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Moving from Montclair, Colorado to Louisville, Kentucky with State to State Movers

Do you want to move from Montclair to a city which is located in a different state? You have found Louisville, Kentucky as the perfect place to continue with your life, and you are excited about the move. You should be thrilled because Louisville has some high-quality schools, colleges and universities and they are ranked among the best in the entire USA. However, going all that way to Kentucky can be overwhelming, considering that you have to transport all of your belongings. What you need is a reliable Montclair moving company and what better choice than State to State Movers. 
If you find packing your things a drudgery, our moving crew will do the packing instead of you. You should also know that we will load everything to our trucks and unpack and unload when we arrive at your new destination. We are an affordable Montclair moving company, and if you wish, we can calculate your moving estimates. There are several types of estimates such as full estimate, auto estimate, and quick estimate and you can call our representatives to explain you the differences between these. Among other moving services, State to State Movers provides you with commercial and residential moving, auto transport, moving supplies such as moving pads, boxes of all sizes, bubble wrap and duct tape to keep your thing safe, large storage units, moving checklists, etc. 
When it comes to auto transport, keep in mind that we as your Montclair moving company provide both open and enclosed car shipping services, as well as door to door and terminal to terminal delivery options. So, you get to choose those that suit you best.
In case you have any question about any of these services, you can always call State to State Movers because we are at your disposal any time of the day or night. In addition to our response, you can also get free moving tips and tricks which you might find useful.

About Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, but it is also the historical seat and the nominal seat of Jefferson County since 2003. George Rogers Clark established the city of Louisville back in 1778, while the city got its name after King Louis XVI of France. The population in Louisville is 760,026, and you will find a wide array of locations which you can visit once you arrive here. More about the city you can find at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisville,_Kentucky, whereas the official website of the city which also provides useful information is here.

Climate in Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville has a humid subtropical climate and four seasons are clearly differentiated. During the winter, you can expect a lot of snow, rain, sleet, and temperatures often go below freezing. On the other hand, summer is hazy, hot and humid with drought conditions at times. The seasons with the most rainfall are spring and summer, but rain does consistently fall throughout the year, and an average annual rainfall is 44.9 inches. January is the coldest month whereas July is the hottest.

Education in Louisville, Kentucky

Besides being a cultural center of Kentucky, Louisville has some great universities and schools which can be perfect for your further education. Before we go on to the universities and colleges, we would like to mention that Louisville is served by the Jefferson County Public Schools  which consists of 173 schools and more than 100,000 students. What you are interested in are universities and colleges, and we have listed some of the best below.

• The University of Louisville – Founded in 1789 as the first city-owned public university in the United States. Its School of Medicine is touted for the first fully self-contained artificial heart transplant surgery and the first successful hand transplantation. More about this University, you can find here
Bellarmine University – It is a private Catholic university that has over 3,800 students at the moment. 
Boyce College – Also known as The College at Southern is the undergraduate school of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. 
• Spalding University – It is a private, co-educational university and more about it, you can find at this link.
Now that you know more about Louisville, contact State to State Movers and schedule your moving date. We cannot wait to hear from you. We are a professional Montclair moving company that can make your cross country relocation a pleasant experience. 

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