We are an affordable local and long distance La Jolla Moving Company. From full-service packing and unpacking to crating services, and self-storage, we have everything needed for a successful La Jolla move. When you need long distance or local La Jolla movers, you can call on the experienced moving team at McCarthy Transfer & Storage. With a long list of moving services for you to choose from, we’ll make your La Jolla move stress free.
While other La Jolla movers are just starting out, McCarthy Transfer & Storage has stood the test of time. Our movers in La Jolla have years of experience in moving can move you safely and efficiently at an affordable move cost.
If you are moving to La Jolla or moving from La Jolla, CA or anywhere in the U.S. from San Diego, McCarthy Transfer & Storage offers you a full range of long diatance and local La Jolla moving services, Packing, Moving, Unpacking, On-site moving, Storage and More!
As experienced Long Distance and Local La Jolla movers, McCarthy Transfer & Storage provides a stress free moving experience. Established in 1919 McCarthy Transfer & has grown to provide moving services from La Jolla to anywhere in the world. McCarthy Transfer & Storage is a family owned moving company that provides La Jolla 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, La Jolla moving customers know that we will have the expertise needed to provide a first class moving experience.
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Visually dramatic, La Jolla is defined by its rugged coastline of ocean bluffs, sea caves, and beaches. Steep canyons and hillsides culminate at the highest point, the scenic outlook on Mount Soledad the site of a World War II memorial. Some say the name La Jolla was derived from the Native American name for “Cave”. Artifacts found in the area indicate the presence of the Cahuilla tribe in a settlement near the shores over 3000 years ago. Others contend that it is a version of “la joya” the Spanish name for jewel.