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Moving to and from Dallas, Texas with Long Distance Moving Experts

Have you decided to take a huge step in your life and move to another state? Have you considered moving to Dallas, Texas? Since this is an important decision, we’re sure you’ve thought it through and you’re happy about your choice. And you should be – Dallas is a wonderful city with a lot to offer. But, what you may not be that happy about is the intricate and time-consuming relocation process. We completely understand you – this is the tiresome part of your great change, but, the good news is, we are here to help you. When you hire Long Distance Moving Experts to take care of your relocation, you can be sure everything will go smoothly, as we are a reliable long distance moving company with years of experience in the business.
What’s important to know is that Long Distance Moving Experts provide you with a wide array of moving services, and, more importantly, we guarantee both the high quality and affordable prices of our services. Some of them include residential moving, packing and unpacking, storage services, budget moving, car shipping (nationwide auto transport, exotic car transport, auto truck transport, enclosed auto transport etc.) and many others. Once you decide to move to Dallas, contact our representatives and ask for the full list of services we offer and any other additional information you might need. Give us a ring anytime you want, we are at your disposal any time of the day.
Finding professional help that can make your relocation possible is the first thing you need to do when you start planning this huge step. Since you now don’t have to look for a moving company anymore (you have found us!), you can relax for a while and read on to learn a little bit more about the city that you are about to call home – Dallas, Texas.

Dallas is one of the most important cities in the U.S. state of Texas. It is home to 1,317,929 people, which makes it the third most populous city in the state (right after Houston and San Antonio) and it ranks as the ninth-most populous in the country. The city also serves as the seat of Dallas County.
Dallas was founded in 1841 and it was incorporated as a city soon afterward, in 1856. At first, it was primarily important as the oil and cotton industry center. However, it was not long before the city’s railroad lines contributed to its importance, as well. Dallas continued its development and today it is the largest economic center of Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, which counts as many as 7,246,231 residents. If you want to learn more about the history and development of this wonderful city, you can find more information here.

The Weather in Dallas, Texas

As you probably already know, it is important to see what the weather is like in the city you want to move to, as we’re sure you’d like to be prepared for some significant differences compared to your current town (should there be any). Thus, we have included this section to tell you something about the climate of Dallas. This city experiences humid subtropical climate, which means there are four distinct seasons, none of which is extremely hot/cold, which is the good news for you, right? The summers in Dallas are normally hot and dry, with July and August being the hottest months of the year. The average high temperature during these months is around 36 °C. As for winters, they are usually mild, but you shouldn’t be surprised by occasional moderate snowfalls. The average low temperature during January, the coldest month of the year, usually does not drop below 3 °C. Both spring and autumn are mostly mild and pleasant.

Where to live in Dallas, Texas

If you still haven’t chosen the neighborhood of Dallas that you want to move to, it’s high time you did that. To save you the trouble of searching the Internet, we have created a list of a couple of neighborhoods that you should consider before you make up your mind. Take a look, perhaps one of these is the perfect choice for you.
East Dallas:
– Casa View – this is a wonderful residential neighborhood which would be an excellent choice if you’re moving to Dallas with your family. Read more about it here.
– Eastwood – Eastwood is another residential neighborhood which offers numerous opportunities for recreation and spending time in nature. Find out more about the amenities it offers here .
Downtown Dallas:
– Design District – Design District is located only two miles northwest of downtown. It was once known as the industrial hub of the city, but today it is best known for a large number of art galleries it is home to. Click here  and see what else this neighborhood has to offer.
– Deep Ellum – this neighborhood has a wonderful culture and exciting nightlife. Of course, there’s much more than that and you can read about the rest of the things Deep Ellum offers here. 

What to do in Dallas, Texas

Once you decide to move to another city, you immediately start thinking about exploring that city and visiting all the amazing places it boasts, so we’re sure you can’t wait to see all the must-visit attractions Dallas is home to. To help you plan your sightseeing, we have prepared a short list of a couple of important places you should visit once you move there.

– Dallas Museum of Art
– Nasher Sculpture Center
– Klyde Warren Park 
– White Rock Lake
– Dallas Zoo

If you are completely sure about your decision to move to Dallas, Texas, all you need to do is call Long Distance Moving Experts and set the moving day. Our professional movers and helpers will be there to help you with anything you need, so don’t waste your time, but give us a ring and let the best moving company take care of your relocation.

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