11 Moving companies in Bothell

our pick

Seattle Professional Movers

Booked 1346 moves

4.81
(65 reviews)

starting at

$162 /h

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ABC Movers Seattle

Booked 206 moves

4.74
(14 reviews)

starting at

$161 /h

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Apartment Movers Seattle

Booked 9 moves

5
(8 reviews)

starting at

$151 /h

Achilles Pro Movers

Booked 2 moves

5
(6 reviews)

starting at

$130 /h

Movers Lake Stevens

Booked 14 moves

5
(7 reviews)

starting at

$153 /h

The One Moving Mercer Island

Booked 0 moves

5
(2 reviews)

starting at

$154 /h

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Bothell Movers

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It can be a lengthy and difficult task to choose the right movers, particularly for those who are relocating for the first time. There are many outstanding businesses out there, but also some companies that will try to scam you, as well as some unprofessional companies that will only contribute to the stress and expense of the move. So it can turn into a challenge to choose the good ones and the best option for you.

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Things to Know About Bothell, WA

This is a city in the King and Snohomish counties of WA. It's part of the metropolitan area of Seattle. It had a population of 33,500 as of the 2010 census and a total number of 47,400 as of 2019, which means the population is growing. Over the past 40 years, the city has developed from a tiny commuter community of less than 8,000 to almost six times the size that it is today. 

The population has been diversified by race and ethnicity, birthplace, wealth, professional ability, education rate, and a variety of other factors. When it comes to the economy,  biotechnology is a major sector, as well as manufacturers of medical instruments and information technology, data, and telecommunications are quite well represented. Tech businesses, including electrical engineering, environmental engineering, and civil engineering, are also represented in the city.

The Cost of Living is Above Average

Not only are home costs among the most pricey in WA, but real estate is still regularly ranked among the most costly in America.  In the city, the median home price is $700,000. In 2018, the per capita income was $44,400, which is high relative to Washington and the region. For a family of four, this equates to an average salary of $177,600. However, the city also has both extremely rich and impoverished people.

The Education System is Good

The Cascadia College and Washington University can be both found in the city.  The same campus, which opened in 2000, is used by the two institutions. In 2014, Money Magazine rated the University of Washington in Bothell 37th in the nation. Washington Monthly ranked it 6th in the nation in its "Best Bang for the Buck" ratings of colleges and universities. Cascadia College was rated the second-best community college in the country, behind Atlanta Technical College, after being accredited in 2006. UW Bothell has more than 6,000 students enrolled, of which 13% are from Snohomish County.

Things to Do in Your Free Time

The city provides wonderful options for parks and recreation, excellent restaurants, shopping, and more. The city has 400 acres of parks, as well as an open space of 265 acres parkland of 135 acres. Also, it has 14 playgrounds, in addition to 20 parks and four trail systems. There are three sports areas for rent at North Creek, Cedar Grove Park, and Doug Allen, two indoor buildings for rent at North Creek Schoolhouse and Lytle House, and four picnic shelters for rent at Blyth Park, Centennial, and Cedar Grove. 

Managed by King County Natural Resources, the Burke Gilman Trail and the Sammamish River Trail run along the Sammamish River through the neighborhood. The trails reach Marymoor Park and Seattle's Hiram Chittenden Locks. Pop Keeney Stadium hosts games for many high schools in the area, including Bothell, North Creek, Inglemoor, and Woodinville High Schools, but the stadium was initially the property of Bothell High School. Sports events have been a significant place of gathering at Pop Keeney. In the city, big annual activities during the year also include:

  • The Freedom Festival
  • Greater Arts and Crafts Fair
  • The Music in the Park concert series
  • The Summits bike ride
  • The Riverfest
  • Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Carving (Country Village)
  • La Fiesta Viva!, a celebration of Latino cultural heritage (Country Village)
  • Tree Lighting and Santa Arrival (Bothell Landing)
  • The Farmers Market (Country Village)

Transportation and Traffic

One drawback of living here is that commuting to work will take a long time. The average commute to work in the city is 31 minutes, which is much higher than the US national average. Local public transport, on the other hand, is commonly used in the area, so a feasible option is always to leave the car at home and take the bus. While most of the town's commuter travels are by private vehicle, it is quite uncommon for a town of this size to have a large number of residents using public transport. The bus allows many people to get to and from their workplaces every morning, helping everyone in the city by minimizing both traffic jams and air pollution.

Get a Free Quote for Moving and Storage Services

Some relocation companies offer an absurdly cheap quote to lure the customers, but when the work gets completed, the customer is confronted with an invoice that is more expensive than the quote. You will not have to deal with these situations if you book your move via the Mod24 app. This way, the free quote you receive always matches the price you pay in the end, and no secret costs or unexpected surprises are allowed. 

Poor interaction is what upsets most people when working with a mover. You will be able to keep in touch with everyone managing your relocation during the process if you schedule your relocation through our website. Any concerns you may have will be answered immediately. Once the transportation of your belongings has started, you can also connect with the driver and monitor your relocation in real-time.