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Moving Long Distance - Connecticut
Looking for a Connecticut Moving Company that can provide you with the best moving rates for your Long Distance Move, then Tri State Van lines is here to handle your move! We are constantly growing our services in order to answer all of your long distance move needs! Licensed, insured
Tri State Van Lines Professional movers that are fully equipped to handle your next move with care, where ever you're moving.
If your pick up state is Connecticut we have storage facilities which suit your belongings with first rate insurance and secured storage.
We're aware that finding affordable and reliable New Jersey residential movers can be a difficult and put added stress on your state to state move that's where we 're coming in. We make things easier for you by providing you with complete full service for your relocation.
Relocation brings with them a handful of challenges that can be stressful for you and your family, Tri State Van Lines is the right long distance moving company for you for a new fresh start in a new state. We take pride in being one of New York Metropolitan area best and affordable long distance moving company Let us make your move one of the easiest parts of the relocation. We are interstate movers and we are what you're looking for, full service moving company, packing services, special furniture movers, in home estimate, insurance, auto transport and more...
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Relocation Information - Connecticut State Area
Connecticut state located in the New England region of the northeastern United States. The state borders Rhode Island to the east, Massachusetts to the north, New York to the west, and because various islands of New York span Connecticut's entire coast, New York as well to the south. Connecticut was officially nicknamed 'The Constitution State' by the Connecticut General Assembly in 1959. Connecticut enjoyed a great measure of political independence, proclaiming in its Fundamental Orders of 1639 a democratic principle of government based on the will of the people. These Fundamental Orders are said to have been the first written Constitution of a democratic government; that’s why Connecticut today is nicknamed "The Constitution State." Connecticut state has many colonial villages which are filled with historic homes and landmarks. There are a lot of opportunities to enjoy yourself and the great outdoors in Connecticut with golf courses, boating, fishing and swimming. The most popular attractions of the state are the Mystic Seaport and the nearby Mystic Aquarium.
The state has many new urban skylines, shoreline beaches, historic village greens and colonial churches. The state is also a thriving center for business and a booming tourism industry.
Industries: First revolver was produced in Connecticut in 1836 The state of Connecticut derives most of its economy from various industries. The textile industry, silverware, sewing machines and watches and clocks are among Connecticut’s most historic manufacturing sectors. The principle industries of the state produce jet engines, parts, electronics and electrical machinery, computer equipment and helicopters. Some of the equipment, such as firearms and ammunition, which were first produced at the time of the American Revolution, are still made even today. The state’s top five agricultural products are greenhouse and nursery products, dairy products chicken eggs and sweet corn. Finance, insurance, and real estate are the largest industries in Connecticut with Hartford as an insurance center. Private health care, engineering and law firms, computer and data processing services also play a major role in the economy of Connecticut.
Employment Statistics: As of early 2012, the state of Connecticut had an unemployment rate of 7.7 percent, which is lower than the national average of 8.2 percent. (Link: Connecticut Department of Labor)
Average Income: The median household income in the state of Connecticut is $67,740, while the average per capita income for the state is $36,775.
State Capital: Hartford - From 1703 to 1875, Connecticut had two capitals; sessions of the General Assembly met alternately in Hartford and New Haven. Since then, the capital has been Hartford.
Largest Cities: Bridgeport, Hartford, Stamford, New Haven, Danbury, Waterbury, Norwalk, New Britain
National Parks: Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National, Heritage Corridor Weir Farm National Historic Site
Major Airports: Bradley International Airport, Tweed New Haven Regional Airport
Connecticut Climate: The summer temperatures are comparatively uniform in the state of Connecticut. Most of the state has an average July minimum temperature within a degree or two of 60F, while they will often climb upwards of 80 or 85 degrees at the highest point. The climate of Connecticut exhibits an equal distribution of precipitation. There is a considerable diversity of weather in the state for short periods of time. There is a great contrast in the weather during the winter season, and there are about 140 cloudy days that occur per year and a heavy dense fog is observed on an average of 25 days a year. Heavy fog is common during the late winter. (Link: Connecticut Weather)
Real Estate: Connecticut got the first State House in America, built after the Federal Constitution ratification (1788) The average listing price for homes in Connecticut is $578,611, while the median sales price is just over $260,000. The Connecticut Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Connecticut.
