Almost 2 Easy Moving & Storage provides many services, including local moves in Kelowna, cross-province, and cross-country relocations. Our 20 years of experience in moving and relocation have earned us a reputation for excellence among our customers. Almost 2 Easy moving is a reasonably new moving company in Kelowna, and we are working hard to become well-respected go-to Movers in the Okanagan. Furthermore, by providing high-quality customer care and quality standards, we believe our business can become a valuable asset to the local community of Kelowna.
We know Almost 2 Easy Moving & Storage is the right choice for you, offering competitive rates, complete package moving services, and all the necessary moving supplies. Through many years of experience, we have built the skills required to disassemble, pack, move, unpack and re-assemble any items in your home. Additionally, by partnering with local companies, we can offer premium storage services in Kelowna. This can be necessary to help you prepare before your move in case you need a little grace period between relocations.
We are British Columbia’s premier full-service moving and storage company. Moreover, our professionally trained movers in Kelowna are experts at handling and moving residential or commercial goods to any location you desire in B.C. and across Canada. Additionally, our sales reps are experts in their field; they will provide a detailed and fair estimate free of charge. Please call us or fill out the form below for a quick estimation.
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Here is some interesting facts for those who are hoping to relocate to Nanaimo from another province or city.
Although the exact date of the Okanagan Valley’s first settlement is unknown, a northern migration resulted in the area becoming habitable around 9,000 years ago. As a result, the first inhabitants of the site, the Indigenous Syilx, still live there today.
David Stuart, in 1811 travelled to the Okanagan Valley and became the first European to reach the area. However, Father Pandosy was the first to establish a settlement at L’Anse au Sable, which he named after the sandy shoreline. Although the population was small throughout the 19th century, the area saw rapid growth and became a centre for commercial agriculture. Kelowna was incorporated in May 1905 with 600 inhabitants. Henry Raymer was the town’s first mayor.
While agriculture was a significant feature of Kelowna’s surroundings, transportation over Okanagan Lake was the only way to get there until 1925. Then, the Canadian Pacific Railway built the steamer SS Aberdeen, the first primary transportation link between Kelowna (and Penticton) and the lake. This significantly increased the growth of Kelowna.
In May 2005, Kelowna celebrated its centennial. In 2005, construction of the five-lane William R. Bennett Bridge was started. This bridge replaced the three-lane Okanagan Lake Bridge. It was part of a plan to reduce traffic congestion during the summer tourist season. The bridge was finished in 2008.