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Napa Valley to Oregon Movers

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If you’re making a long-distance move, the moving company you choose should have what it takes to get you there. Turner Moving & Storage has been in business since 1949, completing moves within California and beyond. In addition to our long-distance moving services, we offer:

● Specialty boxes for your items
● Packing and unpacking services
● Optional warehouse storage
● A customized moving plan to fit your needs

When looking for a long-distance moving company, not only do you need one with a wide range of services, but you should hire one you can trust. At Turner, we’ve been completing long-distance moved with ease since 1949. We’re family-owned, fully-licensed and insured.

If you’re making the move from Napa Valley to Oregon, then give Turner a call at (707) 255-8600 or fill out a free estimate form today!

US-395 in Oregon. Courtesy: Flickr.

It’s no secret that people are leaving Napa Valley. In 2020, more people moved out of California than ever before. People have been leaving the Golden State steadily since 2016, according to U-Haul.

At Turner Moving & Storage, we have been completing interstate moves since 1949. Lately, we’ve been moving a lot of our customers out of Napa Valley to Oregon.

Oregon is California’s northern neighbor, and not too far from Napa, where Turner is based. Many people may choose to move to Oregon for its proximity to the Golden State – it offers a less expensive, simpler life, without leaving the Pacific Coast altogether.

Another reason many people are choosing to move to Oregon is the cost of living. California is 19.3% more expensive on average than Oregon. That means housing costs, groceries, transport and other necessary expenses are all less expensive in Oregon. Oregon also has no sales tax, which cuts down the cost of living even more.

While California’s climate is sunny year-round, Oregon has a cooler and more varied climate. This is desirable for people who want to get out of the heat but still enjoy sunny summer days. People living in Oregon will experience all four seasons throughout the year, unlike those living in California.

Oregon’s gorgeous scenery is a large draw for visitors and residents, too. The Oregon coast is lined with beaches, lighthouses, cliffs and sand dunes. The central part of the Beaver State is home to the Cascade Mountains and Mt. Hood, the highest in the mountain range.

A Look at Some of the Best Cities in Oregon:

The Oregon Coast. Courtesy: Flickr.

Portland: One of the most environmentally-friendly cities in the country, Portland is the largest city in Oregon. With nearly 650,000 residents, the “City of Roses” is always growing thanks to major employers establishing headquarters there. Portland offers a big-city vibe while also giving its residents the beauty of the outdoors. There is something for everyone in Portland.

Eugene: Another popular destination for relocations in Oregon is Eugene. It’s a small city that offers a lot of nature and outdoor recreation to its residents. Its booming tech industry has been a major reason for growth in Eugene. Home to the University of Oregon, it’s a great city for sports lovers, too.

Salem: Home to many colleges and universities, Salem is about the same size as Eugene and was named one of the Best Places to live by U.S. News and World Report. It’s location between coastal towns and cities like Portland make Salem a great option for people moving to Oregon.

Gresham: A city with small-town charm, yet all the amenities of a big city, Gresham is the 4th largest city in Oregon. It’s one of the healthiest in the nation, thanks to more than 300 acres of park land, 840 acres of natural areas and 376 physicians per 100,000 people.

Bend: Just east of the Cascades is Bend, a city known for its world-class outdoor recreation, including snowboarding, skiing, rock climbing, whitewater rafting and mountain biking. Bend is home to the most microbreweries per capita in the nation, so it’s a paradise for craft beer enthusiasts.

Long-Distance Moving Services from Napa Valley to Oregon

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Moving across state lines is a big task, so make sure that your moving company is experienced and knows what they’re doing. We’ve been in the moving industry since 1940, so you can rest assured Turner has the experience to move you to Oregon quickly and efficiently.

We make the 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
  • A free, no-obligation moving estimate

Get A Free Long-Distance Moving Estimate from Turner Today

Whatever city in Oregon you’ve chosen to settle in, Turner Moving & Storage can get you there.

To start planning your interstate move today, give us a call at (707) 255-8600 or get fill out a free estimate form here.

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How Do I Know Which Movers are Trustworthy?

With how big the moving industry is, it can be pretty difficult to determine who the best moving company is for you. Here are some of the key things to look for when researching a moving company:

  • Badges: Look to see if they have any certifications or if they are accredited by the BBB. These will also show you if they have won any awards for top service.
  • Experience: You may want to avoid movers that are relatively new. Experience is key to a good move. This could be listed anywhere on the site, but the most surefire location is in their About Us page.
  • Reviews: Find online reviews. If a moving company has less than a 4-star average rating on their Google Reviews, there is most likely an issue there.
  • Family-Owned and Operated: This is always a big plus. Not only will this help you avoid shady moving companies, but it will also help you avoid ones that are too big to genuinely care about your move.

The only way to know for sure is to do in-depth research. As you narrow down your list, look more and more into these aspects of the company to find the best one for you.

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