Moving Long Distance - Maryland
Looking for a Maryland 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
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If your pick up state is Maryland we have storage facilities which suit your belongings with first rate insurance and secured storage.
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Maryland State Area Code Map
Relocation Information - Maryland State Area
Maryland is an ecologically diverse state and also supports a lot of wildlife species. Baltimore is named after Cecil Calvert who received the Maryland Colony from King Charles I. His title was “Lord Baltimore.”Maryland is the only state in the United States whose judges wear red robes. The history of the land dates back all the way to 10,000 BC, but the people who gave the state its name did not show until 1632. Maryland has a diverse topography which provides every visitor varieties of recreation from skiing to ocean fishing, and the fact that anywhere in Maryland is a short drive away from the cities of Baltimore, Washington DC and Philadelphia, provides just the right amount of urban influence. Maryland was the 7th state in the United States of America. Major bodies of water within this U.S. state include the Susquehanna River, Potomac River, Patapsco River and Patuxent River as well as Prettyboy Reservoir, Loch Raven Reservoir, Deep Creek Lake and Lake Oakland.
Industries: The top five agricultural products grown in Maryland in terms of revenue generated are broilers, greenhouse and nursery products, dairy products, corn for grain, and soybeans. Livestock products make up the bulk of revenue generated from agriculture and comprise most of Maryland’s farm income. The most important manufactured products in Maryland are computers and electronic products followed by food processing and chemical production. Maryland has many service sectors such as finance, insurance and healthcare and Baltimore is one of the leading financial centers in the eastern United States.
Average Income: The median household income in the state of Maryland is $55,774, while the average per capita income for the state is $49,070.
State Capital: Annapolis
Largest Cities: Baltimore, Columbia, Germantown, Silver Spring, Waldorf, Glen Burnie, Bethesda
National Parks: Antietam National Battlefield, Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail, Catoctin Mountain National Park, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Park, Fort Washington, Fort Foote, Fort McHenry Monument, Glen Echo National Park, Greenbelt National Park
Major Airports: Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Hagerstown Regional Airport, Salisbury-Ocean City-Wicomico Regional Airport
Maryland Climate:The average annual temperature in Maryland is 55.1 degrees Fahrenheit. The highest temperatures occur during the month of July and the lowest temperatures occur during the month of January, which is the coldest month. The coastal region of the state near Baltimore tends to be humid during the summer months and temperatures can routinely reach the mid-90s. Since 1871, the highest recorded annual average temperature so far was 59.2 degrees in 1931. The lowest temperature recorded so far is 52.6 degrees in 1904. ( Link:Maryland Weather)
Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Maryland is $395,201, while the median sales price is just over $320,000. The Maryland Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Maryland.
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
Schools: For the fourth straight year, Maryland’s public education system has received two No. 1 rankings in the nation, one from Education Week and the other from College Board. It is necessary to have a strong state education system; a strong state education is always useful in building a strong state economy. Maryland is a place where one can have a high quality of education. There are a lot of options available for everyone to receive a great education from public and private elementary, middle and high schools, to one of the many great universities in Maryland like the University of Maryland, Towson University, the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, and Johns Hopkins, one of the most prestigious and well-known medical universities in the world. ( Link: Maryland Schools)
Serving Maryland State Area
Aberdeen, MD Cheverly, MD Elkridge, MD Hagerstown, MD Marlboro, MD Palmer Park, MD South Bowie, MD Abingdon, MD Chevy Chase, MD Elkton, MD Halethorpe, MD Mcdonogh RunParkville, MD Suitland, MD Annapolis, MD Chillum, MD Ellicott City, MD Hampden, MD Middle River, MD Pasadena, MDSykesville, MD Arnold, MD Clinton, MD Essex, MD Hanover, MD Millersville, MD Perry Hall, MD Takoma Park, MD Baltimore, MD Cockeysville, MD Fairmount Heights, MD Havre De Grace, MD Mitchellville, MD Pikesville, MD Temple Hills, MD Bel Air, MD Colesville, MD Forest Heights, MD Highlandtown, MD Montgomery Village, MD Potomac, MD Towson, MD Beltsville College Park, MDForestville, MDHyattsville, MDMontpelier, MDRandallstown, MDUpper Marlboro, MD Bethesda, MDColumbia, MDFort Washington, MDJessup, MDMount Airy, MDReisterstown, MDWaldorf, MD Bladensburg, MDCrofton, MDFrederick, MD Landover, MD Mt Washington, MD Rockville, MD Waverly, MD Bowie, MD Cumberland, MD Gaithersburg, MD Langley Park, MD North Bethesda Roland Park Westminster, MD Brooklyn Park, MD Darnestown, MD Gambrills, MD Lanham, MD North East, MD Rosedale, MD Wheaton, MD Brooklyn, MD Derwood, MD Germantown, MD Largo, MD Nottingham, MD Salisbury, MD Windsor Mill, MD Burtonsville, MD District Heights, MD Glen Burnie, MD Laurel, MD Odenton, MD Seabrook, MD Woodlawn, MD Cape Saint Claire, MD Dundalk, MD Glyndon, MD Lexington Park, MD Olney, MD Severn, MD Capitol Heights, MD Easton, MD Greenbelt, MD Lusby, MD Owings Mills, MD Severna Park, MD Catonsville, MD Edgewood, MD Gwynn Oak, MD Lutherville Timonium, MD Oxon Hill, MD Silver Spring, MD