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Call the CMSA at (714) 236-2060
The CMSA is a non-profit association that represents nearly 500 movers operating in California. Founded in the early 20th century, the organization provides educational and informative programs for its members.
With a dozen chapters located up and down California, the CMSA provides a great deal of structure and organization to the California moving companies that are part of it.
In order for a moving company to join the CMSA, they must be licensed and insured. In addition to this, they must also agree to a code of ethics, which outlines their pledge to operate honestly, efficiently, and legally.
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Employees of a CMSA company must be trained and highly skilled in order to ensure that the best services are being provided.
In recent years, the CMSA has made an effort to reduce the amount of waste that comes from commercial and residential relocation. They have set up recycling centers, where consumers can safely recycle old electronics, as well as glass, paper, and plastic products. These recycling centers are located inside CMSA member facilities. These recycling facilities are available to customers at no cost, which is a good thing, considering how much moving costs these days.
The CMSA has also made attempts to bring new life to the cities around its member facilities, with an understanding that good business cannot be conducted in an unfit atmosphere. Group efforts have been made to develop education and community programs to ensure that California communities thrive. The organization has also made donations to charitable organizations in communities where it is needed most.
People wishing to relocate within the state of California should choose a CMSA-approved company to ensure that they are getting the best service possible.