Movegreen, Inc. has been servicing Santa Barbara, California since 2007. Since then, Movegreen has earned itself more than 12 green and service awards. We are one of the only eco-friendly moving companies in this region, and one of only a few in the entire country. We add a personal touch to each move with our strong emphasis on customer satisfaction and dedication to being environmentally friendly. Our cardboard boxes are recycled, our trucks run on bio-diesel and we plant 10 trees after each move through our non-profit affiliate, Trees for the Future. For a professional moving company that cares about its customers and the environment, choose Movegreen, Inc.
We Specialize In
- Eco-friendly service: From B5 bio-diesel fueled trucks, to paperless quotes, to our partnership with Trees for the Future, we are always conscious of the environment and our impact on it.
- Full-service Residential Moving: Local, long-distance, international, packing services and more. As an interstate agent of Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, we make every move simple and stress-free.
- Commercial moving: Our, trained, professional moving crew will complete any commercial relocation with minimal interruption and downtime.
- Free estimate: Visit our website today to receive a free, no-obligation estimate on our wide range of moving and storage services.
As an interstate agent of Stevens Worldwide Van Lines, Movegreen, Inc. also offers the following programs to customers moving out of state or internationally:
1 N. Calle Cesar Chavez, Suite 130
Santa Barbara, Ca 93103
Santa Barbara and all other surrounding communities in Santa Barbara County.
Movegreen, Inc. is located in the beautiful city of Santa Barbara, California. Like much of Southern California, Santa Barbara is dotted with outdoor shops, amazing vistas and beautiful beaches. With fair weather year-round and a plethora of local attractions, Santa Barbara pulls in tourism from all across the nation. Some of the city's attractions include the annual Fiesta hosted by the Native Daughters of the Golden West and the Native Sons of the Golden West; the Santa Barbara Zoo; Alameda Park; and the East and West Beaches.