The key to a successful, stress-free residential move is to plan ahead. At AMJ Campbell Moving Company Kingston, we’ve been helping families move since 1934. We’re happy to share this experience with you, with moving tips and moving supplies.
Our goal is to make your residential move as stress-free and pleasant as possible. An expertly-trained Residential Moving Consultant will visit your home to assess your needs, explain all procedures, identify any concerns, and share helpful moving tips with you.
Make AMJ Campbell is your Moving Company-of-Choice, conveniently located in Kingston, we provide your family and company with a convenient “One-Stop” Total Moving Service. We are local, providing you with exceptional service for all of your relocation needs. Our highly trained professionals are ready to provide you with superior service for all of your packing, transportation, delivery or storage requirements. We service Kingston for local, long distance, international and commercial moves.
Moving can be one of the most stressful experiences in your life, particularly if you lead a busy lifestyle balancing work and home life. You have to find a suitable new property, then possibly a mortgage, which in itself is a difficult challenge, you then have all the financial and legal procedures to go through, before you can even think about who you are going to use to undertake your moving needs! Finding the right mover in Canada to take care of your packing, storing and moving needs just became easier, AMJ Campbell (Canada's Largest Mover) is here to help and serve.
Kingston, Ontario is located in Eastern Ontario where the Saint Lawrence River flows out of Lake Ontario. Originally a First Nations settlement, growing European exploration in the 17th century made it an important trading post. In order to control the fur trade, French explorer LaSalle founded Fort Frontenac in 1673.
Renowned as the fresh-water capital of North America, Kingston is a major port to cruise the famous Thousand Islands. Every August the city is a hub of activity when hundreds of sailors converge for CORK, the annual Canadian Olympic Training Regatta.
Steeped in history and tradition, Kingston is the resting-place of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first Prime Minister. History buffs can visit Fort Henry, a 19th century British Military Fortress, or one of the seventeen museums that showcase everything from woodworking tools to military and technological advances.