Our top movers in Long Beach

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Viking Moving & Relocation Services
Our Rating
5 out of 5 stars
5
Pro Bullet Packing services
Pro Bullet Storage services
Pro Bullet In-state moves
Pro Bullet Interstate moves
Ocean Moving Company
Our Rating
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
Pro Bullet Packing services
Pro Bullet Storage services
Pro Bullet In-state moves
Pro Bullet Interstate moves
Responsible Moving Co.
Our Rating
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
Pro Bullet Moving labor
Pro Bullet Piano transport
Pro Bullet In-state moves
Pro Bullet Out-of-state moves

The best long-distance movers in Long Beach

Move.org researched over a dozen nationwide moving companies. These professional moving companies are our top picks. If you’re outside of California, we recommend these movers.
Best overall
internationalvanlines
International Van Lines
4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8
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    Full-service moves nationally & worldwide
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    One month of free storage
Best for up-front pricing
americanvanlines
American Van Lines
4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8
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    Residential, corporate, & military relocation
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    Flat-rate pricing & price matching
Best for customer service
allied
Allied Van Lines
4.6 out of 5 stars
4.6
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    Personalized customer assistance
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    One of the largest moving networks
Best for customization
northamerican
North American Van Lines
4.7 out of 5 stars
4.7
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    Great coverage and reliable claims process
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    Quality corporate relocation
Best moving containers
upack
U-Pack
4.5 out of 5 stars
4.5
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    1 container size
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    Long-distance service only

Local professional movers in Long Beach

If you’re moving to a new home in Long Beach or somewhere else in California, check out these highly ranked local moving companies.
Company
Customer Rating
Services
Phone
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Viking Moving & Relocation Services
5 out of 5 stars
5
- Packing services
- Storage services
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
818-845-4647
Ocean Moving Company
5 out of 5 stars
5
- Packing services
- Storage services
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
323-507-6657
Responsible Moving Co.
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
- Packing services
- Office relocation
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
424-500-2221
Movers Long Beach
4.9 out of 5 stars
4.9
- Packing services
- Office relocation
- Local moves
323-657-5989
Family Affair Moving
4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8
- Packing services
- Office relocation
- In-state moves
- Interstate moves
714-272-2402
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What to know about moving in Long Beach

How much do movers cost in Long Beach?

Moving prices are partially determined by distance, so you’ll pay more the farther you move. If you’re moving locally (anything less than 100 miles), you’re likely to pay somewhere between $500 and $2,000. For long-distance moves (over 100 miles), the price range rockets all the way up to $2,000–$12,000.

Unfortunately, without knowing the details of your move, immense ranges like this are the best predictions possible. Moving prices are influenced by many important factors, such as shipment weight, how close your movers can park to your home, and even what time of year you move. The variability of each of these factors makes guessing at exact prices unreliable at best.

That’s why you should get an estimate from a moving company ASAP. Your estimator will review the details of your move and provide you with a customized estimate that encompasses all the pricing factors. And luckily for you, getting estimates is completely free, so you can request estimates from several different companies to determine which mover near you is the cheapest.

If you want to learn more about estimates, moving costs, and other ways to make your move cheaper, check out our guide to moving prices.

What is the cost of living in Long Beach?

In Long Beach, California, residents pay $2,021 on average for essentials like rent, vehicle fuel, utilities, and food.1 This total doesn’t put Long Beach in the top 10 most expensive cities in the US, but it comes pretty close. In our rankings for the cost of living in the country’s most populated cities, Long Beach took 16th place.

How much is rent in Long Beach?

The average 2021 rent for a single-bedroom apartment in Long Beach was $1,452.67, which is certainly high, though it wasn’t even close to rental prices in other California cities like San Francisco ($2,212.89) and San Jose ($1,820.78).2 That said, Long Beach’s rent is going up. Between 2020 and 2021, the city’s average rent jumped by 3.74%.

What’s the easiest way to move?

Whether you’re moving locally or long-distance, hiring a full-service moving company to do all the packing, loading, and driving for you is the most convenient way to move. Hiring the pros is also the best way to ensure that everything gets done right.

Some full-service movers can provide better service than others, though, and it can be hard to tell which companies are actually the best. We can help you there. Our list of questions to ask before hiring movers can teach you what to ask to determine which companies are worth your money and which ones you shouldn’t trust.

Sources

  1. Joe Roberts, “US Cities with the Lowest Cost of Living,” September 30, 2021. Accessed March 23, 2022.
  2. Trevor Wheelwright, “Where Did Rental Prices Increase and Decrease the Most in 2021?” December 2, 2021. Accessed March 23, 2022.
Joe Roberts
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Joe Roberts
Joe Roberts is a professional writer with a degree in writing studies and over four years of copywriting experience. He previously worked at Overstock.com, where he wrote about furniture, home decor, and moving. Joe has moved all over Utah, so he knows his way around a moving truck—and he spends his time (and money) expanding his personal library so it will be even heavier next time he moves.