Electronics and Computer Moving Services for Businesses in Los Angeles, CA

Are you in need of a reliable computer movers company that can assist in moving your computers or electronics in Los Angeles? Then look no further because The Commercial Movers are here to help. We are very aware of your valuable assets and equipment and therefore we provide an unparalleled level of care, treating them as if they were our own. Established in 2009, our company has since been acquiring enormous experience. This is especially true when it comes to moving different computer systems and electrical devices. This is for any business in varying companies. We are very proud to say that you will not be able to find the same level of service that we can offer your business.

 

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Having skilled people who cater to commercial moves, they are experts when it comes to transferring electrical devices for Los Angeles clients. We can guarantee that your high-end devices will get the care that it deserves while being transferred from the old office to the new one. Additionally, our crews in commercial moving only drive top quality trucks built with features that help safely facilitate smooth relocation.

 

* For flawless loading and unloading of equipment, we will use lift gates.

* To prevent the electronics from being jostled during transport, air ride suspension will employ.

*To make sure electronics are not at risk to a sudden shift of temperatures, climate controls are provided.

* To keep track of your belongings, there will be GPS tracking that you can monitor. The Commercial Movers can help in almost all aspects of commercial moving, regardless of whether it is local or long distance. This may include the disassembly and reassembly of office equipment, inventory of assets, safe storage and much more.

To get additional information about computer moving services that we offer, please contact us anytime.

We’d like to ensure that your computers will be transported safely. If you’re still worried, make sure you back up your data. Before you begin the packing process, make sure to back up in several locations as a precaution.  You may also consider moving the computers under your own supervision if you are concerned. 

Please take into account that if you personally move a computer, you will be responsible for your own supervision.

 

Pack It Like a Manufacturer Would

If you plan on packing your computer on your own, you need to remember how companies like Lenovo or Dell pack them when they are sold. Keep in mind how you received the computer when it was shipped to you. How did they wrap and cushion it? What was the possible size of the box they used? You may need bubble wrap, packing paper, and any other cushion to ensure everything packed securely. Cushions and padding must surround the equipment while in the box. In the video above, you will see the best way to pack mid-tower with peripherals. This is by using packing materials that you may already have. When your PC is custom built, you should locate a box that can perfectly fit the size of the case.

Best Way to Do This?

Use the original computer boxes if you kept it or locate another actual box of a computer if possible. You may find one in your office. You may want to inquire from one of your IT department staff about it. You may even ask friends and families if they have one. The sides should be reinforced and sealed with tape. The PC must be cushioned accordingly so as to travel well. Styrofoam inserts can also be used effectively. This could cut and be used to fit the system to keep it in place as you travel.

If space is still available, put your keyboard, mouse, headset, and other equipment in the same box. Of course, proper cushioning must be inserted. Putting labels on the cables and wrapping each with bubble wrap may also be necessary. Several moving companies sell anti-static bags and computer boxes. You may no longer need such supplies, but it will definitely add up to further securing your devices. In terms of protection, when you will rely on movers, be sure that you get insurance for your devices and do not forget to ensure your computer.


For those with experience in disassembling PC’s and other customized rigs, it specialized movers can be the best option to take when moving. Simply rebuilding on the new location can ensure that all pieces will be handled securely, no matter how small. For others, this may appear like a huge task. However, this method can be the best way to protect the essential components of the PC like its processor, motherboard, and such equipment. If you choose to move this way, ensure to use anti-static bags and ensure safe wrapping practices by using bubble wrap and other cushions. It can be lots of work yet can also be quite fun for some to rebuild the computer on their own. With us, there is no need to worry about damaging the computer and losing small pieces in the case. By following through with a thorough packing and labeling job, you are less likely to experience any trouble during your move.

 

How to Use Computer Equipment Movers: The Complete Guide

Assembling your computer from scratch can give you the best machine to meet your needs.

If you are not familiar with the relocation process or you need to use it immediately, you may want to remove the essential components. Keep components such as your hard drive inside your bag to ensure that your data is safe and sound. If you want to save on time we can send a crew of IT equipment moves to get it done. 

 

No matter what method you use, always keep in mind to pack your PC with caution. Imagine if you were packing a brand new PC that needs shipping to a customer. You always need to ensure that it will reach the new place safe and sound. Do not overlook the benefit you can get when you use bubble wraps, cushions, pads, foam inserts and others. If you think it needs more, add a little more. After all, you will be the one who will reap its benefit in the end. Computer equipment storage is a possibility in our Los Angeles warehouse for short or long term at a cost effective price.

 

Do you have an in-house server you need to be moved or stored? We want to be the company to move and store your servers. Entrust us with your moving needs, as we specialize in computer relocation services.

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Lina Acer 1 year, 8 months ago

If I have many computers, do you use a third party IT company or should I have my employees unplug them? We're based in Irvine California and want to move our offices to Marina Del Ray.

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TCM Support 1 year, 8 months ago

Hello Lina,
Thank you for the question about your computers. If you want us to move your computers we can do it ourselves or have a third party IT company assist us with the move and provide that service. If you have more than 50 employees you should probably order an on-site estimate where one of our representatives can walk your facility and give you an accurate quote. You can also have your employees unplug their computers and place the plugs and boards into an anti-static bag. We can provide these anti-static bag which are essential when you are moving computers and office equipment. The bubble we use is also anti-static. Please contact our office directly if you have any more questions.

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Alexis 1 year, 7 months ago

Hey. We have really big servers that need to be moved? Is this something your company would be able to take care of? We also have a lot of wiring and over 100 computers that need to be packed and moved.. Thanks in advance.

