We cover the entirety of the East coast. Everything east of the Mississippi River is in our range, but we specialize in moves to Florida, the Carolina’s and along the coast.
As stressful as moving in general is, interstate moving is a whole new level of stressful. There’s so much to plan for already, and the long drive, or flying to a location you’re completely new to is difficult. Let us take a load off your mind and back. We can help you make the most of your move to a new state and new chapter in your life.
Whether you’re moving for work, family, or just for a change in scenery, moving to a new state is a big decision to make, and we want to make that as easy on you as possible, so here’s a bit of an idea of what to expect and plan for when moving to a new state!
Let’s start with the fun things! When you move to a new state, you’re going to meet a whole different set of people from what you’re used to. So it’s a great way to expand your horizons and open up your bubble and learn from others!
Even if you’re moving to a place that isn’t known particularly well for its landmarks, all of the states in the country have something unique about them. Want to know what they are? Then scout around! Make a time of visiting new places before you settle into a routine and find your niche.
Different states have different work expectations and different types of work. As a result, moving states is a great way to shake up your career and show to future employers that you’re willing to make a move for something you’re passionate about.
The obvious one – different states have completely different atmospheres and cultures. Compare New York State to Florida – or Maine to Massachusetts – and you’ll find a lot of little things that make each of them special.
Here’s the really fun one – food. If you live in Rochester, you know about the Garbage Plate. If you live in New York State, you know about the Buffalo Wing or the New York Style Pizza. This is true about every state – every city, even – they all have food that will blow your mind if you look around hard enough.
Here’s something a little more on the business side of things. New taxes are something to expect – sometimes higher, sometimes lower, always different. This is definitely something to get used to.
Did you know that in New Jersey, you have to have your gas pumped by a gas station attendant? We’re not joking, it’s actually illegal to pump your own gas, 24 hours a day. Sounds silly if you’re from Rochester, or – well – anywhere else, pretty much, but it’s true!
There’s so much more, but we hope we gave you a nice little glimpse into the future you’re planning for! Start off on a good foot and get some help in your big move – call us for a free estimate, today!