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How to Get Boxes for Your Move
Often the most difficult and tiresome part of the moving process, packing can take up a lot of your time and resources. If you choose to do the whole packing job by yourself rather than hire a moving company to do it for you, you're going to need boxes -- and a lot of them. This guide will give you some helpful tips and advice on how you can get your hands on boxes for your move.
How to Get Moving Labor
If you only need help loading the moving truck you rented, or you’re not comfortable driving the van to your new home across the state, consider hiring moving labor. Fill out a free quote form and you’ll be connected with the help you need for your move in no time.
Create a Moving Inventory
Whether you plan on moving your stuff yourself, or hiring a service, making an inventory of your belongings will be helpful not only to keep track of your stuff, but in the event that anything gets damaged or stolen, you may need to submit an inventory to your homeowner’s insurance company. Make a list with a description, what room it came from, the value and any serial numbers attached to an item in a spreadsheet. Take photos of your important items and keep them with the list and make sure to
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.
Ask for replacement value ...
Moving companies are required by law to insure your items, but they only need to pay 60 cents per pound of damaged property in the free insurance plan. In order to have true peace of mind while moving, you need to purchase insurance that offers replacement value protection. This allows you to calculate the true value of your items and have the moving company cover that value if the item is damaged or lost.

Recent Moving Reviews
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Mountain West Moving & Storage
And they were extremely helpful and prompt and rescued us and very responsive and careful with our things and did really well.
Review by : Kathleen
Posted on : 3/15/2017
Compliment
 5.0/5
They were awesome
Brian's Expert Movers
They were exceptional. [The price] was totally acceptable. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them to anybody.
Review by : Bobbi
Posted on : 2/11/2016
Compliment
 5.0/5
Nice people
National Movers
Customer service is very attentive at this company, from the time I requested a quote online to doing and redoing my inventory, everyone was very patient and nice with me.
Review by : Dirk
Posted on : 1/3/2016
Compliment
 4.8/5

 
 

Oregon Moving Companies and OR Relocation Services

 

ORIf you're looking for a Oregon Moving Company that can provide you with the best moving rates for your Local Move or Long Distance Move, then there is no better place to come than Movers.com! Here you'll find an extensive and constantly growing collection of licensed, insured OR Professional movers that are fully equipped to handle your next move with care, whether you're moving to Oregon or from OR.

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You'll be sure to find all that and more, as well as an extensive database of OR moving reviews, long distance movers, and local movers of Oregon at your disposal.

Find Moving Companies from Top cities in Oregon, OR

 
Acorn Park
Agate Beach, OR
Albany, OR
Aloha, OR
Ashland, OR
Astoria, OR
Baker, OR
Bandon
Beaverton, OR
Bend, OR
Boring, OR
Brookings, OR
Brooks, OR
Canby, OR
Carver, OR
Cave Junction
Central Point
Charbonneau
Clackamas
Coburg
College Crest
Coos Bay
Coquille
Cornelius, OR
Corvallis
Cottage Grove, OR
Crow
Dallas, OR
Dundee, OR
Eagle Point
Eastside, OR
Eugene
Fairview, OR
Florence, OR
Forest Grove, OR
Forest Heights, OR
Gladstone, OR
Gold Beach
Grants Pass
Gresham, OR
Happy Valley, OR
Harbor
Hermiston
Hillsboro, OR
Hood River
Hugo, OR
Junction City, OR
Keizer
Klamath Falls
La Grande, OR
La Pine
Lake Grove, OR
Lake Oswego
Lebanon, OR
Lincoln City
Madras
Maywood Park
Mcminnville
Medford, OR
Milwaukie
Molalla
Monmouth, OR
Myrtle Creek
Newberg
Newport, OR
North Bend, OR
Oak Grove, OR
Ontario, OR
Oregon City, OR
Orenco
Pendleton, OR
Philomath, OR
Portland, OR
Prineville
Progress, OR
Redmond, OR
Reedsport
Rogue River
Roseburg
Saint Helens
Salem, OR
Sandy, OR
Santa Clara, OR
Scappoose
Seaside, OR
Sherwood, OR
Silverton, OR
Springfield, OR
Stayton
Sunriver
Sutherlin, OR
Talent
The Dalles
Tigard
Tillamook
Toledo, OR
Tongue Point
Troutdale
Tualatin
Veneta
Waldport
Warrenton, OR
West Linn
White City, OR
Wilsonville, OR
Winston, OR
Wood Village
Woodburn, OR

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Moving to Oregon?


