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Moving Tips & Guides
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.
Multiple Quotes are Better
When looking for a moving company, one isn’t enough. Be sure to get multiple quotes from at least three different moving companies. Don’t just choose the company that offers the lowest rate for your move -- the quality may match the price. Instead, get a few to choose from and ask a lot of questions. Make your decision based on price and services.
New York Moving Guide and Tips
The "City That Never Sleeps" is a fitting name for New York City, and it will certainly be advantageous for you if you are making a move to New York, as you'll have plenty of time to get yourself accustomed to the big city and everything it has to offer. But in the meantime, this guide will provide you with helpful tips and advice on what to expect when you're moving to New York and how to prepare yourself for the move.
Saving Money While Moving
Moving can be expensive, but with some tricks up your sleeve you might save a few bucks. Reuse packing material or use alternative materials that you already have like towels and t-shirts for packing up fragile items. Move during the off-seasons of fall and winter. Write off some of your relocating expenses. Pack your own stuff – you won’t spend money on a service and you’ll be sure you packed everything. Downsizing your stuff will also help save you money. Most shipping companies charge by weig
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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.

Recent Moving Reviews
Great service
Big Bens Moving & Storage, Inc
The moving crew of Big Ben’s Moving was amazing! They were really fast and efficient. The final amount of the move was exactly same as quoted. Very pleased with the great service and will use them again! Highly recommended! Thank you!
Review by : Glenn
Posted on : 1/17/2017
Compliment
 5.0/5
You can find better, easily
Transit Moving Systems
When I started the process of looking for a moving company to help move my 1 bedroom apartment from Texas to California, I was looking for a company that was affordable and make this whole process easier. Transit Moving Systems is a complete scam and without question, the most unprofessional company I've ever dealt with. With such abysmal customer service you would think they were the cheapest option but that's the worst part, I had cheaper alternatives I was comparing them to. Unfortunately, I went with Transit because of what seemed to be a decent reputation and all their promises about making this process as seamless as possible. Do yourself a favor and keep looking. To sum up my experience, their sales staff completely lied to me, saying that I should reserve more space in the truck than I actually have so that I don't get charged with surcharges for more cubic footage during pick-up. He also pointed out that I'd receive a refund for the space I don't actually use. This is also outlined in our contract, by the way. After the move, I call to ask about my refund for the space I didn't use and am now told that because the space was reserved, I need to pay for it, completely contradicting what I was originally told and what is outlined in our written agreement. After multiple calls and pointless conversations with their staff (on the rare occasion I was actually able to reach someone without being put on hold for 20mins), I finally hear from a supervisor and am told that I would be receiving a refund for the difference. It's been over 12 business days and still, no refund. This is just 1 example of what you'll be dealing with by working with Transit Moving Systems. I ran into other multiple, similar situations centered around being told different things by different people and attempts to rob me out of more money. On top of that, they broke my $1000 wine fridge and bed frame and have are not doing anything to replace them. Can't say I'm surprised, considering my experience so far. Between the time I spent on the phone with this company, dealing with the instance described above and countless others, I would have been better off loading my apartment into a Uhaul and driving it myself.
Review by : Tyler
Posted on : 1/10/2017
Compliment
 1.2/5
They Lost My Great Aunts Antique ...
All My Sons of San Antonio
We had used All My Sons in San Antonio before with no issues, but this time was different. Besides loosing the marble top to our 125 year old antique dresser, they also sent a crew who had never moved a grand piano before to transport our baby grand with near disastrous results. They also messed up the billing and charged us $150 more than we were quoted after they had moved us in. And, rather than own up to the mistake in losing the dresser top (which the movers remembered wrapping but could not find it once we arrived at our new home), they denied liability and only agreed to pay us the minimum allowed by law, which was just $50. Horrible customer service and untrustworthy! I will never use this company again nor recommend it to anyone.
Review by : Jere
Posted on : 1/6/2017
Complaint
 2.5/5

 
 

Texas Moving Companies and TX Relocation Services

 

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Abilene, TX
Addison, TX
Allen, TX
Alvin, TX
Amarillo
Arlington, TX
Austin, TX
Baytown, TX
Beaumont, TX
Bedford, TX
Big Spring, TX
Brownsville, TX
Bryan, TX
Burleson
Carrollton, TX
Cedar Hill, TX
Cedar Park
Channelview
Clear Lake City
Cleburne, TX
Cleveland, TX
College Station, TX
Conroe
Converse, TX
Coppell
Copperas Cove
Corpus Christi
Corsicana
Crosby, TX
Cypress, TX
Dallas, TX
Deer Park, TX
Del Rio, TX
Denison, TX
Denton, TX
Desoto, TX
Dickinson, TX
Donna
Duncanville, TX
Eagle Pass
Edinburg, TX
El Paso, TX
Ennis, TX
Euless
Farmers Branch
Flower Mound
Fort Hood
Fort Worth
Friendswood
Frisco, TX
Gainesville, TX
Galveston, TX
Garland, TX
Gatesville, TX
Georgetown, TX
Granbury
Grand Prairie, TX
Grapevine, TX
Haltom City
Harker Heights
Harlingen
Houston, TX
Humble
Huntsville, TX
Hurst, TX
Irving, TX
Katy
Keller, TX
Kerrville, TX
Killeen
Kingwood, TX
La Porte, TX
Lake Jackson
Lancaster, TX
Laredo, TX
League City
Leon Valley
Lewisville, TX
Longview, TX
Lubbock
Lufkin
Mansfield, TX
Mcallen
Mckinney, TX
Mercedes
Mesquite, TX
Midland, TX
Mission, TX
Missouri City, TX
Montgomery, TX
Nacogdoches
New Braunfels
North Richland Hills
Odessa, TX
Orange, TX
Palestine, TX
Pampa
Pasadena, TX
Pearland
Pflugerville
Pharr
Plainview, TX
Plano, TX
Port Arthur
Richardson, TX
Richmond, TX
Rockwall
Rosenberg
Round Rock, TX
Rowlett
San Angelo
San Antonio, TX
San Benito, TX
San Marcos, TX
Seabrook, TX
Seguin
Shenandoah, TX
Sherman, TX
Southlake
Spring
Stafford, TX
Sugar Land
Temple, TX
Terrell, TX
Texarkana, TX
Texas City, TX
The Colony
The Woodlands
Tomball
Tyler, TX
Victoria, TX
Waco, TX
Waxahachie
Weatherford, TX
Webster, TX
Weslaco
Wichita Falls
Wylie

