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Moving Long Distance - Massachusetts
Looking for a Massachusetts 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 Pennsylvania we have storage facilities which suit your belongings with first rate insurance and secured storage.
We're aware that finding affordable and reliable Massachusetts 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 Massachusetts 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 - Massachusetts State Area
Located in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States home of The oldest gas station in the US, located in Altoona and The nation's oldest golf course, located in Clarion.. and the Great Lakes Region. Some of the states that share their borders with Pennsylvania are Delaware to the southeast, West Virginia to the southwest, Ohio to the west, Maryland to the south, New York to the North, New Jersey to the east. It is the 33rd most extensive, 9th most densely populated and 6th most populous of the 50 United States. The capital of the state is Harrisburg. The country’s first subway system was established in Boston in 1897. The route took just 3.5 minutes to travel one-way. Massachusetts has the lowest divorce rate in the country. It is illegal to use tomatoes to make clam chowder.
Industries: The top five agricultural products that Massachusetts produces are greenhouse products, nursery products, cranberries, dairy products, sweet corn and apples. The state is a nationwide leader in the manufacturing of computer and electronic products. The manufacturing of communication equipment and automation control devices, fabricated metal products, and chemical products such as pharmaceuticals are also a major contributor to the state’s income. The state’s mining income is dependent on sand, gravel and crushed stone. Massachusetts is also one of the leading commercial fishing states. Finance, insurance and real estate rank second in the state, followed by wholesale and retail trade, which ranks third.
Average Income: As of early 2012, the employment RSE in Massachusetts is 0.4%. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the unemployment rate in Massachusetts as of Feb 2012 is 6.9%. (Link:Massachusetts Department of Labor)
State park System: The state parks and forests of Massachusetts are some of the most treasured areas of the state. You can have a magnificent experience and connect with nature while going for a natural hike, bike, climb, swim or paddle. The state has one of the largest park systems in the entire country, some of which are Myles Standish State Forest, Harold Parker State Forest, Nickerson State Park, Mount Greylock Reservation, and Maudslay State Park.The oldest public park in the U.S. is the Boston Common. Boston citizens originally purchased the area in 1634 for £30 as an area to hold military training exercises and as a place to graze cattle. Massachusetts is home to the lake with the longest name in the world.
State Capital: Boston
Largest Cities: Boston, Province town, Cape Cod, Concord, Sturbridge, Salem, Lexington
Major Airports: Boston Logan International Airport, Nantucket Memorial Airport, New Bedford Regional Airport, Fitchburg Municipal Airport
Massachusetts Climate: July is the hottest month in the state, averaging about 71 F( 22 C) and January is the coldest month with an average temperature of 26 F(3 C). The state has a temperate climate. The climate is colder across the state and is drier across the western region. The winter snowfalls are more severe. The annual precipitation averages 42 inches (1.070 mm) in Boston and 44 to 45 inches in Worcester and Pittsfield. The central and western part of Massachusetts can be slightly more humid than the coast during the summer, and also may receive a high amount of snowfall. One of the main attractions in Massachusetts however, is the perfect fall weather. (Link: Massachusetts Weather)
Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Pennsylvania is $253,602, while the median sales price is just over $179,900. The Pennsylvania Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Pennsylvania and their member page can be found here.
Moving and Storage: When you are planning to hire a moving and storage company, you must be careful and make sure that you choose a reliable and reputable moving corporation. You must make sure that the moving company is providing insurance and offers a quality service. There are a lot of moving and storage companies available to do the job for you. You can log on to the following link to know more about the moving and storage companies. (Link: Massachusetts State Moving Resource Page)
Schools: Massachusetts Act of 1642 was the first major step on the road to compulsory education. The Massachusetts public higher education system serves more than 260,000 students annually, and has been awarded 33,000 degrees and certificates. The public higher education institutions have participated in several system-wide programs including Mass Transfer , the commonwealth dual enrollment program, and the commonwealth honors program. Along with the extensive public school systems that can be found throughout Massachusetts, the state is also well-known for its prestigious collegiate institutions found in and around the Boston area. Many of the college and universities in Massachusetts are among the first in America and include Harvard, MIT, the University of Massachusetts, Boston University, Northeastern University, Boston College and many others. (Link: Massachusetts Schools)
Serving Massachusetts State Area
Abington, MA Bridgewater, MA Dracut, MA Hudson, MA Methuen Plainville, MA South Weymouth, MA Weymouth, MA Acton, MA Brighton, MA East Braintree Hyannis, MA Milford, MA Plymouth, MA Springfield, MA Wilmington, MA Agawam, MA Brockton, MA East Cambridge Jamaica Plain, MA Natick, MA Quincy, MA Stoneham, MA Winchester, MA Allston, MA Brookline, MA Edgemere, MA Lawrence, MA Needham, MA Randolph, MA Stoughton, MA Winthrop, MAAmherst, MA Burlington, MA Everett, MA Leominster New Bedford, MA Reading, MA Swampscott, MA Woburn, MA Andover, MA Cambridge, MA Fall River, MA Lexington, MA Newburyport, MA Revere Beach Taunton, MA Worcester, MA Arlington, MA Canton, MA Falmouth, MA Lowell, MA Newton, MA Revere, MA Tewksbury, MA Ashland, MA Charlestown, MA Fitchburg, MA Lynn, MA North Attleboro, MA Roxbury, MA Uxbridge, MA Attleboro, MA Chelmsford, MA Foxborough, MA Malden, MA North Cambridge Salem, MA Wakefield, MA Bellingham, MA Chelsea, MA Framingham, MA Mansfield, MA North Quincy, MA Saugus, MA Walpole, MA Belmont, MA Chestnut Hill, MA Franklin, MA Marlborough, MA North Waltham, MA Sharon, MA Waltham, MA Beverly Farms Chicopee, MA Gloucester, MA Marshfield, MA Northampton, MA Shrewsbury, MA Watertown, MA Beverly, MA Danvers, MA Greenfield, MA Mashpee Norton, MA Somerville, MA Wellesley, MA Billerica, MA Dartmouth, MA Grove Hall, MA Mattapan Norwood, MA South Amherst, MA West Medford Boston, MA Dedham, MA Haverhill, MA Medford, MA Peabody, MA South Chelmsford Westborough Braintree, MA Dorchester, MA Holyoke, MA Melrose, MA Pittsfield, MA South Quincy Westfield, MA