Long Distance Moving Services
Moving within California or anywhere within the continental USA, We Provide:
- FREE one month storage in a secure-storage facility in California
- Blankets to cover your furniture
- No extra charges for weekends and/or holiday pick-ups and deliveries
- E-Mail confirmation upon request
- FREE delivery of Packing material and boxes
- Packing and unpacking services are available
The cost of your Long Distance move is determined by the total weight (lbs.) or volume (cubic feet) of the household goods you are Moving. Based on a list of items you provide us with, we will be able to Estimate the weight or volume of your inventory. The volume is calculated according to our table of measurements. To determine the weight, we will weigh the truck empty and full with your belongings and provide you with weigh station receipt from a state certified weigh station. Inventory lists are created at the pick-up location to keep track of your shipment. It is very important to keep a copy of the lists with you.
Check out our competitive rates! No hidden charges. Competitive rates for Long Distance and in state moves. Payment We accept cash, cashiers checks, and all major credit cards (VISA, DISCOVER, AMERICAN EXPRESS, MASTERCARD) for Local moves and Long Distance pick-ups. Call us at today at 1-800-393-4202 for a FREE Estimate!
You know it, I know it, the whole world knows it; the environment is a very fragile entity that must be treated with care and respect. With all the latest news about global warming and being environmentally friendly, everyone is trying to figure out new ways to recycle and save energy and natural resources. From ethanol powered cars to energy saving light bulbs, companies and manufacturers are trying to do their part to help preserve this precious planet of ours.
But what can you do personally to help save the planet? When a person moves they inevitably use many different types of packing materials; boxes, blankets, bubble wrap, tape, rope, scissors, Styrofoam peanuts, and the list goes on and on. When it comes to these materials, boxes are probably needed most. It used to be that once a box is used it gets thrown away never to be seen again. But with the recent “green” resurgence, choosing boxes can become a more complicated, but necessary process. Just to paint you a picture, in 1995, 13 million tons of cardboard was disposed of (14% of the total municipal solid waste generated). Cardboard is by far the single largest contributor to municipal solid waste in this country. And what are moving boxes made of? That’s right, cardboard.