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Moving from Baltimore to Seattle

Moving from Baltimore, Maryland to Seattle, Washington with State to State Movers


Once you have made a decision to leave Baltimore and move to Seattle in the U.S. state of Washington, there will be a substantial amount of planning and organize to do before you leave your home country and arrive to settle in Seattle. Regardless of why you are moving, whether it is to go to a bigger house, going to a nicer neighborhood, or simply moving for a new job, it does not matter, what is matter is that once you know what your new address will be, and when you pick a moving date, you should contact a moving company. Contact State to State Movers because we offer convenient long-distance moving packages and premium moving services to make your move as simple as possible. Our representatives will provide you additional information regarding our moving services, such as:
-Residential relocation services
-Corporate relocation services
-Long distance car shipping, including:
-terminal to terminal
-door to door auto transport
-open car carriers
-enclosed car carriers
-Professional packing services
-Moving supplies

State to State Movers will also offer you storage units to meet every storage need. We are fully equipped to handle many of your moving-related storage needs with our 30-day storage services. We can store your belongings at one of our agent facilities as part of the moving process, holding them until you are ready to move into your new home.
In addition to all this, State to State Movers will provide all the moving boxes, duct tape, and bubble wrap needed to pack and transport your belongings. Naturally, during the transportation, everything will be safely packed so you won't have to worry about fragile items such as glassware, artwork, musical instruments, computers etc.
Feel free to contact State to State Movers and see for yourself that we respect our clients’ demands.

Seattle, Washington

Seattle is a city on the west coast of the United States and the seat of King County. The city is located on a narrow strip of land between the salt waters of Puget Sound and the fresh waters of Lake Washington. Seattle lies on several hills, including Capitol Hill, First Hill, West Seattle, Beacon Hill, Magnolia, Denny Hill, and Queen Anne. It is a seaport city estimated to be the fourth- largest port in North America.
Seattle is the largest city in the state with about 700.000 residents. The largest racial group in Seattle is White with 69% of the city’s population, the next largest group is Asian with 14%, followed by Black or African-American 8%.
Seattle's climate is classified as oceanic or temperate marine, with cool, wet winters and mild, relatively dry summers. The city's climate is ever-changing, but if you expect rain, you likely won't be disappointed. Rain is a fact of life in Seattle, it rains 50 percent of the time in the city.

Economy

Seattle’s economy is booming, and it is one of the fastest growing cities in U.S. The Port of Seattle provides a direct connection to the Orient and serves as a major link in trade with markets in Alaska, on the Gulf of Mexico, and on the Atlantic Coast, so if you add multifaceted transportation network of freeways, railroads, and an airport, Seattle is the principal trade, distribution, financial, and services center for the Northwest. Tourism also continues to be a vital part of the city's economy.
The biggest employers in Seattle are major companies whose names are often known worldwide:
-Boeing about 80,000 employees
-Joint Base Lewis-McChord about 56,000 employees
-Microsoft about 42,000 employees
-The University of Washington about 25,000 employees
-Amazon about 22,000 employees
-Providence Health & Services about 20,000 employees
-Walmart about 20,000 employees
-Weyerhaeuser about 10,000 employees

Education

Seattle Public Schools is the largest district in the state, including 61 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, 10 senior high schools and 16 alternative schools.
The major colleges and universities in Seattle:
-The University of Washington https://www.washington.edu/
-Seattle Pacific University http://spu.edu/
-Seattle University https://www.seattleu.edu/ 

Must see in Seattle

Here are some favorite places to visit in and around the city:
-Olympic Sculpture Park http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/visit/olympic-sculpture-park you have to visit the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park. Admission to the sculpture park is always free. The park consists of a 9-acre outdoor sculpture museum and beach.
-Museum of History & Industry https://mohai.org/. Its exhibits on life in Seattle and Puget Sound cover everything from the maritime past to cutting-edge culture.
-Washington State Ferries http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/. You can have a fun, quick and cheap sightseeing boat ride as a walk-on passenger.
-Pike Place Market http://pikeplacemarket.org/. Pike Place Market is a special community within the heart of Seattle’s downtown, comprised of hundreds of farmers, craftspeople, small businesses, and residents.
-The Seattle Great Wheel http://www.seattlesouthside.com/attractions/1859-seattle-great-wheel is one of the largest Ferris wheels in the US. The wheel is the only one of its kind to be built over water.

It is time to move from Baltimore! Contact State to State Movers right away to schedule your moving day and ask for any additional information.

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