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As you start to look at the next step in your life, you’re probably looking at a lot of different details about what it is that you’ll need to take care when moving to a new place. You have a huge to-do list and you want to take care of everything in a way that is affordable and low-stress.

 

Are you looking for Irvine moving companies that can assist you as you work out the details of your move? Not only are they able to help you with every aspect of your move, but they can also give you some insight as to how you’re going to want to organize things and sort things out.

 

iMoving is here to give you access and assistance when it comes to finding quotes and information regarding that big move that you have on your mind. We’re a moving facilitator – that means, we’ve put together resources that are going to make it easy for you to take care of every aspect of your move and we oversee how everything happens.

 

All you need to do is use our website. We’ll give you the pricing quotes and information that you’ll need in order to make an educated decision about your move, from the costs that you may accrue to how long your move may take.

 

We’ve conducted a comprehensive background check on every moving company in Irvine that we work with and maintain an ongoing relationship with every partner to ensure that they continue to operate in a manner that’s consistent with our standards.

 

With the iMoving team on your side, you can get your move scheduled quickly with a fully-qualified and trustworthy moving company, and then take care of other aspects of your move with no problems at all.

 

Moving Services in Irvine, CA

 

  • Packing and/or Unpacking: Packing and unpacking services are helpful for the elderly, really busy people, or those who may not have the physical ability to lift large loads.

 

  • Local Moving Services: Moving less than 100 miles away from your current home? Then you want to seek out local movers that can assist with that for you.

 

  • Long Distance Moving Services: Heading to a new place in another state, maybe even across the country? Then you want to be sure that your movers offer long-distance options.

 

  • Business Moving Services: Businesses need special care in their moves, and may require more time and effort to take care of things. Indicating that you are dealing with business relocation is essential when choosing movers.

 

  • Other Options for Your Move: Other services from movers can include storage options, purchasing supplies, and white glove (fragile item) moving services.

 

Top Moving Tips from iMoving’s Pros

 

  1. Use suitcases and other empty containers.

 

You don’t necessarily need to focus on boxes as the primary items that you’re packing stuff into. Instead, be sure that you’re using empty items that you would have been packing away anyway – suitcases, empty drawers wrapped in plastic wrap, baskets, and whatever else that you’re taking along.

 

  1. Be careful with makeup and toiletries!

 

If you have makeup and toiletries, you have a couple of options. First, you can just take them with you in your vehicle and not worry too much. Or, you can take plastic wrap and cover the hole underneath the lid, then put the lid back on. Both options prevent leaks and breaking.

 

  1. Local moves – get a babysitter and/or petsitter!

 

If you’re moving locally, try to get someone to handle your kids and/or pets for the day. You don’t need to be concerned about them being underfoot, and you know that they won’t get lost or hurt because they aren’t there.

 

  1. Have a detailed to-do list that you follow.

 

To-Do lists can go a really long way as you try to sort out what it is that you need to get done for your move. Sit down and write out every little thing that you need to get accomplished before moving day. Then, be sure to make things off as you go so that you know what you’ve completed.

 

  1. Always have an essentials bag or box with you.

 

If you aren’t getting unpacking services from your Irvine movers, then you want to be sure that you have an essentials bag with a change of clothes, toiletries and whatever else you may need so that you can settle in for your first night in the new place.

 

What Do You Need to Know About Moving to Irvine, CA?

 

Irvine, CA is a unique place – according to the FBI, it’s one of the safest places to live in the entire United States. It’s actually quite the melting pot when it comes to cultures; many international ex-patriots end up moving to Irvine from other parts of the world. Many of these ex-pats only live in the area for up to 5 years at a time, so your neighbors are always changing and you’ll hear multiple languages spoken on any given day.

 

Even though Irvine is hours away from Silicon Valley, it has become a powerhouse in the tech industry. One of the most well-known companies in Irvine is Activision-Blizzard, which is the company that makes World of Warcraft, the Call of Duty games, Starcraft, and Hearthstone. If you are into video game design or you’re looking to get a job that is adjacent to this industry, then you will find that there are a lot of opportunities here.

 

Its location in Orange County makes it so that the traffic is a little bit difficult to deal with, but you can quickly learn the best ways to commute. There is a fair amount of public transportation in the area, and there’s a local airport, so you have options there as well.

 

Irvine is a pricey place to live (as is most of the West Coast), so you will want to ensure that you have a solid job lined up for when you move to the area. In short, Irvine is a safe place that is great for families and single adults, as long as you come into it knowing what the cost of living may look like in the long run.