Welcome to Washington Movers!

The Evergreen State

Welcome to Washington, home of the Seattle Seahawks and creators of Starbucks. For those who love singing in the rain and enjoying a great cup of coffee, you are going to love this state. It has so much to offer and, when you know how to prepare, can have the easiest move possible.

Washington Relocating - New Resident Steps

To ensure a smooth move, you have a couple of steps to make sure and check off your list. You’ll want to make sure to do the following:
Based on the vehicle you drive, you may be required to take it in for inspections. Find out if your car needs inspection based on the details at the following link: http://www.dmv.org/wa-washington/smog-check.php

Washington Data for Washington Moving Companies and Moving Quotes

Weather:-When one hears of Seattle, one tends to hear about the rain. With an average of 152 days a year having precipitation in most of the state, this stereotype is quite correct!
However, it is good to note that there are 2 distinct climates for this state. To the West of the Cascades is where we experience the more severe amount of rain. The West has much cloud cover, fog and drizzle throughout the year. However, to the smaller east of the Cascades in Washington, Precipitation is only 6 inches a year compared to the West’s 200 inches!
Population & Cost of Living:-The state of Washington is home to nearly 7 million people; about 60% of these people live in the Seattle area. Now, what is the cost to live as one of these residents? Richard Barrington, CFA, senior financial analyst with MoneyRates.com, said in the article that “Washington is one of only eight states where the average wage is in excess of $50,000 a year. However, Washington is the only one of those eight state where high wages are not offset somewhat by a high cost of living.”
As for a concrete cost, the median price of a home in the state of Washington is $252,500. Not bad for all the opportunity and wages is has to offer!

Washington Employment Rate & Economy

The unemployment rate in the state of Washington is 5.6%, which is slightly below the nation’s average. Economy wise? In 2009 the total state gross product for Washington was $336.3 billion; this makes it the 14th highly rated economy in America.
The top industries here are wide and varied. The top ones, based on the GDP, include Technology, Government, Real Estate, Manufacturing, Retail & Commercial, Healthcare, Agriculture, and Energy.