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Only consider in-house estimates ...
Moving companies that only give estimates over the phone could be fraudulent. Even if you describe things in painstaking detail, there is always something that you forget or some unknown feature of your home that could present a problem for the movers, which could end up costing you more for the move. In-house estimates are more accurate because the moving company’s representative can access the actual size and weight of the shipment and the layout and location of your home.
Tips for Moving in the Fall
In the fall, the leaves change colors and the weather changes as well, so it's also a good time to change addresses if you're considering moving. If you don't want the hectic stress of moving during the hot summer months and want a better deal from a moving company, you might consider moving during the fall. This guide will explain the benefits and drawbacks of moving during the fall season, so you can better prepare yourself for your upcoming relocation.
Tips for Moving in the Winter
The winter is a harsh season if you live in certain parts of the country, like the northeast. In other parts, it's not so bad. But winter weather can sneak up on you at any time and throw a wrench into your plans, so it's always good to be prepared for all of the potential hazards that moving in the winter can bring. This guide will provide you with some helpful tips and advice for how you can make the most out of your winter move.
Pickup and Delivery Service
Want to have all of your boxes loaded onto a truck and driven to your destination, without the expenses of a full-service move? Then consider using a pickup and delivery service from your moving company. With this option, you simply pack everything yourself, and the movers will come to your house, place the goods in the truck, drive to your destination, and then unload everything.
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Each moving company has different pricing, policies, and capabilities. In order to find a good price for your moving job, you should compare many estimates. Different movers may also have hidden fees that you may need ask about and compare, as well.

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Moving to Kentucky?


Part of the commonwealth of four U.S. states, Kentucky has given the world one of the most delectable fast foods -- Kentucky Fried Chicken. The state's cuisine is distinctly southern with Owensboro being the “Barbecue Capital of the World.” The state also holds the annual Kentucky Derby Festival, two weeks prior to the Kentucky Derby horse racing spectacle.

The state is well known for its bourbon and whiskey distilleries. Bardstown is where bourbon is aged and distilled and has come to be known as the Bourbon Capital of the World.

The state is known by the nickname the “Bluegrass State.” The green pastures take the appearance of blue during spring due to bluish-purple buds. It is grown on limestone rich soils and is especially useful for raising thoroughbred race horses. The name of the state originated from the Iroquois word, Cane-tuck-ee, meaning “meadow lands.”

If you’re moving to Kentucky, 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 Kentucky

Kentucky Climate

  • The state is characterized by a humid subtropical climate with plentiful precipitation. The range of temperature tends to vary across the state. Kentucky is also susceptible to tornadoes, floods and ice storms. The state is surrounded by major bodies of water on three sides – the Mississippi River to the west, the Ohio River to the north, and the Big Sandy River and Tug Fork to the east. (Helpful Link: Kentucky Weather)

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: Upon moving into the state of Kentucky, you have 10 days to title and register your vehicle. You have to submit the title and registration application, insurance papers, your out-of-state title and the required fees at the County Clerk's Office. You also need to get your vehicle inspected at a local sheriff's office. (Helpful Link: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet)

  • Obtaining a Kentucky Driver’s License: You need to surrender your out-of-state driver's license in order to obtain a Kentucky driver's license at a Circuit Court Clerk's Office. If you hold a valid driver's license from another state, then you don't have to take any of the tests. If you are from a foreign nation, then you need to take vision, written and skills test.

  • Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Kentucky is $206,428, while the median sales price is just over $134,500. The Kentucky Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Kentucky.

  • 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: Kentucky State Moving Resource Page)

Schools

  • The Kentucky Board of Education oversees the 174 public school districts throughout the state. The Board has come up with a Commonwealth Diploma to motivate students. Every student is required to take four advanced placement courses in English, math or science, foreign language, and an elective. After the exam in three of these courses, the students whose marks exceed the threshold are eligible for refund of their registration fees. As part of higher education, there are eight public four-year universities, and 16 public two-year colleges. Notable among them are: the University of Kentucky, the University of Louisville, Ashland Community and Technical College, and Bowling Green Technical College. (Helpful Link: Kentucky Schools)

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Kentucky was ranked 15th out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 20 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.

Economy of Kentucky

Industries

Kentucky's major industries are agriculture, auto manufacturing, energy, and fuel production. The state's major agricultural produce includes: broilers, cattle, calves, tobacco, soybean, barley, tomatoes, hay, and grain sorghum. Horse breeding and racing was developed in the Bluegrass Region due to the high calcium content of the soil. The Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant produces enriched uranium rods and the coal from the two coal fields contribute significantly to the energy needs of the nation. Kentucky is also one of the leading states in automobile and truck assembly. The Chevrolet Corvette, Ford Escape, Toyota Camry, Toyota Avalon, and Toyota Venza are some of the cars that are assembled in the state. Tourism is a major revenue-generating sector for the state.

Employment Statistics

  • As of early 2012, the state of Kentucky had an unemployment rate of 8.6 percent, which is slightly higher than the national average of 8.2 percent.

Average Income

The median household income in the state of Kentucky is $41,576 while the average per capita income for the state is $22,515.

Important Locations in Kentucky

  • State Capital: Frankfort
  • Largest Cities:
    1. Lexington
    2. Louisville
    3. Bowling Green
    4. Owensboro
    5. Frankfort

  • Major landmarks and attractions: Mammoth Cave National Park; Mountain Life Museum; Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site; Mary Todd Lincoln House; Keeneland; The Locust Grove House; The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts; Churchill Downs. (Helpful Link: Top Tourist Attractions in Kentucky )

  • National Parks:
    1. Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park
    2. Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area
    3. Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
    4. Mammoth Cave National Park

  • State park System: The Kentucky Department of Parks maintains and administers the 50 state parks which have been acclaimed as some of the finest in the nation. From underground caves to some of the highest peaks in the Appalachia to the scenic byways and shores of lakes and rivers, this varied topography of the state's parks lets you and your family indulge in a range of outdoor recreation such as caving, hiking, horseback riding, camping, swimming, fishing, boating, and shooting sports. (Helpful Link: Kentucky State Parks)

  • Major Airports:
    1. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
    2. Louisville International Airport
    3. Blue Grass Airport
    4. Barkley Regional Airport

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