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TCM Support 1 year, 7 months ago

Hi Alexis,

We can definitely take care of the servers for you. What I would suggest is to send one of our onsite estimators to your business to take a look, that way we'll be able to determine how many men you'll need to complete the job and what type of wiring the servers have. Please feel free to contact our office if you have any other questions or if you'd like to set up an onsite estimate. Thank you.

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Ronald Perkins 1 year, 5 months ago

Hello, I have a large Seattle office I am getting ready to move, I have placed myself in charge of this task and am wondering if there are any kind of special certifications a moving company should have to show that it can handle IT equipment. Should I ask to speak with someone specific on the phone about highly technical moves? Can the Commercial Movers do this?

I will check back tomorrow to see if you have responded and decide.

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TCM Support 1 year, 4 months ago

Yes IT is our specialty. Computer Moving is to be booked in advance due to the fact that we send special technicians to connect and disconnect computers. We can travel to any State to do a move but the move must be communicated in advance to our office on what your needs are. Looking forward to speaking to you soon Ronald.

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Jason Gall 1 year, 2 months ago

How do you pack your computer before having movers ship it for you? Is there a specific way movers handle computer moving? I just want to make sure the computer is still working when I have it moved to my new location.

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TCM Support 10 months, 4 weeks ago

We pack all our computers using bubble wrapping and cardboard to make sure they are tightly secured and not moving while in the truck. The bubble wrap will prevent the computers from scratching each other, especially the monitors. We make sure all computers are working fine when set up in their new location by setting up the computers and checking that they are working fine.

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Nike Matias 11 months ago

What do you recommend we do when we want to pack servers for shipping? Would servers be to heavy if there were hard drives installed on them or would that be fine? Would moving companies be able to provide the correct packaging for our servers to make sure nothing gets damaged while moving them? I'll make sure to back up the data before the move but our I'll appreciate it if our servers will still be working after a move. Also, since monitors are very fragile, should we package them a certain way as well? Thanks!

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TCM Support 10 months, 4 weeks ago

Hey Nike,

We recommend that you separate each server and wrap them each in bubble wrap followed by a cardboard box. Movers will usually do this job for you but make sure to call them first before you decide to move with them. We also recommend that you do this with your monitors as well as you don't want to get them scratched or shattered in the truck.

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Devon Walengren 10 months, 2 weeks ago

Hey TCM!

I'm getting ready to move my office, and I have around 15 desktops and monitors that need to be moved. I was just wondering how I could pack the equipment so it is safe during the move? I would like to save as much space as possible though. Also, if you have any knowledge to share regarding how I could organize all of my wires so they don't get tangled up in the boxes, please share!

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TCM Support 10 months ago

Hello Devon. We recommend that you wrap all of your items in bubble wrap and place them in study boxes. Keep all of the cables attached to the appropriate machinery and you're all set!

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Scott Pierce 9 months, 1 week ago

Is it safe to use a moving company for computer moving? I'm worried about our computers going missing since we have very high end computers that cost thousands of dollars to build. We would hate for even one of them to go missing. How much care do you take into making sure our electronic equipment is safe? Thanks.

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TCM Support 9 months ago

Hey Scott,

If you are using a moving company for computer moving, we recommend using a mover that deals with office moving. Also make sure to read any reviews of movers you are interested in to see if they had any problems in the past with employees stealing items of customers during a move.

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Martha Raste 9 months, 1 week ago

Our company prides itself on giving the best custom- built computers to our customers, and we are afraid that during the moving process a few may get broken that aren't fully built yet. How do I describe to my clients the steps we are taking to assure that their products will not get broken during the move?

Also, what is the easiest way to pack up a computer that is not fully built? Would it be easier to go ahead and wrap what's already done, or take it apart and start over? I'm asking because, once again, I don't want any of the computers that aren't fully built to get damaged during the move.

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Peter Wheeler 9 months ago

We're moving a few computers to our new office. They're just normal, dell desktops. What is the estimation to properly package and move all of them? (there are only about 10, maybe 12). And would it be easier to move monitors separately from their computers, or package it all together?

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TCM Support 9 months ago

It would probably be more efficient to package it all together so you won't need to pay for two trips or vehicles to transport them.

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Cristina Gross 9 months ago

We're a fairly large company and have alot of computers and other electronics that's needed to be moved. Would it be easier to call an office mover for it all or would it be easier to stick with our original plan with the computer movers? Also, How many backup files would be need before we start to move? Thanks!

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Kathleen Rogers 8 months, 4 weeks ago

First of all, I just want to say that we have used your moving company several times and have never been let down, and I highly recommend you to anyone with commercial moving or computer moving! We're going to be moving yet again and need some computer covers out in the next couple of weeks to start the move. We have several computers that need to be handled with care due to the sensitive nature that were on them. We have already backed up the files just in case, and look forward to hiring your company again for our computer moving needs!

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Ina Morales 8 months, 2 weeks ago

Hi. Does your company also carry electronics that are not specifically computers such as point of sale systems? We have a few point of sale systems in our department and want to know if you would be able to handle transportation of these machines. Thank you.

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Darwin V. 5 months, 1 week ago

Hey TCM! Loved this article on computer moving. Really helped me get my office organized before the movers got here. Moving computers has always been hard for me, because the cables are confusing. However, this page gave me some great info. Thanks again!
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Rosemarie Granadas 3 months, 4 weeks ago

Great article. I run a hardware development company in the Los Angeles area. I know that there is a lot of information about how to move computers online, but I have found very little on how to move other types of computer equipment. I have a lot of hard drives that I'm sure require special care when moving, Is TCM qualified for to move this kind of equipment? May consider using you guys for my upcoming move...

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Parker Medina 3 months ago

Hello The Commercial Movers! I am planning to move my office in a few weeks, and I need help getting my computers ready for the move. Will TCM pack my computers so they are safe and ready for transport?

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