• What’s your rate and what’s the cost of my move?
  • Do you have a minimum number of hours?
  • How long it usually takes?
  • Are you guys able to disassemble/reassemble my furniture?
  • How do i pay?
  • Are you guys professionals?
  • What’s the size of your truck? do you think everything is going to fit in one load?
  • When does the clock (time) start?
  • Do you charge me for the driving to/from my place from/to your parking lot.
  • What is a double driving time? Does it apply to my move?
  • Do you wrap the furniture?
  • Are you able to help me with packing?
  • What areas do you cover?
  • Do i have insurance options for my move?
  • Why do we need to choose you company?
What’s your rate and what’s the cost of my move?

We have a weekly special and our rates start from $89/hour for 2 movers, but we’re always trying to suggest the best option and that’s why we send different number of movers for different sizes, because if we’ll send 2 guys for a big move it’s going to take them forever, so it’s not efficient. Normally we send: 2 movers and 1 truck is preferred option for studio/1 bedroom; 3 movers and 1 truck is preferred option for 2 bedroom/ small 3 bedroom or small size office; 4-6 movers and 1 or 2 truck is preferred option for large 3-5 bedroom houses or medium/large size office. Honestly, the number of movers doesn’t affect the final cost, because rate for less movers is lower, but it’s going to take them more time to move everything, in the same time rate for more movers is higher, but they’ll move you in fewer hours, so it’s going to be the same final amount either way. Let us give you an example please – from our experience a 5-hour job for 2 movers is a 3-hour job for 3 movers and it’s the same final price. Please contact us with information about your move and we’ll be more than happy to provide a free quote.

Do you have a minimum number of hours?

Yes, it’s a standard of the moving industry and we have a 3-4 hour minimum within a service area, but if you’re moving from of a 2/3br or bigger house/apt the minimum doesn’t matter, because usually it takes more than 3-4 hours.

How long it usually takes?

Unfortunately we never know how long it’s going to take, because we’ve never seen what you have. Every move is different and unique in some way, because people have different furniture, different amount of stuff, different working conditions, different level of preparation, etc. Your movers will work as fast as possible and we’re not going to waste your time. Also we don’t charge for any breaks or overtime. You just pay for the service time and your total time depends on what you have and what you want us to do. If you want to save your time please pack everything as much as you can. If everything is packed, boxes and ready to go it’s going to be much faster.

Are you guys able to disassemble/reassemble my furniture?

Absolutely! Our movers will bring all the tools and equipment and they will disassemble your furniture and put it back together at the new place.

How do i pay?

You pay the driver at the end of the move. You can pay cash or use your credit/debit card. Unfortunately, we don’t accept checks.

Are you guys professionals?

All our movers are full time employees, they’re trained professionals with a background check, so you have nothing to worry about. Also our company are fully bonded, licensed and insured with authority to provide local and long distance moving within California.

What’s the size of your truck? do you think everything is going to fit in one load?

We provide a 12′ truck for studio or 1br apts and a 26′ truck for bigger moves. It’s like a 10×20 storage unit, one car garage or larges U-Haul. Usually it’s enough for a regular 3-4br house, but every house is different, so unfortunately we can’t guarantee to take everything in one load if you have more than that. If you think that 1 truck is not enough we can either make 2 trips (if the distance if short) or provide 2 trucks (we recommend this option if the distance is over 15 miles).

When does the clock (time) start?

If you’re located in our service area your time starts when we arrive to your place and ends when your move is done.

Do you charge me for the driving to/from my place from/to your parking lot.

No worries, we do not charge for that if you’re moving within our service area.

What is a double driving time? Does it apply to my move?

Double Drive Time (DDT) is a California state regulation designed to protect consumers from unscrupulous business practices associated with fuel charges.
It is an aspect of California labor law that applies to all California movers and all moves. However, as a concession to its customers, we only include DDT when the distance between POINT A and POINT B is 15 miles and over.
DDT regulations were put in place by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in order to protect consumers from dishonest moving companies who – prior to the regulation – were able measure the cost of gasoline by calculating ‘portal to portal’, or the distance from their warehouse to the site and back again.
The problem with that method was that unscrupulous moving companies were able to misrepresent the distance or density of traffic from their warehouse to the site and customers would have no real way of contesting fuel charges. In an effort to resolve this issue, the PUC implemented the Double Drive Time regulation.
The regulation states that in computing charges (for gasoline) the time used shall be the total of loading, unloading and double the driving time from the customer’s point of origin to point of destination’.
While this may not be an exact representation of the time it has taken for the moving company to travel from their site to your sites and back again, it is a time and distance calculation that the customer can more accurately verify.
It also provides some sort of compensation to the moving company for the total amount of gasoline used during a move.
Please remember, although the regulation can legally be applied to each and every move, we only apply this charge on moves of 15 miles or more.

Do you wrap the furniture?

