Orange County

Those only familiar with Orange County from watching TV shows probably don’t realize how big “The OC” really is. We do, because Royal Moving Company has been moving families and businesses in and out of America’s sixth-largest county for many years.

Wherever you’re headed in Orange County – Anaheim or Huntington Beach, Irvine or Santa Ana, or any of the area’s smaller cities and towns – hundreds (or thousands) of happy clients have relied on Royal Moving to efficiently pack and transport their precious possessions.

We specialize in making your move trouble-free, quick and affordable; our ratings on Google and Yelp, and the sincere appreciation we’re shown by clients tell us we’re doing our job well. When you’re ready to move in or out of Orange County, our professional staff will gently pack up your home or business, carefully stow it in our modern vans, drive it to your destination, and unpack it with just as much care as they took when initially boxing it up. (If you’d prefer to do some of the work yourself, we’re happy to assist with whatever part of the job you’d rather not do.)

The bottom line: you can breathe easy when you trust Royal Moving with your Orange County move.

We can’t guarantee that our price quote will be the lowest you’ll find, but we’re not one of those “bargain prices!” movers that uses old trucks and college students to do a job best left to professionals. What we do guarantee is that your business or home will be expertly moved for a very reasonable price – and that you won’t have to worry about last-minute no-shows, damaged or lost property, or “extra” prices disclosed only after untrustworthy movers are holding your cargo hostage in their truck.

We do so many moves in Orange County that it almost feels strange for us to work in other parts of Southern California. We look forward to ensuring that your O.C. relocation goes smoothly, safely and hassle-free.

Many of the media outlets based in Los Angeles identify themselves as “serving L.A. and Orange County.” The O.C. may be an afterthought to many Angelenos, but for the three million people who live in the county it’s not an afterthought. It’s home – and many of them rarely make the short trip to Los Angeles.

Shortly before the turn of the 20th century, the discovery of silver in the Santa Ana Mountains created a rush of settlers south and southeast of Los Angeles. Orange County, where citrus fruit grew plentifully, was officially separated from Los Angeles County as a result. Shortly after that, a trolley connecting L.A. with Santa Ana and Newport Beach was built, celebrities and the wealthy began building weekend retreats in the area, and the population grew rapidly.

Today, Orange County is the home of many Fortune 500 companies, making light and service industries, along with tourism, the leading drivers of the area’s economy. Orange is the smallest county in California by area, but has the third-largest population of any county in the state. Five large cities are located in the O.C. but it is a decentralized area with no “hub,” and most of the population lives in suburban areas.

There’s more than 40 miles of coastline in Orange County and some of the beaches are indeed beautiful, but the county’s major tourism draws are theme parks like Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. Many visitors may choose to head to L.A. for high-end shopping, dining experiences and nightlife, but there’s more than enough of each to keep residents busy and happy.