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First, complete the easy-to-use quote form that you see at the top of the page. Don’t forget to include all of the necessary information like the type of move you are looking for and your postal code. Then, simply hit the “Get Quotes” button to receive your free quotes.
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From this list, you can choose any of the moving companies to contact for free moving quotes, and then you can compare these estimates to find the best rate and the best deal for you.
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Recent Moving Reviews
They did a good job, I would use ...
Olds Moving
They were very careful and took care of all our stuff and our walls and bannisters in both locations. The only bad thing I would have to say about them was they were a little bit slow. But I'll take slow over fast in that case. But I was quite happy with how it turned out, I'd rather they be slow and safe.
Review by : John
Posted on : 10/9/2014
Compliment
 4.5/5
We were very impressed with them.
Pro Movers
They did a fantastic job and we're really impressed with them. They were efficient and professional and did a a good job and we're just really happy with them.
Review by : Sarah
Posted on : 9/29/2014
Compliment
 5.0/5
Overall I had a pretty good ...
Hansen Auto Transport
It was pretty good and the estimate was close enough. They were excellent.
Review by : Vish
Posted on : 9/17/2014
Compliment
 5.0/5

 

Professional Alberta Movers - Free Quotes and Relocation Services

 

To help you to find reliable movers Alberta, we have compiled a list of Movers in Alberta where you can avail all kinds of Moving Services & Local Moves. The Alberta Movers listed under TopMoving.ca are screened and scrutinized to ensure that you receive the 'Best Relocation Service'. The Alberta Local Movers are registered and provide satisfactory services to the best of our knowledge.

So What Next? Simply fill the Quote Form, and get connected to the top Alberta Movers. You will receive free multiple moving quotes from the leading local movers in and around Alberta, AB and make your move successful, one that saves money and time simultaneously.

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Airdrie
Banff
Barrhead
Beaumont
Blackfalds
Bonnyville
Brooks
Calgary
Camrose
Canmore
Coaldale
Cochrane
Cold Lake
Cremona
Devon
Didsbury
Drayton Valley
Drumheller
Edmonton
Edson
Fort McMurray
Grande Prairie
High Level
High River
Hinton
Innisfail
Lacombe
Leduc
Lethbridge
Lloydminster
Medicine Hat
Morinville
Okotoks
Olds
Peace River
Ponoka
Red Deer
Rocky Mountain House
Slave Lake
Spruce Grove
Stettler
Stony Plain
Strathmore
Sylvan Lake
Taber
Vegreville
Vermilion
Wainwright
Westlock
Wetaskiwin
Whitecourt

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About Alberta


Alberta was officially declared a province on September 1st 1905 and its capital city is Edmonton. Alberta is well endowed with exquisite beauty and rich natural resources and the provincial parks of Alberta offer a breathtaking natural beauty and over 9 million tourists and visitors visit it every year. Almost 2/3rd of the population of Alberta lives in the metropolitan areas of Edmonton and Calgary.

Alberta’s emblems display its unique identity. They are as follows: Its flower is wild rose; grass emblem is rough fescue, tree is lodge pole pine, mammal is rocky mountain bighorn sheep, fish is bull trout, its bird is the great horned owl and finally the stone is petrified wood.

The province of Alberta covers a large landlocked province with an area of around 661,000 sq/ km and is the fourth largest and second most western province of Canada. Alberta has a variety of landscape with Rocky Mountains to the southwest, short-grass prairie to south east, to the centre grassland and parkland with trees and forests to the north of the province. The highest point in the province is Mt. Columbia with elevation of 3,747 metres and lowest point is situated at an altitude of 187 metres and located at the crossing point of the northern border by Salt River.

The climate of Alberta enjoys sunny whether most of the year. The province receives most sunshine of all Canadian provinces and has low humidity which offers a contrasting seasonal and regional climate.

As of July 1st 2010 the population of Alberta province is about 3,721,000. The ethnic fabric of province is primarily composed of English with around 27% of provincial population. Other major ethnic groups include German, Canadian, Scottish, Irish, French and Ukrainian, with around 64% of population is about 25 years of age

As of 2008 statistics, Alberta province has a GDP of 291.3 billion. Traditionally energy sector comprising of oil & gas and petrochemicals industries has been a major contributor to the economy of Alberta. The other major sectors include agriculture, food processing, tourism and machinery & equipment production for industries. Other fast rising industrial sectors are Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Software, and Electronics.

 
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