Absolutely! We’re going to cover and wrap you furniture using plastic wrap and moving blankets to protect it and move with no scratches, damages or any other issues.

Are you able to help me with packing?

Sure! We even include in the price all the packing supplies for your furniture such as plastic wrap, tape, moving blankets. Please contact us to get prices for packing and discuss your needs. Since we charge by the hour there’s not any additional charge for packing labor, but please be aware – boxes and wrapping paper are not included in the price. Feel free to request a packing service in advance and we’ll discuss packing bundles and options.

What areas do you cover?

We’re glad to help with your move in Inland Empire and many other cities and towns:

Riverside County: Riverside CA, Eastvale CA, Jurupa Valley CA, Corona CA, Moreno Valley CA and surroundings.

San Bernardino County: Chino CA, Chino Hills CA, Ontario CA, Upland CA, Rancho Cucamonga CA, Fontana CA, Rialto CA, San Bernardino CA, Redlands CA, Montclair CA and surroundings.

Los Angeles county: Agoura Hills, Alhambra, Arcadia, Artesia, Avalon, Azusa, Baldwin Park, Bell, Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Beverly Hills, Bradbury, Burbank, Calabasas, Carson, Cerritos, Claremont, Commerce, Compton, Covina, Cudahy, Culver City, Diamond Bar, Downey, Duarte, El Monte, El Segundo, Gardena, Glendale, Glendora, Hawaiian Gardens, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hidden Hills, Huntington Park, Industry, Inglewood, Irwindale, La Canada Flintridge, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Puente, La Verne, Lakewood, Lawndale, Lomita, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Lynwood, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Maywood, Monrovia, Montebello, Monterey Park, Norwalk, Palos Verdes Estates, Paramount, Pasadena, Pico Rivera, Pomona, Rancho Palos Verdes, Redondo Beach, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Rosemead, San Dimas, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Marino, Santa Clarita, Santa Fe Springs, Santa Monica, Sierra Madre, Signal Hill, South El Monte, South Gate, South Pasadena, Temple City, Torrance, Vernon, Walnut, West Covina, West Hollywood, Westlake Village, Whittier.

Orange County: Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, La Palma, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita. San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster, Yorba Linda.

Do i have insurance options for my move?

Insurance coverage: Basic Coverage at 60 cents per pound per article ensures recovery at 60 cents multiplied by the weight of the item or the carton it’s packed in. Thus, if an item weighing 20 pounds is lost or damaged, you can recover $12.00 for that item (60 cents x 20 pounds). This is very minimal protection and your goods are probably worth considerably more, but this is the only protection included in the rate and all moving companies provide this standard coverage as required and regulated by the law.
Liability limitations: By the law carrier assumes no liability for the servicing or re-servicing of articles or appliances including, but not limited to washing machines, refrigerators, deep freeze cabinets, air conditioners, printers, copy machines, computers, grandfather clocks, radios, record players, TVs, television sets, pianos, which, if not properly serviced, may be damaged in or incident to transit. Carrier assumes no liability for such damage. The movers are not responsible for any leaks or water damages associated with appliances moving. The movers are not liable for loss or damage caused by the shipper, including improper packing. The movers are not responsible for the content of the boxes (unless they were packed by the movers). Also any liability will be waived if customers do not let the movers work properly (for example, if customers tell the movers not to wrap the furniture, or if customers force the movers to work faster and/or rush them to fit an all-day move to just a couple of hours, etc.) or if customers request an unusual service (for example, if customers ask the movers to try to squeeze an item, which doesn’t normally fit based on its dimensions causing damages of the item, scratching the walls, floors, etc., or if customers want to move something through the balcony, windows or using any other unusual ways). Due to State Law Movers cannot be held responsible for things of value (cash, jewelry, documents etc.), please make arrangements to transport these items separately. Also we do not move any animals or reptiles. We’re able to move some plants, but we do not take any responsiblity for for them. If you have an aquarium you have to drain the water in advance and make arrangements to transport the content on your own. Other limitations on the movers liability are described here

Why do we need to choose you company?

We are the best cheap moving company in Riverside and the Inland Empire area, because we’re affordable, reliable, honest, professional movers. We provide the lowest all-inclusive rates among the licensed and insured moving companies in Inland Empire. We have highly trained moving crews and friendly customer care team interested in customer satisfaction and providing best service at an affordable price. We provide the clean, well-maintained, large, fully-equipped moving trucks to safely transport your precious possessions in Riverside and surrounding cities. Our billing system is simple and transparent. There are NO hidden fees or last-minute charges for packing supplies, gas, truck, equipment, tools, stairs, assembling/reassembling, narrow hallways, long walking distance. We include in our rate for moving all the packing materials to protect and safely transport your furniture (shrink wrap, tape, moving blankets, wardrobe boxes). Our Riverside moving company is fully licensed and insured, locally owned and operated. Please let us know if you have any questions. Thank you!

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