Oregon is a coastal state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. From forests and deserts to volcanoes and glaciated Cascades on the windswept Pacific coast line, Oregon's landscape is diverse and varied. Crystal Lake, formed on the remains of a volcano, is the deepest lake in the U.S. and is famous all over the world for its crystal-blue waters.

Oregon is known by its nickname, the “Beaver State.” It originated in the early 19th century when Oregon's streams were a prime source of beaver pelts. The name Ouragon was used in the petition of Major Robert Rogers to the Kingdom of Great Britain. Some say the name Ouragon is a French word meaning hurricane or windstorm.

Native Americans like the Chasta, Chinook, and Nez Perce have inhabited the state long before the arrival of the Europeans. The Natives welcomed the Europeans for trading opportunities, but they brought with them diseases that proved detrimental to the Natives.

If you’re moving to Oregon, 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 Oregon

Oregon Climate

  • A temperate climate is prevalent in the state which shows marked regional variations. The climate of the state is highly influenced by the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountain Ranges. The Cascades divide the state into eastern and western regions. West of the Cascade experiences the highest levels of precipitation due to the moist air from the Pacific. Due to the proximity to the Pacific Ocean, the western region has mild winters and moderate temperatures. Central Oregon lies in the rain shadow region of the Cascades and precipitation in central and eastern Oregon is markedly lower. The daytime temperatures in central and eastern Oregon are very high during the summer months. The Cascades experience the heaviest snowfall in the winter, while the coastal areas have only one to three inches of snowfall. Hailstorms are rare, but tend to occur every year covering only small areas. (Helpful Link: Oregon Weather)

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: You have 30 days to register and title your car in Oregon from the date of the beginning of your residency in the state. You have to pay $54 for registration and $55 for titles. If you fail to register, you could be liable for a fine of $25-$50. You need to take an application for registration and title, an odometer reading, the vehicle identification number inspection certificate, and the required fees and then submit it at a DMV office near you. (Helpful Link: Oregon DMV)

  • Obtaining an Oregon Driver’s License You need to submit your valid out-of-state license, proof of your Oregon residency, proof of your social security number, proof of your vehicle insurance, your application for a license and the required fees at the DMV office. If your out-of-state license has been expired for more than one year or if you have never had an out-of-state license then you are supposed to take the written test, road skills test, and a vision test.

  • Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Oregon is $331,243, while the median sales price is just over $244,900. The Oregon Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Oregon.

  • 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: Oregon State Moving Resource Page)

Schools

  • The Oregon State Board of Education created by the Oregon Legislature administers 197 public school districts, 17 community college districts, and 20 educational service districts. The primary objective of the state board is to ensure that students have equal access to high quality educational services. It promotes lifelong learning among students and prepares them for college, work, and citizenship. The Oregon University System supports seven public universities. Among them, the University of Oregon in Eugene was a nationally ranked University by US News and World Report. Other notable institutions are Oregon State University, Portland State University, Southern Oregon University, and Eastern Oregon University. (Helpful Link: Oregon Schools)

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Oregon was ranked 13th 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 Oregon

Industries

The major industries found in Oregon are agriculture, fisheries, the timber industry, technology, and tourism. The state is the leading producer of hazelnuts. Hay, barley, vegetables, cherries, apples, sugarbeets, melons, and wine grapes are also grown. Ocean fisheries are well developed in Oregon. Oysters, mussels, clams, salmon, halibut, cod, crabs, and shrimp are among the top seafood that is harvested. Salmon fishing is one of the largest industries in the world. Due to the dense conifer forests, the state is the leading supplier of wood and wood products. Multinational giants like Google, Facebook, and Amazon have established data centers in Oregon due to cheap power and the cool climate that reduces cooling costs. Tourism is also one of the biggest industries in Oregon due to its abundance of natural scenic beauty. Many film shoots were carried out in Oregon, and notable ones amongst them include: Animal House, Free Willy, Kindergarten Cop, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and The General.

Employment Statistics

  • As of early 2012, the state of Oregon has an unemployment rate of 8.8 percent, which is slightly higher than the national average of 8.2 percent. (Helpful Link: Oregon Department of Labor)

Average Income

The median household income in the state of Oregon is $49,260, while the average per capita income for the state is $26,171.

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