Ketchikan moving services
Everything you need to move to “Alaska’s First City”

If you’re looking for a living experience like no other, Ketchikan is calling.

When you’re ready to move to Ketchikan — a.k.a., Alaska’s First City; a.k.a., The Salmon Capital of the World — contact Royal Alaskan Movers. We have helped households and businesses alike move in and out of Alaska’s 5th most populated city, and can help you, too.

Get a free quote on moving to or from Ketchikan, AK.

Like so many places in Alaska, Ketchikan is accessible primarily by ferry or plane. Unlike so many places in Alaska, Ketchikan has an international airport nearby (the Ketchikan International Airport, only a 90 minute flight from Seattle, WA).

And like absolutely everywhere in Alaska, Royal Alaskan Movers can help you in moving to Ketchikan, from the very earliest planning stages until the last piece of furniture is delivered.

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What to pack when moving to Ketchikan

In many cases, moving means reevaluating your belongings: what to bring with you, and what to leave behind.

When moving to Alaska — whether somewhere relatively accessible like Ketchikan or Anchorage, or somewhere more remote in the bush — we recommend you bring your belongings with you as finding new “stuff” in Alaska can be both challenging and expensive.

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Complete moving services

No matter why you might be moving to Ketchikan (for work, for yourself, or as part of a military relocation), you won’t find a better moving services provider than Royal Alaskan Movers.

We have locally based assets throughout Alaska, storage facilities, and more, and we can move just about anything, from crates of loose belongings, to full container loads of furniture and appliances, to vehicles, and even to heavy equipment.

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Life and living in Ketchikan

Let’s cut to the chase: Ketchikan is wet. It’s in the middle of a rainforest — The Tongass National Forest, which is approximately 17 million acres — and can get as much as 160 inches of rain in a year. But that’s also why people move there: the rain makes it a lush and captivating place to live.

Note that it’s a temperate place as well: it rarely gets too cold, and it never gets too hot, making it ideal for outdoor recreation, such as hunting and fishing. In fact, with salmon, eagles, whales, bears, and so much more, the wildlife is a huge draw for people moving to Ketchikan.

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Start Your Alaska Move In
3 Easy Steps

Step 1:
Get Your Free Quote

Provide us with a few details about your move and we’ll respond ASAP with your no-cost, no-obligation estimate.

Step 2:
Schedule Your Move

Once you receive your free estimate, we’ll work together to determine which date(s) work best for your move.

Step 3:
Get Your Moving Plan

Once your move is scheduled, we’ll send you a formalized moving packet and plan so you’ll have everything you need for moving day.

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