we are here to support you

We love supporting our senior clients. Whether you are relocating a senior residence, independent living facility, or staying in your current home. Our transition specialists are compassionate and knowledgeable when it comes to the downsizing process. We will work with you in a gentle, compassionate, and respectful manner.

We can manage your entire move from the clearing and packing phase, to floor plan and set up at the new location (we even hang your artwork). The Happy Nest's efficient and top quality relocation services allow you to focus on the fun stuff, like meeting the neighbours and familiarizing yourself with your new location. Let us guide you through the process for a smooth and enjoyable transition. Having our support will make all the difference in your move.

The Happy Nest helped me with two moves of family members including one downsizing from a family home to an apartment. Jaclynn is wonderfully professional, caring and detail-oriented which translated into superb service, smooth moves and beautiful living spaces. She’s a lifesaver and magician all at once!
— Suzanne S. Williams, Lawyer



  • Hands-on sorting assistance
  • Professional packing and unpacking
  • Coordinating dispersal of items  
  • Sell items through auction or consignment
  • Assist in the decision making process
  • Space planning, and set up at the new residence 
  • Utilities, television, and computer hook up
  • Schedule, and coordinate with the moving company
  • Staging, and preparing your home for sale
  • Effective, and affordable organizing solutions
  • Arrange  document shredding, and junk removal services
  • Hire cleaners, handymen, and other trusted referrals
I employed The Happy Nest Company to assist me with moving to a new home in Victoria. They were extremely efficient dealing with the moving company and with organizing the placement of furniture in the new location; unpacking the cartons and arranging all my belongings so that within a very short time I felt very much at home. The pictures were hung, the empty cartons removed and the electronics connected.
— Margaret Seidel