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Moving Tips & Guides
What are Stair Carries?
Also known as a flight carry, a stair carry is when your movers have to bring your belongings up or down at least one flight of stairs. Since moving things up and down a flight of stairs requires a lot more time and labor, most moving companies will charge you an extra fee for stair carries. Any reputable moving company will tell you about these fees ahead of time, usually at the time of the estimate.
Always check if movers are ...
In order to be certain that you’re hiring a reputable company to handle your move, make sure they are properly licensed and registered. All interstate movers are required to register for a DOT number (Dept. of Transportation) by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Tips for Moving to a City
Living in a big city can be overwhelming, and moving to one can be downright stressful, especially if you have never experienced all of the sights, sounds, and smells that a big city has to offer on a daily basis. If you know a little bit of what to expect before you move though, it won't be so bad. Preparing yourself for adjusting to big city life and putting yourself in an urban state of mind will help you to become accustomed to the changes when you move.
What is Moving Labor?
Need just a little assistance for your move? Moving labor can pack and/or load your goods into your truck rental for a partial DIY move.
Ask About Extra Costs
Don’t be afraid to ask the moving company questions about extra fees that may come up. If you haven’t used adequate materials in packing your belongings, you can be charged for packing supplies. There may be extra fees for moving from a big city. They may charge you extra for any number of reasons, so it’s important to make sure that you have an idea of everything that they want to charge you either up front or just make sure that you’re clear on why they’re charging you extra.

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They were very nice, they came in and they were careful with our stuff and they got everything done in a good amount of time. My sister was very pleased with it.
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The last part of our move was mainly boxes out of our basement. But they were very efficient from a time perspective and just being able to maintain everything going up from the basement up a large hill up to the truck and everything. And they unloaded very rapidly.
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Acworth, GA
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Berkeley Lake
Blackshear
Brunswick, GA
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Canton, GA
Carrollton, GA
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Chamblee
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Conyers
Cordele, GA
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Dacula
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Dallas, GA
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Decatur, GA
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Douglasville
Dublin, GA
Duluth, GA
Dunwoody
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Ellijay, GA
Evans, GA
Fairburn, GA
Fayetteville, GA
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Forest Hills, GA
Forest Park, GA
Fort Benning
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Fort Valley, GA
Gainesville, GA
Glennville, GA
Grayson, GA
Griffin, GA
Grovetown
Hampton, GA
Hawkinsville, GA
Hephzibah
Hinesville
Hiram, GA
Hunter Army AirField
Jasper, GA
Jonesboro, GA
Kennesaw
Kingsland, GA
LaFayette, GA
Lagrange, GA
Lake City, GA
Lawrenceville, GA
Leesburg, GA
Lilburn
Lithia Springs
Lithonia
Locust Grove, GA
Loganville, GA
Lyons, GA
Mableton
Macon, GA
Marietta, GA
Mcdonough, GA
Milledgeville, GA
Monroe, GA
Morrow, GA
Moultrie, GA
Newnan
Norcross, GA
North Atlanta
North Decatur
Peachtree City
Perry, GA
Pooler
Powder Springs, GA
REX, GA
Richmond Hill, GA
Rincon, GA
Ringgold, GA
Riverdale, GA
Rome, GA
Roswell, GA
Saint Marys, GA
Sandy Springs, GA
Savannah, GA
Shenandoah, GA
Smyrna, GA
Snellville
Statesboro
Stockbridge, GA
Stone Mountain
Suwanee, GA
Swainsboro
Sylvania, GA
Sylvester, GA
Thomaston, GA
Thomasville, GA
Tifton
Toccoa
Tucker, GA
Union City, GA
Valdosta
Villa Rica, GA
Vinings
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Waycross
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Moving to Georgia?


Tucked in the southeastern corner of the United States, Georgia was one of the original Confederate states that has been the nerve center of the Civil War and has witnessed General William Tecumseh Sherman's March to the Sea. Georgia is known by the nicknames “Peach State” and the “Empire State of the South.”

With a southern antebellum atmosphere and headquartering around 26 Fortune 1000 companies such as Home Depot, UPS, and Coca Cola, Georgia beckons one and all and has anchored its roots in a rich cultural heritage.

If you’re moving to Georgia, there are a lot of things you’re going to need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place.

Things to Know When Moving to Georgia

Georgia Climate

  • Georgia is characterized by a humid subtropical climate with mild temperatures that range from cool in the winter time to very hot and humid during the summer months. Georgia is surrounded by the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians in the northwest, the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northeast, the Piedmont plateau in the central portion of the state and the Central Plain in the south. Even though Georgia is susceptible to hurricanes that hit the Florida panhandle, they very rarely have experienced a direct attack. These hurricanes are capable of bringing in storm winds and heavy rain to the interior of the land mass. (Helpful Link: Georgia Weather )

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: You have 30 days to register your car in Georgia from the date of the beginning of your residency in the state of Georgia. Registration is done at the Tax Commissioner's Tag Office in the county where you are residing. Failure to do so might result in fines of up to $100 if stopped by local law enforcement. (Helpful Link: Georgia DMV)

  • Obtaining a Georgia Driver’s License: A driver’s license should be obtained within 30 days of becoming a resident of the state of Georgia. Customer service centers at the Georgia Department of Driver Services will help you in transferring an out-of-state license to a Georgia license. The state also has a provision for exchanging a valid or expired (less than two years) out-of-state license for a Georgia license. Driver's licenses held by residents of other countries are acceptable in Georgia as long as they are valid.

  • Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Georgia is $254,359, while the median sales price is just over $172,000. The Georgia Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Georgia.

  • 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. (Helpful Link: Georgia State Moving Resource Page)

Schools

  • The state of Georgia has long since adopted a standard in public school education to test the aptitude of public school students in several core subjects. The End of Course Test (EOCT) and Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT) are administered to high school students yearly and help to keep the students of Georgia schools on par with other school systems around the nation. In addition to the public school system, Georgia is also home to several great institutions of higher learning. There are a total of 70 public colleges located in the state such as the University of Georgia, the University of Georgia Tech, Georgia State University, Georgia Southern University, Emory University and Morehouse College. (Helpful Link: Georgia Schools)

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Georgia was ranked 32nd out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 40 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.

Economy of Georgia

Industries

Georgia is mainly involved in agricultural products and the food industry. It is the leading producer of pecans in the world and the production of pecans is mainly concentrated around the region of Albany. Other industrial products include textiles, paper products, chemical products and electrical equipment. Tourism also contributes to the growth of the economy.

Employment Statistics

The unemployment rate as of March 2012 in Georgia was 9%, about 0.8% above the national level. However, when compared to the unemployment figure from October 2009, it has decreased by 1.5 percentage points. (Helpful Link: Georgia Department of Labor )

Average Income

The median household income in the state of Georgia is $49,347, while the average per capita income for the state is $36,104.

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