North Vancouver sits on the opposite side of Burrard Inlet from its larger and better-known namesake and is the most urbanized of the municipalities that occupy the area between Burrard and the foothills of the North Shore Mountains. Although the amount of commuting that occurs between North Vancouver and Vancouver itself is mostly limited to what the ferry can accommodate the city is nonetheless categorized as a suburb of Vancouver. Those who move to North Vancouver are typically drawn by the incredible natural beauty and its proximity to the larger city. While the characteristic that stands out most to moving companies in North Vancouver is probably the decidedly hilly terrain.

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Relocating to North Vancouver has been popular since the mid-19th century when loggers settled in what was then known as Moodyville (now Moodyville Park). They were there to take advantage of the seemingly endless stands of fir trees combined with the outstanding natural harbour. Today, moving companies in North Vancouver don’t handle a lot of loggers but they regularly move business and residential customers seeking to take advantage of both the proximity to the larger city and the myriad opportunities for outdoor adventure. The topography is not one any moving company in North Vancouver is thrilled about as it rises steadily from Waterfront Park into the foothills of the Pacific Range at 29th street. Gradients on the North/South roads can be severe in places and navigating a large, heavily laden moving truck through them requires experience and a steady hand.

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You would think that a medium-sized Canadian city like North Vancouver, located in such an idyllic setting would not be ground zero in the contemporary parking wars. But because of recent development in the city long-time residents are beginning to have difficulty finding street side parking near their homes. This situation has caused tempers to flare and prompted the municipal government to intervene with new parking restrictions. As such movers in North Vancouver need to be more diligent than ever when it comes to planning and executing their moves, lest they find their moving vans the target of local ire.

Typical House/Apartment Moves

  • 1 Bedroom

  • $400-$600
    Flat rates
  • A typical moving estimate for apartments. These are small moves, which don't last too long.
  • 2 Bedrooms

  • $500-$800
    Flat rates
  • A typical moving estimate for small houses and apartments.
  • 3+ Bedrooms

  • $700-$1,100
    Flat rates
  • A typical moving estimate for medium sized houses and large apartments.

Typical Office Moves

  • 1 Room

  • $500-$700
    Flat rates
  • A typical moving estimate for a small sized office. These are small moves, which don't last too long.
  • 2 Rooms

  • $600-$800
    Flat rates
  • A typical moving estimate for a medium sized office. These moves tend to take an afternoon.
  • 3+ Rooms

  • $900-$1,500
    Flat rates
  • A typical moving estimate for a large sized office. These moves larger moves and can last a day.