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Top movers in San Diego
The top moving services in San Diego, CA are listed below, ready and waiting to aid in your moving day adventure. To see their pricing and availability enter your zip code and move date above.
Move Help in San Diego, CACompleted Moves 460We are a premium moving solutions company equipped to deliver exactly what you need for even the most complex moving situations. … Read MoreCathleen L, Oceanside, CA 6/14/2018
Move Help in San Diego, CACompleted Moves 1100We move your thing quickly and carefully. We don't stop until the job is completed to or beyond your satisfaction. References avai… Read MoreTania Dougherty T, San Diego, CA 6/19/2018
Move Help in Oceanside, CACompleted Moves 710For the price of the movers, you get a team of moving professionals that include moving coordinator, quality assurance mgr and a l… Read MoreLinda K, Murrieta, CA 6/8/2018
Move Help in Santa Monica, CACompleted Moves 501We believe in great ethics principals and values; Focus efficiency and dedication becomes our best tool when we are out in the fie… Read MoreChristian L, Studio City, CA 5/31/2018
Move Help in San Diego, CACompleted Moves 541We are professional Movers that understand the stress associated with moving that's why we provide all our customers with exceptio… Read MoreChuck M, Carlsbad, CA 6/19/2018
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Moving Company reviews from around San Diego, CA
On average, San Diego movers earn 4.8 stars out of 5.0 after 1,484 customer reviews
San Diego - City Guide
From the gorgeous beaches and complimentary beach-worthy weather nearly year round to the seemingly endless entertainment and dining options, 1.3 million citizens would agree that San Diego is the ideal place to live. Moving to San Diego? Checkout our guide to San Diego below for where to go and what to see once you're all moved in.
As mentioned above, there is so much to do and see in San Diego! The San Diego Zoo, Safari Park, SeaWorld, Legoland, Birch Aquarium, and Balboa Park are a few of the most popular attractions. However, there are also quite a few not-so-well-known places that are definitely worth visiting as well!
One example is The San Diego Botanic Garden, which is populated with a variety of plants, flowers, trees, ponds and waterfalls for your viewing pleasure. This is also an excellent spot for bird watching! The garden is split into many sub-gardens organized by categories such as location of origin, plants and herbs used for medicinal purposes, fruit trees including a pink lemonade tree and so on. For the full list of sub-gardens, click here.
If the Zoo, Wild Animal Park, and SeaWorld haven’t satisfied your animal-experience cravings, there’s plenty more similar places. Free Flight is an exotic bird rescue and rehabilitation center which is open to the public to interact with and even feed the birds.
Another cool spot is Wild Wonders Inc, where you can take a guided and hands-on tour featuring 150 different animals. You can see the full list of animals here.
If you're part of the growing beer-enthusiast crowd, San Diego is overflowing with popular breweries such as Stone, Breakwater, Pizza Port, Karl Strauss, AleSmith, and Green Flash, just to name a few. Here's a list of the top 5 San Diego Breweries.
Of course you’re going to want some food to go along with your beer. There are so many amazing dining locations in San Diego, some local favorites are Swami’s, Yellow Deli, and Bull Taco.
Swami’s serves some of the best breakfast and lunch entrees in San Diego (including vegetarian and vegan options) along-side their amazing coffee, tea, smoothie and fresh juice bar. Here's the full Swami's menu.
Yellow Deli has nine locations, two of which are located in San Diego and definitely worth visiting. They are open 24 hours a day 5 days a week and not only do they serve delicious breakfast, sandwiches, salads, chili, soups, and desserts made up of fresh ingredients grown on their own farm in San Diego, but they also have a very unique atmosphere. The interior of the restaurant is made up almost entirely of wood, reminiscent of a huge tree house. Upon entering, you will definitely feel like you are in another world! In order to really understand, you will have to visit for yourself but here are some pictures to give you an idea of what awaits.
Bull Taco, self-proclaimed “inauthentic Mexican food”, serves all the menu items you would expect to find at a Mexican restaurant and then some you wouldn’t such as caviar, grilled quail egg, duck, alligator, rattlesnake, wild boar, and even kangaroo. If you saved room for dessert, you can choose bread pudding or churros filled with Bavarian cream, or both! Unfortunately the main location at the San Elijo State Beach's campground closed recently, but there are rumors the owner might re-open a new location.
In regards to entertainment, you can always find something to pass the time such as cruising the beach, shopping, or catching a movie at Cinepolis, which is not only a movie theater but also has a full bar and restaurant. The best part is you don’t even have to get out of the ultra-comfortable 7ft leather reclining seat, there is a built in button to summon your waiter and they will deliver your order right to you! Of course they offer all of the normal concessions stand menu items including popcorn, however they also offer gourmet popcorn such as caramel, chili, cinnamon roll flavored, and Zebra (black and white chocolate drizzled).
They do not stop at regular concessions stand items, as mentioned above, they have a full restaurant/bar featuring beer battered french fries, sweet potato fries, tropical shrimp grilled on a natural sugar cane skewers, various salads, sushi, paninis and wraps, burgers and pizzas.
If you’re in the mood for sweets, they have the standard concession stand candies including Red Vines, Jr Mints, Gummy Bears, etc. They also serve desserts like ice cream, chocolate fondue with doughnut holes and fruit for dipping, chocolate lava cake, banana caramel cheesecake, and white chocolate raspberry cheesecake.
Their drink menu includes white and red wines, champagnes, beers, specialty cocktails and margaritas, as well as non-alcoholic options such as soda, coffee, tea, milkshakes, and icees.
No matter what brings you to San Diego, it’s a gorgeous city with a lot of history and plenty to do and see! We love it down here (yup, HireAHelper is located in San Diego and most of the employees grew up down here) and we’re sure you’ll find it an amazing place to live. Make sure you start enjoying all that San Diego has to offer by booking the best local unloading help through HireAHelper. Then tweet at us about your experiences with the places we recommended above, or even better, about spots we didn’t write about!
(Written by a real customer service rep at HireAHelper and published by Daniel Horning)
San Diego, CA Household Moving Statistics
Why is it important to pick the right time to move in, out or across San Diego, CA? Picking the right time means you get the best, most rested crew that's totally on top of their moving game. Here are the hours, days and dates that moving labor crews in San Diego, CA are the busiest. If possible, try not to book a move during these times!
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Moving from or around San Diego? If you're loading or unloading in a nearby neighborhood, don't worry. Our movers also cover the areas below.
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