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Moving to Texas?


Texas is one of the most heavily populated states in the country – in fact it is the third most populous in the United States. The entire population of Texas is about 24 million, out of which 70% of the population lives within 200 miles of Austin. Texas is about 267,339 square miles which is a total of 7.4% of the nation’s total area.

The great wide open expanse of most of the state has long since been the backdrop for many picturesque scenes and harkens back to the days of the timeless Westerns that so many people associate with the state of Texas. Visions of cowboys riding atop horses into the sunset are what many see when they think of Texas, but it is deeper than that. The great American sense of freedom and independence are the main values and ideals that native Texans hold dearly. Americana is rich in the state of Texas, and it is very much alive.

If you’re moving to Texas, 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 Texas

Texas Climate

  • The average January temperature for Amarillo is 36.7 degrees and the average winter temperature for Brownsville is 61.4 degrees. Brownsville recorded a maximum temperature of 106 degrees on March 27, 1984 and Amarillo has reported snow and a temperature of 35 degrees. Basically, the temperature throughout the state can vary wildly, from extremely hot and dry during the day in the summer, to much cooler temperatures at night when the sun goes down. Although mostly covered by plains, 10% of Texas is covered by forest, which includes four national and five state forests. The average rainfall record in West Texas is less than 8 inches and in East Texas exceeds 56 inches. The summer of Texas 2012 was the hottest since 1895. (Helpful Link: Texas Weather)

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: The first few weeks can be a busy time for anyone who is new to Texas. One must make sure to register their vehicle as soon as they can. In order to do that one can find a local car service provider who will inspect your vehicle. There are also vehicle inspection stations available where one must show detailed proof of adequate insurance and your driver’s license. (Helpful Link: Texas DMV)

  • Obtaining a Texas Driver’s License: Upon moving to Texas, one must also apply for a Texas Driver’s license. One must go to a driver’s license division office of the Texas Department of Public safety. Unless you are a student or a military member you must submit any existing license and apply for a new license here. One has 90 days upon arrival to have a Texas driver’s license. You must also make sure to learn about the Texas point system as getting a ticket in Texas can be very expensive.

  • Real Estate: One can find homes in Texas at variable costs. Some of the prices for houses in Texas can range from $59,900 to $279,900. For more information about the price of housing in Texas and the current Texas housing market, there are various online resources that can help you find the property you’re looking for.

  • Moving and Storage: If you are looking for moving and storage companies in Texas, there are many available that can help you with the relocation process, however, one must make sure that moving and storage corporations are providing the proper insurance. One can log onto the following link to get more information about moving into Texas. (Helpful Link: Texas State Moving Resource Page)

Schools

  • The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) is constantly putting in all of its efforts to increase student success. It is making higher education more affordable and cost effective. Texas has made great strides in this and the progress made can be seen in the Texas Public Higher Education Almanac. Among the diverse public school systems that can be found throughout the state, there is also a wide selection of public and private universities that one can choose from including, but not limited to, the University of Texas, Texas Tech University, Texas A&M University, Rice University, the University of Houston, the University of Texas-San Antonio, the University of Texas-El Paso and Baylor University. One can log onto the following link to know more information about education in Texas.

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Texas was ranked 37th 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 Texas

Industries

The economy of Texas is heavily dependent on agriculture, manufacturing, mining and the service industry.
  • Agriculture Among all states Texas is ranked #1 for total live stock and live stock product receipts. The top 5 agricultural products in Texas are beef cattle and calves, cotton, broilers, greenhouse, nursery products and dairy products.

  • Manufacturing Texas is a leading manufacturing state. It is ranking first in the manufacturing of computers and other electronic goods. In the manufacturing of chemicals, Texas is ranking second and they are currently ranked third in the manufacture of foods and beverages such as beer, soft drinks, baked goods, preserved fruits and vegetables.

  • Fishing The fishing industry in Texas is constantly rising in production. Texas fishing is known for its shrimp, crabs, flounder, oysters, red snapper, and sea trout. There are also farm-raised catfish which are raised in the state.

  • Services Texas offers the biggest service industry which includes community, business and personal service groups. Wholesale trade is famous for its food products, vehicles and petroleum products. Finance, insurance and real estate services also play an important role in the economy of Texas.

Employment Statistics

  • As of early 2012, the state of Texas had an unemployment rate of 7.1 percent. In the state of Texas, the civilian labor force is comprised of over 9.8 million citizens, 8.9 million of which are currently gainfully employed and a little less than 900,000 who are unemployed. (Helpful Link: Texas Department of Labor)

Average Income

The per capita personal income (PCPI) in Texas is $28,472 and the median household income is $39,842.

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