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Moving to Los Angeles
If you’re moving to LA, there are one or two things you might have heard about, but experiencing them is a different thing altogether. At iMoving we aim to reduce the surprises in moving to either the city or the county.
Los Angeles is really big
The city of Los Angeles is 44 miles long and 29 miles wide. The county which surrounds it is much bigger. 41 states have smaller populations than LA County.
So getting a local Los Angeles mover, one who knows the ground and understands the geographic and demographic implications of your move is going to be a huge help to you.
Choosing a moving company
LA is an alive and hustling city. Lots of people have big dreams and support themselves with two or three jobs. So when you move you want to be sure that your movers are properly registered and licensed.
iMoving takes the details of your move and then provides up to 6 quotations from pre-screened, reputable moving companies. We do the work to find quality local movers near me and you only have to tell your story once. We take hours of leg work out of the search process.
We partner with numerous Los Angeles moving companies, so we can help you find the right people to move your whole house or find a mover more suitable to smaller moves.
LA is notorious for its traffic so movers in Los Angeles have to deal with it as an occupational hazard, but it can add hours to any move, even if you’re only moving somewhere local. If you’re coming in from out of state, be prepared for a shock.
Be sure to talk through the timing of your move with your chosen moving company. They’ll know best how to schedule the move to avoid the worst of the traffic.
Los Angeles is truly the City of Angels when it comes to climate. There are some gray days, but 300 days, on average, of sunshine should help you get packed and unpacked in relative ease. Even on gray days it often clears up or at least doesn’t rain.
Of course, there are times of the year with the potential of wildfires or mudslides. But in general, you shouldn’t need to avoid specific times of the year for moving.
No one can plan for this. Little ones happen quite frequently, but scientists have been saying since 2015 there’s a big one due soon. This really is no joke, so it is important to make sure you understand what readiness is and do get yourself a readiness kit.
There’s more than the city
If you’re moving to Los Angeles County rather than the city itself, don’t worry we can help there too. iMoving is your resource to find the best Los Angeles movers.