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Napa Valley to North Carolina Movers

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Are you moving from Napa Valley to North Carolina? An interstate move is exciting but can be stressful if you do it alone. Hire a moving company that has the ability to get you to your new home.

Turner Moving & Storage has been in business since 1949, completing moves within the Napa, California area and across the country. As a part of our long-distance moving services, we offer:

● As agents of Wheaton World Wide Moving, a nationwide network of over 500 agents.
● Specialty boxes to keep your items safe
● Packing and unpacking services
● Optional warehouse storage
● A customized moving plan to fit your needs

At Turner, we’re family-owned, fully licensed and insured. If you’re making the move from Napa Valley to North Carolina, then give Turner a call at (707) 255-8600 or fill out a free estimate form today!

North Carolina is becoming a popular destination to move to, particularly those from Napa Valley. The Tar Heel State boasts a thriving business climate, low cost of living and beautiful landscapes wherever you look!

North Carolina is the ninth-largest state in the U.S., with a population of over 10 million, and is continuing to grow. The state offers a wide variety of lifestyles, making it attractive to transplants of all walks of life.

The state has three distinct geographic regions: The eastern coast, outer banks and coastal plains; The central Piedmont region; And the Blue Ridge Mountains in the west. The state is home to 41 state parks, 10 national parks — including Great Smokey Mountains National Park, the most-visited national park in the country – and four national forests.

These regions all offer a perfect escape for outdoor lovers. Miles of hiking trails, lakes, streams and whitewater rivers await you in all parts of North Carolina.

The cost of housing, transportation, groceries, healthcare, and utilities are all below the national average in North Carolina. Taxes are lower than the national average, too.

While summers can be hot and humid in North Carolina, they are nothing compared to what Californian’s are used to.

Wine lovers who may be relocating from the Napa Valley can find comfort in one of North Carolina’s more than 175 wineries. The state is home to the “mothervine,” the oldest cultivated grapevine in the country.

The education in North Carolina is top-notch with nationally renowned universities like Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Wake Forest University, to name a few.

North Carolina’s job market is growing, particularly in the finance industry. The state is the second-largest banking center in the country. The state is also home to growing energy, biotechnology, aerospace, furniture, and education industries.

A Look at Some of the Best Cities in North Carolina

 

Charlotte: Charlotte is the largest city in the Tar Heel State and is a popular destination for people relocating from all around the country. Many people come to study at one of the city’s four higher education institutions and remain because it’s a great place to settle. Six Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in Charlotte alone.

Raleigh: Raleigh is the state’s capital and is known for being a technology hub. The Research Triangle Park (RTP) is a 7,000-acre research campus home to more than 200 companies and 50,000 employees.

Durham: The home of Duke University, Durham is a great destination for sports lovers. It’s also home to Duke’s world-renowned hospital, so the city is called the City of Medicine. The physician-to-population ratio is almost 5 times the national average!

Asheville: Asheville is a destination for foodies in North Carolina and is officially called the “World’s Only Foodtopian Society” because there is such incredible and diverse food offerings in the city. Combining with great food is great beer – Asheville has been named “Beer City USA” four times. In addition to its food and drink scene, Asheville is home to eclectic art and music scene as well as great outdoor adventures along the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Interstate Moving Services from Napa Valley to North Carolina

No matter how excited you may be to move to North Carolina from California, a cross-country move can be stressful, so make sure that your moving company is experienced and knows what they’re doing.

Turner Moving & Storage has been in the moving industry since 1949, so you can rest assured our professional movers can move you to North Carolina easily and efficiently.

We make the interstate moving process seamless by offering additional services, like:

  • Partial or full packing and unpacking services
  • Disassembly and reassembly of large items
  • Specialty moving boxes and packing materials for your items
  • A free, no-obligation moving estimate

If you’re moving to North Carolina from Napa Valley, check out our Buyer’s Guide for Household Moves to provide answers to frequently asked questions and definitions of moving terms you may come across.

Get a Free Moving Quote from Turner Today

Wherever you’ve chosen to settle in North Carolina, Turner Moving & Storage can move you there.

To start planning your Napa Valley to North Carolina move today, give us a call at (707) 255-8600 or fill out a free estimate form here.

Did you know...?

When Is the Best Time of Year to Move?

There isn’t a true answer to this. There are distinct seasons, but you have to decide which is best for you.

The first is summer. This is the busiest season. But there’s a reason it's so busy. For families with kids, this is when school is out and they have more time. For everyone else, this is when the weather is at its best. There also aren’t any major holidays to work around.

While summer is a great time to move, it's super busy. You’ll have to schedule your move in advance and the price could be higher. Planning for a winter move means a simpler moving process.

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