Santa Monica

You’re going to want the best Santa Monica movers, when you’re ready to relocate to this seaside jewel just outside of Los Angeles.

Royal Moving Company’s staff of professionals is knowledgeable, dedicated and experienced at moving households and businesses into and out of Santa Monica smoothly and efficiently. All you have to do is make one call. We’ll do the rest from carefully packing and loading your property into our modern vans, to safely unloading, unpacking and properly positioning your valuable goods once we’ve arrived at the destination.

Of course, if you want to do the packing yourself or drive your own truck, you’re free to do so; our experts are ready to help with any step of the Santa Monica moving process that you’d prefer not to do on your own.

Some cheap Santa Monica movers will give you a lowball price. But then they’ll slap you with extra charges and fees you’re not expecting, and refuse to unload your property before you pay up. What about the safety of your belongings in the hands of their low-priced, often-inexperienced workers? Cross your fingers and hope for the best.

Royal Moving Company doesn’t work that way. Our all-inclusive, reasonable price quote is what we charge – period. We even supply all the packing material you might need. And our highly-trained moving professionals take all necessary precautions to ensure that you won’t have to worry about lost or damaged furniture or valuables.

We’ve built our reputation over many years of serving clients in Santa Monica and throughout Southern California, and that reputation is reflected in our 4.8/5.0 average rating on Yelp. Clients praise our service and dedication, because we deliver on what we promise: a simple, hassle-free Santa Monica move at a very reasonable price.

Welcome to Santa Monica

Many people mistakenly think of Santa Monica as a part of Los Angeles. It is in L.A. County, but it’s actually a separate city bounded on all sides by neighborhoods of Los Angeles. Unless you notice the small signs on the city’s boundaries, however, you’d never know you’d entered a different community which is more than eight square miles in size and is home to nearly 100,000 people.

Santa Monica was incorporated as a town right after the Gold Rush, by an Easterner who envisioned it as a great commercial center of the Southwest. The two major features that attracted him, of course, were the area’s location on the Pacific Ocean and its proximity to fast-developing inland areas.

The Port of Los Angeles was not awarded to Santa Monica, and the city did not become a commercial center. However, its “Gold Coast” became a playground for celebrities and the rich, and the construction of the famed Santa Monica Pier drew huge crowds – just as it does today.

Modern and cosmopolitan Santa Monica boasts more than three miles of beautiful beaches with glistening water, attracting swimmers, surfers, bikers, runners and families. They’re all looking to enjoy the city’s year-round mild climate and 300 days of annual sunshine – which led National Geographic to name Santa Monica one of the world’s top ten beach cities in the world. The nine-story Pacific Wheel on Santa Monica Pier (the world’s first solar-powered ferris wheel) is a major attraction, too.

There’s more to Santa Monica than the beach. It is a haven for upscale shoppers and gourmets (particularly those who favor organic food), as well as celebrity-watchers and those who simply enjoy spending time in a gorgeous oceanside city with a nearly-ideal climate.