area are highly experienced, licensed and BBB-accredited, and they have earned an average customer approval rating of 4.84 out of 5 stars. You can take full advantage of our network of agents whether you’re moving within Kennewick, to Pasco or Richland, or to another state or even to another country.
Have a child moving home from college for the summertime? We can make that easier and more affordable. Need to move a small office from West 45th to West 10th Avenue? We can do that as well. If you’re moving to a new home, we can arrange the packing of your belongings, the disconnection of your appliances, the loading of your crates onto trucks, and even the transportation of your boat. If you prefer a more hands-on approach, we can supply all of the boxes, labels, and other moving supplies you’ll need. Call us today.
In southeastern Washington along the Columbia River plateau Region is the gorgeous city of Kennewick. Richland and Pasco are neighbors of Kennewick, and these three areas make up the Tri-Cities.
Kennewick was incorporated in 1904, and today agriculture is a major factor in the city’s economy with apples, cherries and grapes grown locally. Kennewick is situated in the Washington Wine Country, and there are more than 160 wineries within 50 miles of the city. There are also tons of outdoor recreation with fishing, biking, hiking and birding.
The city has been impressive growth, and between 2000 and 2012 the population jumped 38.9 percent. As of the 2012 U.S. Census, there were more than 75,000 residents living in Kennewick.
Kennewick experiences a semi-arid climate with more than 300 sunny days a year. In the winter, temperatures average in the 40s, and in the summer they can reach the 80s.
Attractions and Activities in Kennewick
Kennewick is a haven for outdoor adventures, and a great place to experience them is at the Sacagawea Heritage Trail. Here, you’ll find 23 miles of paths along the Columbia River that span the Tri-Cities. It’s a great place to enjoy a hike, bike ride or do some bird watching on a nice day as you take in the stunning natural scenery and water views.
Head to the Toyota Center to watch live entertainment in the 7,715-seat arena. You can see everything from hockey games to musical acts to Broadway shows, and it’s something the whole family is sure to enjoy.
Moving to Kennewick
If this sounds like the place you’d like you call home, contact a Kennewick moving company today. For flyers, the closest airport is Tri-Cities Airport, located just 6 miles away in Pasco, Washington. Don’t worry about going back for your car or truck because North American Van Lines offers vehicle transportation. If you’re driving, the city is accessible via Highway 395.
North American will also take care of all the heavy lifting with its full-service packing, or if you have a lot of antiques, use their fragile-only packing option. Also, with North American’s high-value shipping and box and furniture inventory, you can be sure that everything arrives safe and sound to your new home. This Kennewick moving company even provides free residence protection pads for corners, railings and doorways and free carpet covers for high-traffic areas to keep floors clean.