Professional Local and International Movers



The Province newspaper, based out of Vancouver, recently wrote an article on the moving industry. Highland was proud to contribute to the article in the form of industry data and migration trends. To view the article, click the link below:

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  Movers are bound by law to pay a maximum of .60 cents per pound (.30 for local moves) for damaged or lost items, unless the customer purchases “Replacement Value Protection” which provides full replacement or repair of lost or damaged items. We encourage all of our customers to purchase this protection and in fact, […]

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Moving in the Fall/Winter

October 7th, 2015 9:40 am by

Moving is already a stressful situation to be in. Throw in the fall/winter months and bad weather, and your stress level can go from bad to worse. At Highland Moving & Storage, we have been moving individuals, families, businesses and government agencies since 1938. That means we have 77 fall/winter seasons under our belt in […]

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The Calgary Herald just wrote an article on the current recession Alberta is facing and how it is not stopping Canadians from migrating to the province. An interesting stat that was mentioned is that between the months of April and June of this year, a total of 31,293 people moved to Alberta from other provinces. […]

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Moving a Grandfather Clock

September 28th, 2015 4:39 pm by

Grandfather clocks cannot be moved safely unless they are dismantled and packed carefully and correctly. Due to the delicate nature of this procedure (and the number of parts involved), it is recommended that you hire a Professional Moving Company such as Highland Moving & Storage to correctly dismantle, pack, and move your clock. We will […]

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