Skinny Wimp Moving Co. is National City's premier movers. We know the people of National City take great pride in their community and we enjoy keeping up and exceeding with such great standards.
Skinny Wimp Moving Co offers full service and long distance moves, piano moves, packing and portable storage loading at low rates, with fast friendly service by our experienced professional movers. Remember, Skinny Wimp movers always hustle when not carrying your items. This saves you time and money!! Please consider us for your move in National City. Call today for a free 3 minute over the phone quote. I promise you won't regret it. See below for a little information on National City.
National City is just 15 minutes away from the US/Mexico Border and it is bounded by San Diego to the north and northeast, Bonita to the southeast and Chula Vista to the south across the Sweetwater River.
Frank Kimball first brought novelty and change to the area by building his personal residence. His home included a bathtub as well as hot, running water, making it the first modern house in the entire county. However, it was more than his personal innovative endeavors that allowed the region to flourish. By constructing the first roads and railroad in what is now National City, Frank and his brothers most notably were responsible for introducing modern transportation to the residents of the community. The brothers also implemented the area's first post office and a wharf for sea-bound imports and exports. These large ventures, coupled with smaller personal missions both contributed to the overall goal of creating a community unparalleled to the times. A lasting mark of the Kimballs were the trees they imported and planted from Europe and Asia, accomplished via a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. These trees can be found dotted throughout the city to this very day. It was the passion and influence of the Kimballs as well as other early pioneers that made way for the city's incorporation on September 17, 1887.
Now with tourism being a major industry in San Diego County, in January 2012, the National City Chamber of Commerce and National City lodging businesses formed the National City Tourism Marketing District as a benefit assessment district to help fund marketing and sales promotion efforts for city lodging businesses. The NCTMD includes all lodging business (hotels, motels and inns), existing and in the future, available for public occupancy located within the city limits boundaries.
Some points of interest include the National City Mile of Cars is recognized as one of the first "auto malls" in the world. Also, the National City's three-mile port area along the San Diego Bay is part of the Naval Base San Diego, the largest U.S. Naval base on the west coast.The National City California Southern Railroad Depot, built in 1882, served as the first Pacific Coast terminus station of the Santa Fe Railway system's transcontinental railroad. The station was the West Coast general office and figured prominently in Santa Fe's effort to break the economic and transportation monopoly of California held by the Central/Southern Pacific Railroads. The first transcontinental trains arrived in November 1885, resulting in one of the largest land booms in the history of California. Of the original five transcontinental railroad terminus stations, this unique Italianate designed station is the lone survivor.
With so many things to do, you have no need to stress over you future move, especially when you can have Skinny Wimp Moving Co and its professionally trained movers do the hard work for you. With all the experience we have moving people from, to and within National City, we guaranteed you'll be nothing more than 100% satisfied with our moving services. As an affordable moving company, we treat you to the best quality moving services, including packing services, and customer support before, during and after the move to ensure you are completely happy with you experience.