Moving and Storage: : If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. (Link: Connecticut State Moving Resource Page)
Schools: The Connecticut state Department of Education is the administrative arm of the state educational system. The students of Connecticut are given equal opportunity and excellence in education which is based on assessment, data analysis, evaluation, planning, research, curriculum, leadership and other assistance. The Department of Education of Connecticut also operates the technical high school system. First medical diploma in USA was granted by Yale University in 1729. There are a lot of programs available for students who are moving to Connecticut, whether it is in the elementary school, middle school, or high school level. In addition, the campuses of the University of Connecticut, the University of New Haven, and Ivy League school Yale University, the oldest college in the nation, are located in Connecticut. (Link: Connecticut Schools)
Serving Connecticut State Area
Allingtown Brookfield, CT Danielson Enfield, CT Hamden, CT Middlebury, CT North Haven, CT Portland, CT Sherman, CT Terryville, CT West Simsbury Ansonia, CT Brooklyn, CT Darien, CT Essex, CT Hartford, CT Middletown, CT Northford Prospect, CT Simsbury Thomaston, CT West Stafford Avon, CT Buckland, CT Derby, CT Exeter, CT Hebron, CT Milford, CT Norwalk, CT Putnam Heights Somers, CT Tolland, CT Westbrook, CT Beacon Falls Burlington, CT Durham, CT Fairfield, CT Huntington, CT Monroe, CT Norwich, CT Putnam, CT South Glastonbury Torrington, CT Weston, CT Belle Haven, CT Canterbury East Brooklyn, CTFarmington, CTIvorytonMoosupOakdale, CTQuaker HillSouth WindsorTrumbullWestport, CT Berlin, CTCanton, CTEast End, CTFenwick, CTJewett CityMystic, CTOakville, CTRedding, CT Southbury Uncasville Wethersfield, CT Bethel, CT Cheshire, CT East Granby Forbes Village Kent, CT Naugatuck, CT Old Greenwich Ridgefield, CT Southington, CT Upper Stepney Willimantic Bethlehem, CT Chester, CT East Haddam Gales Ferry Killingworth New Britain, CT Old Lyme Riverside, CT Southport, CT Vernon, CT Wilson, CT Bishops Corner Clinton, CT East Hampton, CT Glastonbury Lebanon, CT New Canaan Old Saybrook Rockville, CT Springdale, CT Wallingford, CT Wilton, CT Bissell, CT Colchester, CT East Hartford Glenbrook, CT Ledyard, CT New Fairfield Orange, CT Rocky Hill, CT Stafford Springs Waterbury, CT Winchester, CT Bloomfield, CT Columbia, CT East Haven Glenville, CT Litchfield, CT New Haven, CT Oxford, CT Roxbury, CT Stamford, CT Waterford, CT Windsor Locks Blue Hills Conantville East Lyme Granby, CT Madison, CT New London, CT Pawcatuck Sandy Hook, CT Stonington, CT Watertown, CT Windsor, CT Branford, CT Cos Cob East Willington Greenwich, CT Manchester, CT New Milford, CT Plainfield, CT Saugatuck, CT Storrs Weatogue Wolcott, CT Bridgeport, CTCoventry, CTEast Windsor, CTGriswoldMansfield CenterNewington, CTPlainville, CTSeymour, CTStratford, CTWest HartfordWoodbridge, CT Bristol, CTCromwell, CTEaston, CTGroton, CTMasons Island Newtown, CT Plantsville Sharon, CT Suffield, CT West Haven, CT Woodbury, CT Broad Brook Danbury, CT Ellington, CT Guilford, CT Meriden, CT Niantic, CT Poquonock Bridge Shelton, CT Talcott Village West Redding Woodstock CT