Los Angeles » Local Moving » Business Profile

A & A Moving Company

Category: Movers
12758 Emelita Street
Valley Village, CA 91607
(800) 349-5000

In business since: 1986

Pay with:   Check Cash

Local Moves: Rates
2 movers + truck
3 movers + truck
4 movers + truck
Minimum hours for a move

Indicates the minimum number of hours for local moves. For instance, if the minimum number of hours for a mover is 3 and the mover completes a move in 2 hours, they will bill for 3 hours.


Minimum cost

This the minimum total cost for a move with the assistance of 2 movers and a truck. This cost is calculated by multiplying the min. hours by the hourly rate for 2 movers & a truck.


Labor Only Moves: Rates
Services Included in Rates

Indicates whether hourly rates include packing and unpacking services.

Furniture blankets

Plastic wrap

Furniture disassembly/reassembly

Indicated whether movers will disassemble and reassemble your furniture for the hourly rates listed.



Wardrobe boxes

Extra Fees
Flat fee/trip fee

Indicates whether any flat fee is applied to moves in addition to the hourly rates.

Mileage/fuel fee

Indicates whether mileage or fuel fees apply in addition to the hourly rates listed.


Miles are free up to

Often, movers who charge extra for mileage will waive the mileage charge for some number of initial miles.

Cargo insurance

Indicates whether cargo insurance is available to cover any potential damage the movers may cause to the items you are moving.


Cargo insurance coverage limit

Indicates the limit of any cargo insurance coverage included in the hourly rates.

Elevator carry

If you are moving to or from a walk up/high-rise, some movers charge an additional fee for moves that require use of an elevator.

Flight charge

This is a fee some movers charge for moves that require them to move up/down flights of stairs.

Calculation of Hours
Time starts when:

Indicates when the movers begin the clock to calculate hourly rates.

Movers arrive

Time ends when:

Indicates when the movers stop the clock on hourly rates.

Truck emptied & cleaned

Hourly increments

Once the minimum number of hours for a move had been exceeded, these are the smallest increments of time by which additional hourly work is billed.


Driving time

Driving time refers to the time the movers spend driving from your old location with a loaded truck to the your new location. Some movers my charge a multiple of the hourly rate, e.g. double time, when driving.

Moving Trucks
Number of trucks owned

Number of trucks owned by the moving company

Truck size(s): Length

Trucks available for distance moves

Indicates whether the company uses its own interstate trucks, or those of subcontractors for long distance moves

State mover's licence

Most state require movers of household goods to obtain a liscense with the state public service commission (or equivalent regulatory body). Licensed, professional movers must comply with the rules and regulations for handling and moving your property. Unlicensed movers operate outside the law, and they may provide little protection for loss or damage to your property -- or none at all.


In-home estimate cost

Indicates whether moving company will provide in-home/on-site visual estimates


Offer written estimates

Offer binding estimates

Indicates whether moving company offers binding estimates in writing.

Scheduling Moves
Weekday appointments

Saturday appointments

Sunday appointments

Moving Services Offered

Office moves


Local moves

Long distance

Packing services


Large/Heavy Items
Appliance service

This is a fee some movers charge to disconnect and reconnect major appliances, e.g. refrigerators, washer, dryer, stoves during a move.

Projection TV

Flat screen TV

Upright piano

Baby grand piano

Pool table

Business Details
Service area

Employees vs. contractors

Indicates whether the movers are employees of or contractors hired by the moving company.

Employee screening

Indicates whether new employees are screened, e.g. criminal background checks.

Current business license

Indicates whether the service provider has a current business license.

Current general liability insurance

The service providers you hire should carry both general liability & workers compensation insurance. If the service provider damages your property or harms you or someone else, their liability insurance should cover the cost of these damages. This insurance can be expensive and some service providers may be tempted to avoid the expense by letting insurance lapse. Since insurance can expire or be cancelled, you should always verify this information yourself.

Current worker comp. insurance

The service providers you hire should carry both general liability & workers compensation insurance, which provides for workers medical bills and lost wages if they happen to be injured on the job. This insurance can be quite expensive, particularly for high-risk occupations. Some businesses may be tempted to avoid the expense by letting insurance lapse. For this reason, you should always verify that the service provider has a current insurance policy.


Better Business Bureau member

Indicates whether the business is a current member of the Better Business Bureau


American Moving & Storage Association member

Home  |  Service Categories  |  Business Owners  |  About Us  |  Articles  |  Blog
Use of this site is subject to express Terms of Service. By continuing past this page, you agree to abide by these terms.
Copyright © 2008-2016 LocalPrice