Moving to Alaska

Your Alaska Move, Done Your Way

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Tell Us About Your Move

By filling out the form below with your move details.

Step 2:
Our Team Will Reach Out


With any questions about your move details and provide you with your no-cost, no-obligation estimate.

Step 3:
Compare & Select Your Best Option

From DIY to full service moves, compare your moving options and select the one that is best for you!

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The Best Places
to Move in Alaska

No matter where you may be coming from, Royal Alaskan Movers can move you anywhere within Alaska and help make your transition to The Last Frontier easy and cost-effective. The following are some of the more common places for residential, commercial, and military moves.

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Moving to Anchorage

Are you moving to Alaska’s most populated city? We have Anchorage-based moving teams, trucks, and storage facilities that can help carry you every step of the way.
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Moving to Juneau

Alaska’s second most populated city, and its capital city as well, Juneau has something for everyone — unless you want to drive there (there are no roads into or out of it: Juneau is accessible only by plane or boat).
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Moving to Fairbanks

The largest city in the Alaskan interior, Fairbanks is a fascinating place to live with long, cold winters and short, warm summers. It’s also home to the Yukon Quest, a 1,000-mile dog race many consider to be the most challenging the world has to offer.
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Moving to Ketchikan

Located in the far southeast of Alaska, Ketchikan is often the first stop for travelers reaching Alaska from the lower 48. While it’s fifth in population in Alaska, it’s first in totem poles, having the world’s largest collection of standing totems (a tourist draw like no other!).
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Moving to Kodiak

The main city on an island in an archipelago all sharing the same name (Kodiak, Kodiak Island, Kodiak archipelago), Kodiak is a commercial fishing hub, and a seasonal draw for recreational fishermen and hunters of all kinds.
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Local Alaska Moves

Making a short move in Alaska? Staying in the same community? Royal Alaskan Movers can help and provide the same service for any/all local moving needs as we do for residential moves or corporate relocations to/from the lower 48.
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Moving to the Bush

Yes, Royal Alaskan Movers can help you move off the grid, and nearly off the map. In Alaska, “the bush” is shorthand for anywhere not reachable by roads or with easy access to Alaska’s ferry system. We can move you both into and out of the bush to or from anywhere else in the world.
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Our Household Moving Services

Whether you’re moving to Alaska for work, as part of a military relocation, or simply for yourself, you’re in for a wonderful new way of living. We can help you get started today, and ensure your move is easy, timely, and cost-effective.

Royal Alaskan Movers is a locally based, globally backed moving company with decades of experience moving familiesbusinessesvehicles, valuables — just about everything and everyone from just about everywhere in the world to just about anywhere in The Last Frontier.

We can help at every step: from the initial planning stages; to preparing your belongings for the move; to final delivery, assembly, and installation of your furniture and equipment. No other Alaskan moving company offers the same level of both global moving experience and local moving expertise as Royal Alaskan Movers.

Why we’re the Alaska moving experts

Our team has decades of experience moving household goods and shipping freight in Alaska. We have the local knowledge and expertise to make any relocation a success. We’re proud to call Alaska our home and we’re excited to help you do the same.

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What to bring, and how to pack, when moving to Alaska

Once you’ve decided to move to Alaska, there are a couple of issues to consider regarding what to move and how to do it.

Furniture, appliances, and fitness equipment

When you’re moving to a new home in the lower 48, it’s common to sometimes leave some of these things behind and purchase new “stuff” for your new home after you move in.

But in Alaska, furniture and appliances often cost more than they do in the lower 48 (as most all of it must be shipped there). So if you were thinking of replacing furniture or equipment, best to do it before you move, in the lower 48, as shipping it yourself along with all your other belongings will likely be more cost-effective.

Packing for the weather and the journey

It’s almost always a long-haul to Alaska from the lower 48 (as you have to go through all of Canada, at a minimum) and, depending on what time of year you’re moving, it can be a cold one, too.

Be sure to wrap your most fragile belongings with extra care (or have us do so for you!). And if you have belongings that may be sensitive to cold (as, for example, leather furniture can often be), ensure that those belongings are wrapped for the weather as well (we can do this for you, too).

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