We are your Local El Cajon Movers. Located in El Cajon, California, McCarthy Transfer & Storage has been moving the residents of East County since 1919 and can move your family or business down the street, across the country, or around the world never straying from the quality service you deserve.
McCarthy Transfer & Storage provides El Cajon residents full service residential and commercial moving services to all of San Diego County. As a local El Cajon moving company, we offer a wide range of services to our customers from assisting with packing to moving and storage services. Whether moving around the corner in El Cajon or across San Diego, our regional fleet of highly trained drivers and crews can move you safely and efficiently at a budget conscious price.
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As experienced long distance and local El Cajon movers, McCarthy Transfer & Storage provides a stress free moving experience. If you are moving to El Cajon, moving from El Cajon, CA or anywhere in the U.S., McCarthy Transfer & Storage offers you a full range of moving services, Packing, Moving, Unpacking, On-site moving, Storage and More!
Established in 1919 McCarthy Transfer & has grown to provide moving services from El Cajon to anywhere in the world. McCarthy Transfer & Storage is a family owned moving company that provides El Cajon residents every type of moving service – local, long distance, international and secure storage. Our experienced movers can move your family or business down the street, across the country, or around the world never straying from the quality service you deserve.
With over 93 years of experience in the moving industry, El Cajon moving customers know that we will have the expertise needed to provide a first class moving experience.
From its early Spanish beginnings, El Cajon, which in Spanish means large box, found use as pasturage for cattle and cultivation of grapes and barley by the padres of the Mission San Diego de Alcala. After the Mexican Government secularized the land, Governor Pio Pico granted the El Cajon Rancho to Donna María Estudillo Pedrorena. By 1868, Issac Lankershim, a San Francisco businessman, purchased most of the valley for $1.00 per acre, and opened it for settlement the next year.
Today, El Cajon is a thriving community just 15 minutes to the heart of San Diego. It offers a diverse cultural community with an average temperature of 64 degrees with clear, sunny blue skies but has devilishly hot summers. The annual Mother Goose Parade is held the Sunday before Thanksgiving in El Cajon. Residents of El Cajon live in a bedroom community with a life of its own.
El Cajon Historical Society – The Knox House Museum built in 1876 near what is now the southwest corner of Main Street and Magnolia Ave in El Cajon, CA
El Cajon School District – information on the Cajon Valley School District
City of El Cajon – official City of El Cajon web site
East County Gazette – check out the local newspaper for East County for local news, events and great coupons for local businesses.