Our life has been very dynamic in recent years. We are forced to move from one office to another, from a house to an apartment, or vice versa. And in the course of any move, we face various difficulties that greatly overshadow this process. Personal belongings, furniture, household appliances, documents – all this needs to be compactly packed, loaded, transported, unloaded. Not every person has such physical capabilities. Therefore, moving to San Mateo is a colossal stress for many people. Since modern life is already full of worries, a professional moving company can minimize at least the possible ones.
A few options to minimize the impact on the nervous system due to the upcoming move.
If you have the physical ability and desire to organize the move to San Mateo on your own, then this, of course, is real. Still, it is worth enlisting the support of friends or family. An additional advantage will be that you have a small truck or at least a trailer for your car. Then you can also save on the services of a transport company.
The second option is to receive a partial assistance in organizing an office move to San Mateo. This means that you pack everything yourself or with help friends/relatives. And then you order a truck with loaders and move safely, without spending excessive physical strength.
The last and the most reliable option is to hire professionals! Global Gentle Movers will carefully and accurately pack everything and deliver it to your destination in the shortest time possible. What is the main advantage of moving company services? It lies precisely in the correct packing of things. So that later you do not find cracks on furniture, chips on glass, dishes, mirrors, missing documents and other related troubles.
We guarantee that our specialists are responsible for their work. Global Gentle Movers staff consists of packers, furniture assemblers, drivers. Each of us does his own thing.
Some interesting information about San Mateo
San Mateo is a city in the state of California (USA) in the San Francisco Bay Area. With a population of 103,520 (October 2021). It is one of the largest suburbs on the San Francisco Peninsula. San Mateo was founded in 1864 on the site of two ranches – Rancho de las Pulgas and Rancho San Mateo, which were built on the territory of modern San Mateo in the 13th century. San Mateo is located in the district of the same name in the South of which Silicon Valley begins.
The San Mateo Japanese Garden
The area of this garden is small, but it is made with great love and is maintained in exemplary order with great care. You can find many local immigrants from Japan who come to meditate in the quiet of the garden, accompanied by the murmur of a stream. Cleanliness everywhere.
Sawyer Camp Trail
This is the place for true lovers of outdoor activities! Beautiful paved walk along the lake. The only problem could be that it is really crowded on weekend. There are a lot of families, runners, and bikers. But it is a wonderful place to get away from the hussle and bussle of the area.
It is a great place for a hike too. Really nice clean area with beautiful views. Very clean and safe place. It is especially wonderful on warm summer days!
Cable TV and Internet: Wave Broadband, Phone +1 866-928-3123, Address: 2841 S El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA 94403, Web Address: https://residential.wavebroadband.com/
Electricity: Itron Inc, Phone: +1 650-312-7391, Address 1840 Gateway Dr # 300, San Mateo, CA 94404, Web Address: https://www.itron.com/
Water: California Water Service Co, Phone: +1 650-558-7800, Address: 341 N Delaware St, San Mateo, CA 94401, Web Address: https://www.calwater.com/
Trash Services: BAY JUNK, Phone +1 650-241-0992, Address: 211 Elm St 302, San Mateo, CA 94401, Web Address: https://www.bayjunk.com/
Police Department: San Mateo Police Department, Phone: +1 650-522-7700, Address: 200 Franklin Pkwy, San Mateo, CA 94403, Web Address: https://www.cityofsanmateo.org/273/Police
The San Mateo Japanese Garden: Address: 50 E 5th Ave, San Mateo, CA 94401, Phone: +1 650-522-7490, Web Address: https://www.cityofsanmateo.org/3319/Central-Park-Japanese-Garden