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Moving Long Distance - Rhode Island
Looking for a Rhode Island 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 Rhode Island we have storage facilities which suit your belongings with first rate insurance and secured storage.
We're aware that finding affordable and reliable Rhode Island 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 - Rhode Island State Area
Rhode Island Climate: The climate of Rhode Island is humid and usually mild. The state has summers extremely hot and winters extremely cold. The annual temperature of Rhode Island ranges from an average of 28 F in January to 3 F in July. The highest recorded temperature was 104 F which was on August 2, 1975 and the lowest was -23 F at Kingston on January 11, 1942. The average annual precipitation recorded in the state is 46.5 inches, and the weather of Rhode Island is highly variable with storms and hurricanes being a rare threat. (Link: Rhode Island )
Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Rhode Island is $422,797, while the median sales price is just over $265,000. The Rhode Island Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Rhode Island.
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: Rhode Island State Moving Resource Page)
Schools: The mission of the Rhode Island Department of Education is to provide all of its students with an affordable system of education. The Department of Education is developing a lot of excellent, efficient and accessible ways for its students to attain an education, and is fostering the overall development of Rhode Islanders. The school system hopes that by doing this, the students of Rhode Island can enrich their intellectual, social, and cultural life. Some of the universities and institutes of higher learning in Rhode Island include the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence College, Brown University, the prestigious Ivy League school, and the University of Rhode Island. (Link: Rhode Island Schools)
Rhode Island is named after the Greek Island Rhodes. Rhode Island has nearly 300 ponds, lakes and reservoirs and more than 60 percent of the state is covered with woodland. Some of the most famous Rhode Islanders were novelists Cormac McCarthy and Jhumpa Lahiri. Rhode Island native artist Gilbert Stuart was the man who was responsible for the portrait of George Washington on the $1 bill.
The state also has many glacial and manmade lakes, which are the major tourist attractions. The state has lots of islands which also house a great number of resorts. The first ever outdoor polo match in 1876 and the first open golf tournament in the U.S. were both played in Rhode Island.
Industries: The state of Rhode Island is much smaller than most other states in the U.S. Due to its smaller size, the state does not support agriculture. The economy of Rhode Island does not have a prominent agricultural sector. The state’s leading manufactured product is electrical equipment such as surge protectors, lighting fixtures, and light bulbs. Rhode Island never approved the 18th Amendment, otherwise known as prohibition. It was only 1 of 2 states who didn't approve it. The leading service industry in Rhode Island is the finance sector, while insurance and real estate is also prominent. Community, business, and personal services rank second in the service industry of Rhode Island.
Employment Statistics: As of early 2012, the state of Rhode Island had an unemployment rate of 11.1 percent, which is the second highest in the nation behind Nevada and much higher than the national average of 8.2 percent. (Link: Rhode Island Department of Labor)
Average Income: The median household income in the state of Rhode Island is $54,902, while the average per capita income for the state is $28,707.
State Capital: Providence
Largest Cities: Warwick, Cranston, Pawtucket, Providence, Kingston, Narragansett
Major Airports: Providence T.F. Green International Airport
Serving Rhode Island State Area
Barrington, RI Esmond, RI North Kingstown, RI Valley Falls, RI Bonnet Shores, RI Glocester, RI North Providence, RI Wakefield, RI Bristol, RI Greenville, RI North Smithfield, RI Warren, RI Burrillville, RI Harrisville, RI Pawtucket, RI Warwick, RI Central Falls, RI Jamestown, RI Portsmouth, RI West Greenwich, RI Charlestown, RI Johnston, RI Providence, RI West Warwick, RI Coventry, RI Kingston, RI Riverside, RI Westerly, RI Cranston, RI Lincoln, RI Rumford, RI Wickford, RI Cumberland, RI Middletown, RI Slatersville, RI Woonsocket, RI Darlington, RI Misquamicut, RI Smithfield, RI East Greenwich, RINarragansett, RISouth Kingstown, RI East Providence, RI Newport, RI Tiverton, RI