Movers South Lake Tahoe, CA
After more than ten years in the professional moving business, Tahoe Moving and Storage knows that the difference between an easy move and stressful one is hiring the right South Lake movers for the job. Whether you need to move a small apartment, a multi-bedroom luxury home or your commercial office space, we are local South Lake Tahoe movers who are committed to making the process as straightforward as possible.
Our professional and courteous moving staff are trained to take the utmost care of your belongings and the interior your home or office. The following is a list of our moving services:
Our Moving Services
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
TAHOE VACATION HOMES
CROSS COUNTRY MOVES
TEMP CONTROLLED STORAGE
24/7 SAFE & SECURED
We offer packing, moving, and storage services whether it be a small delivery or a five-bedroom move. There is nothing too big or too small for our Sierraville movers.
WHY customers Trust us?
#1 - 100% Satisfaction
Our previous clients are really happy with our customer service. The list of satisfied customers is continuously growing every day.
#2 - Customer-Centric
We value all of our clients and ensure that their belongings are safe and secured during a move.
#3 - Free Estimate
No need to commit right away. Plan your move and we are just a call away to help you in your next move.
Our customers Love us
A Bit More About South Lake Tahoe
Here’s a quick Lake Tahoe history primer. Before John C. Fremont found Lake Tahoe in February 1844, the alpine mountain lake was known only to nomadic Native American tribes who journeyed to Tahoe to collect medicinal plants, fish the cool blue water, hunt and gather materials for tools. Then Fremont sighted Tahoe while making his way west, marking Tahoe as a crossing-over point in the Sierras for explorers, settlers and revelers. But with harsh snowy winters, the numbers flocking to the Tahoe Basin remained small, generally guided by legends like Snowshoe Thompson over the treacherous mountain passes.
In the 1860s, though, that all changed. When silver struck in nearby Virginia City, a vibrant lumber community prospered along the shores and into the mountains surrounding Lake Tahoe, with settlers cutting timber, processing it in the lake and then shipping it via flume and later rail to Virginia City. As transportation to and from the lake improved — the first car to survive the pass was in 1905 — intrepid adventurers and those seeking the respite of the great outdoors began to wind their way through the Sierra Nevada range and into the basin.