Moving to Trabuco Canyon, California?
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I called two days prior to moving day and they were able to squeeze me in. The local movers were already assigned to jobs in Orange County, so the company was able to pull some gentleman from the Temecula/Murrieta area to make it happen.Isaiah and John were awesome. They were quick, efficient, and had great attitudes. I had a few items like glass table tops that I didn’t have anything to wrap the pieces in ahead of time, and the guys offered a few solutions on how to get those more fragile pieces to the new spot. Everything was transported safely with nothing broken, and when we arrived at my new location, they even helped my roommate move a few of her bigger items, which was super helpful! Highly recommend, great team!
I contemplated in renting a uhaul or hiring student movers. Which is about double the price and very expensive for me as a single mom. It was worth it, due to. Tyler and John, class act on both of their parts. It’s was a smaller move, very difficult in the pouring rain. They were patient with me as I was beyond stressed out. They both worked extremely hard very professional. I would highly recommend them. I come from a service industry so am that much more if a critic I also tipped both of them. Thank you for being such high integrity individuals.
Introducing our Trabuco Canyon Movers
This charming unincorporated community is nestled in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains in eastern Orange County, with parts of it residing in the Cleveland National Forest.
About Trabuco Canyon, California
Over the course of a year, the weather in Trabuco Canyon ranges from 43F to 81F, rarely going below 36F or above 89F, making this a truly desirable area to live. There are many family-friendly areas, including O’Neill Regional Park for picnics, playgrounds & camping, Whiting Ranch Wilderness Park with 17 miles of trails for hiking and biking, and RSM Lake, which has an amphitheater and great local restaurants to choose from.
What makes Trabuco Canyon Unique
There is a story about a Franciscan friar who, while traveling with the Gaspar de Portola Expedition in 1796, lost a blunderbuss (a type of shotgun) in the area. Trabuco is Spanish for blunderbuss, thus the area was named Trabuco Canyon! It is also the site of tin mining in the early 1900’s and the remains from the mining activity include several dams on the creek, an ore-processing stamp mill, and various tunnels into the sides of the canyon (now closed for safety).
Gather your family and friends on the Fourth of July and watch the old-fashioned parade of locals riding horses and pulling home-made floats. Then take them to dine at one of Richard Nixon’s favorite restaurants, the Trabuco Oaks Steak House.
The lovely Trabuco Canyon Community Church welcomes everyone, and in 1942 the renowned author and philosopher Gerald Heard founded the Ramakrishna Mission Monastery on 40 acres. The Ramakrishna Mission Monastery is part of the rich history of the Vedanta Society of Southern California.
Trabuco Canyon, California Stats
- Population: 21,041
- Average Age: 43
- Median Income: $126,704
Experienced Trabuco Canyon Movers
Trabuco Canyon movers consist of a team of experienced and professional students who can pack, load, and transport your cherished belongings to your new home or office. Student Movers provides services in Trabuco Canyon and the surrounding area as well as the entire state of California and beyond. If you’re planning a move, plan to use Student Movers, the best California moving company!
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