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Moving to and from New York State with Long Distance Moving Experts

Are you thinking about moving to New York State? You know, you're ready to move, but where to start? There's lots of packing and organizing. So, be smart and plan ahead, call Long Distance Moving Experts, and let us help you because we are reputable company, licensed for interstate transport. Long Distance Moving Experts is a company which understand that moving can be stressful, so we strive to alleviate that stress with quality service, courtesy and constant professionalism. Whether you need commercial or residential moving support, we design each relocation process to fit the needs of a specific client. We take into consideration all your demands and requests and work around them to make the process of relocation fit your schedule and requirements perfectly. By doing this, we are careful not to compromise the quality of our service or your ultimate satisfaction. We offer services that cover all stages of your residential or commercial relocation. Also, Long Distance Moving Experts will move your vehicle to New York State safely. You can choose among the following services to see which one suits you best:
- Nationwide auto transport
- Enclosed auto transport
- Open auto carriers
- Door-to-door auto transport services
- Auto shipping services
- Exotic car transport

And, that's not all. We also offer storage anytime during your moving experience, so you can take all the time you need and be prepared for the unexpected. Long Distance Moving Experts can provide you safe free storage units for up to thirty days.

The State of New York

Located in the northeastern United States, New York State is the largest of the three Middle Atlantic states and ranks 30th in size among the 50 states. The capital city of the state is Albany. Mainland New York is bordered on the northwest and north by the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, on the east by Vermont , Massachusetts, and Connecticut, on the south by the Atlantic Ocean, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania , and on the west by Pennsylvania and Ontario.
The state is named for the Duke of York and Albany. It is believed that George Washington nicknamed New York the "Empire State" because he believed it would become the "seat of the empire.
New York became the eleventh state when it ratified the Constitution on July 26, 1788. Historically, New York played a major role in immigration to the U.S. as a popular entry point for people traveling from Europe. More than 12 million immigrants passed through the inspection stations on Ellis Island from 1892 until it closed in 1954. Today, New York has the third highest population of any state in the US, thanks largely to the presence of New York City, which has the highest population of any city in the country, with an estimated 19.8 million residents.

Climate in New York State

 New York has a humid continental climate, but there is much variation from region to region. Weather in New York is heavily influenced by two continental air masses, a warm, humid one from the southwest and a cold, dry one from the northwest. New York is generally sunny from May to October, followed by cold winters. Snow is common in the mountains and interior part of the state.

Where to live

There are 62 cities in New York. The largest city in the state and the most populous city in the United States is New York City. Which one could be best for you. It depends on your needs, but below you’ll find some suggestions:
-Schenectady  is located just 20 miles from Albany. The city is also known as "The City that Lights and Hauls the World", a reference to two prominent businesses in the city, the Edison Electric Company and the American locomotive Company.
- Bronxville  is the perfect niche for college students or college graduates looking for a warm, cozy and quiet place to lay their heads.
- Troy  is an urban treasure. The city’s rich history and eclectic energy attract people from across the nation. It offers the convenience and accessibility of urban living with a friendly, small town feel.
- Saratoga Springs  has the lowest sales tax in the state, only 7%. Plus, an unemployment rate of just 6.1 percent.

Economy

If New York State were an independent nation, it would rank as the 12th or 13th largest economy in the world. New York’s economic policy has improved its business climate by encouraging the building of new and expanded corporate facilities and increasing the number of new jobs. However, in many ways New York’s economy is similar to those of the other Northeastern states. The service sector predominates, though manufacturing is also important. Top employers in the state are:
- M&T Bank  
- Stony Brook University  
- New York-Presbyterian Hospital  
- Golub Corp
- Montefiore Medical Center  
- Sutherland Global Services  

Attractions in New York State 

In New York State you will find 4 National Heritage Areas, 27 National Natural Landmarks, 262 National Historic landmarks, and 5,379 listings on the National Register of Historic Places. The state's famous landscape is made up of fertile river valleys, flourishing hills, high mountains, and beautiful lakes.
You should not miss Statue of Liberty , have to walk through the Financial District and Wall Street in New York City , ride a lift up to the observatory on the 86th floor of the Empire State Building . Sail into the spray of mighty Niagara Falls , or take a tour in Erie Canal .
Regardless of the reasons why you chose the State of New York, leave us to organize your relocation, Long Distance Moving Experts is company you can trust. We’ll accommodate you to move you smoothly and safely across the country.

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