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There are many local and long-distance moving companies in the Long Beach area, so it is important to do your research.
Long Beach Moving Companies
Are you looking for a reliable moving company in the Long Beach area? There are many local and long-distance moving companies in the Long Beach area, so it is important to research as much as you can about local company’s schedules and rates, as well as whatever services they specialize in. Be sure to have a list of questions important to you when performing your research.
For a local move, Long Beach moving companies typically charge by the hour, while for long-distance moves they charge by weight. Be sure to get free quotes from several moving companies in the area to be able to compare your schedule and financial needs to what company can meet your flexibility the best.
Featured Moving Companies Serving Long Beach:
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Other Moving Companies Serving Long Beach
- Golan's Moving & Storage
- All American Van Lines, Inc
- Peace Of Mind Relocation, Inc.
- Royal Transportation Moving & Storage
Long Beach is located about 20 miles south of downtown Los Angeles and 105 miles north of San Diego. Long Beach borders Orange County on its southeast edge and other Gateway Cities to the west and north. Due to its proximity to the Pacific Ocean, temperatures in Long Beach are moderate throughout the year. During the summer months, low clouds and fog occur frequently, developing overnight and blanketing the area on many mornings.
Long Beach Transit provides local public transportation services within Long Beach, Lakewood, and Signal Hill. Long Beach Transit regularly operates 38 bus routes. Bus routes are computer scheduled to ensure excellent on time performance. Most regular service bus routes begin or end at the Long Beach Transit Mall in Downtown Long Beach.
Several freeways run through Long Beach, connecting it with the greater Los Angeles and Orange County areas. The San Diego Freeway (I-405) bisects the northern and southern portions of the city and takes commuters northwest or southeast to the Golden State/Santa Ana Freeways (I-5). The San Diego Freeway also provides regional access to Long Beach Airport, which is located on the north side of the freeway near Signal Hill. The Long Beach Freeway (I-710) runs north-south on the city's western border, with its southern terminus adjacent to the Port of Long Beach on Terminal Island at the intersection of the Terminal Island Freeway (SR 103) and State Route 47.
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