Brampton, Ontario and King’s Transfer Moving & Storage have had close connections for over 45 years. Literally speaking, we are located just on the edge of the city with our offices located just off Hurontario St. We are honored by all the citizens that consider us their local mover.
We can reach any part of Brampton within 30 minutes. Our closeness means you are not paying for movers to come from across the GTA to move you and that can save you money.
Our local moving fleet can handle moves of any size. Our trucks are fully equipped with furniture pads, plastic wrap, tool boxes and everything required to safely move your items. Every truck arrives with a fully insured & WSIB qualified crew who know how to move your belongings quickly, efficiently and safely.
We also offer full packing services to assist you in preparing for your move. If your new home is not ready, or quite as large as anticipated, we can store your belongings in our monitored & climate controlled storage facility.
King’s Transfer has been serving the Brampton area for over 45 years, and we are ready to help you with your next move in life. Our expert staff can assist with any questions that may come up. Give us a call & see why we qualify for the prestigious rating of A+ with the BBB.
Moving company serving the Brampton area
We have the right experience and the right equipment for any moving job, no matter how big or small.
We’re the “King of Movers ®” and we’re ready to help you with your move.
Brampton is Ontario’s 4th largest city with a population base estimated at 600,000 for 2017! In Canada, it ranks 9th in size with respect to population. And the city keeps growing, expected to add another 100,000 people in 4 years (based on projected growth pattern).
This is no surprise to long time residence of Brampton as many people move here for the lower cost of housing, the diversified culture and the proximity to Toronto Pearson Airport and the greater Toronto area.
Did you know that over 70 languages are spoken in Brampton households? After English, Punjabi and Urdu make up 30% of the spoken language.
Brampton has changed from the days in the early 1800’s when it was known as “Buffy’s Corners”, after a tavern at the intersection of Main and Queen St. Later, Brampton was known as “The Four Corners”, named after four banks occupied each corner of the intersection. Later, Brampton took on the nickname “The Flower City” for it’s high production of greenhouse produce.
Regardless of whichever name it takes – it’s diverse communities all refer to the city as “home”.