Moving to a new state can be a great adventure. Plan your relocation carefully and use a methodical approach to achieve your goal of moving to new location. Making a smooth transition from your current home to new surroundings is easy enough when you hire safe, inexpensive, and high-quality moving services to help you from the start to the end of moving process. The Long Distance Moving Experts provides our customers the most reliable long-distance moving services in the country.
What part of the moving process is the most difficult? It is, of course, packing. But, why lift a finger when Long Distance Moving Experts can do all the packing for you? We’re experts in packing everything. In addition to this, Long Distance Moving Experts will provide you with the best moving supplies on the market so our fully trained professionals will expertly pack your home, properly wrapping each item with the right materials, utilizing the right size boxes to secure your belongings, tagging each box, and inventorying each item. Our experienced crews will pack even the most fragile items, fine wine collections, rare art, and priceless antiques so you can rest assured that everything will arrive at the desired destination in the same condition you left it.We will place items securely in each box, with the heaviest things on the bottom, and make sure the boxes are close. We won’t overload boxes with too many items because it slows down the process, and makes it impossible to stack boxes in the moving truck. Professional packing services, also, include unpacking, once the relocation is over.
Some of the other services we can offer you are:
– Residential Relocation Services
– Corporate Relocation Services
– Auto Transport Services
– Storage units
It’s time to discover Eugene your new home.
Eugene is the commercial and cultural center for a large agricultural and timber region, as well as an important retail trade and transportation hub in the state of Oregon. The city is located at the southern end of the Willamette Valley, near the confluence of the McKenzie and Willamette Rivers, about 50 miles east of the Oregon Coast.
Home to more than 150,000 people, Eugene is Oregon’s second largest city. It covers approximately 41.5 square miles.
Eugene was incorporated in 1864 and named after its founder, Eugene Franklin Skinner.
As a new resident to the city, you should prepare for mild summers and winters with frequent rain and high humidity. Temperatures are usually moderate throughout the year, with most rainfall occurring from October to May. Winters are warmed by prevailing winds from the southwest, and summers are kept mild and dry by cooling northwestern winds.
On most days in the spring, summer, and fall, a light jacket or sweater will be all you need, especially when temperatures drop in the evening. During the wintertime, plan to dress warmly both day and night On average, there are 155 sunny days per year.
Eugene has 23 recognized safe and livable neighborhood associations. One of the nation’s greenest cities offers a variety of options for all. Which neighborhood will be best for you depends on many factors. Do you care about the age of the house? Do you care about schools or daycare? Do you care if your neighbors are all 19 year olds having big noisy house parties every weekend? Do you want to live near faculty? Do you want to live sustainable? Do you need resources within walking distance? Some of the neighborhoods we suggest are:
-Santa Clara is located on the banks of the Willamette River in northern Eugene. It has a rural feel where growing families can enjoy older farmhouse-style homes with larger lot sizes.
-Bethel-Danebo is a neighborhood of west Eugene. This is a great spot for first-time home buyers with affordable newer homes averaging about $140,000. The community has its own school district, and is near shopping and the airport.
-Whiteaker is home to primarily working class residents. In a town that has traditionally been known for its support for bicycle commuting, Whiteaker is convenient for bike travel.
-Downtown is the heart of Eugene’s culture and economy. Destinations in downtown Eugene are easily accessed by walking, biking or on public transit. Downtown boasts many local eateries, art galleries, shops, the city library, theaters, clubs, and businesses.
Eugene is home to three school districts Bethel School District 52 , Crow-Applegate-Lorane School District 66 and Eugene School District 4j . Alternative public schools include International High School, three foreign language immersion schools French, Spanish and Japanese, and an arts magnet school. Eugene is also served by three private high schools and 15 other private schools.
When it comes to higher learning, Eugene is home to:
The City of Eugene is one of the largest employers in the region. Eugene’s largest industries are wood products manufacturing and recreational vehicle manufacturing. The unemployment rate in Eugene is 5.60%, but future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 38.91%. The city’s top employers are:
Eugene’s slogan is A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors. That means Eugene is noted for its natural environment, recreational opportunities, and focus on the arts. Your To do list has to contain visiting the coast. The whole coastline is full of little spots with unique vibes. Do not miss Saturday Market and the Country Fair. Take your family to Hendricks Park and enjoy in rhododendron garden.
In Eugene, you will also find a lot of performing arts centers, galleries, music and cultural festivals, as well as museums.
So, it’s time to move to Eugene to get out there and enjoy all that our community has to offer! Now, you just need to call Long Distance Moving Experts, a full-service moving company that can manage every single detail of your move from start to finish.
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