Things you need to know before moving to Idaho
If you have been thinking about moving to Idaho, it is likely that you have a lot on your mind. First, there is likely a chance that you don’t know where to turn in regards to a moving company you can rely on. Secondly, you probably have a slew of questions regarding what life is like in Idaho and if it’s the right place for you and your family. Today, Poseidon Moving and Storage will be helping you with all of these questions.
As the top interstate movers in the country, we know all there is to know about providing superior long distance moving services. We’ve also had over 20 years of experience helping homeowners just like you move to Idaho. For this reason, we know quite a bit about what life is like in the area and are here to answer all of your questions. Along with being the best interstate movers in the nation, we are also the most affordable. With flat rates on all of our moving services, you can rest assured that you will always receive the best price when booking with Poseidon Moving and Storage. With that, let’s get started!
Long Distance Movers Idaho
Sometimes it can be difficult to find the right moving company for a long distance move. Long distance moves are stressful enough as it is and not having the right team of movers by your side to alleviate some of the stress can make the entire process overwhelming. As you plan your move to Idaho, our long distance movers want you to know that we care. We don’t believe that premium moving services should necessarily come at premium prices and it is for this reason that we strive to always be the most affordable choice of long distance movers for our customers.
With over 20 years of experience assisting our customers in settling down in Idaho, we know that our comprehensive long distance moving services truly make all the difference. Time and time again, our long distance moving services have made the entire moving process easier on our customers and we want to extend that same service to you. As you consider your move to
Idaho, our long distance movers will offer comprehensive moving services that simplify the process. Interested in learning more about what we have to offer you? Here’s what you can expect from our long distance moving services when booking with Poseidon Moving and Storage:
- Packing/Unpacking Services
- Furniture Protection
- Disassembly/Assembly of Furniture
- Packing Materials
- Tracking of Your Shipment
- Express Deliveries
Things You Should Know About Idaho
As you consider moving to Idaho, it is likely that you have a few questions concerning what life is like in the Gem State. After all, you should always have all of the facts before you make your final decision. Today, Poseidon Moving and Storage would like to help you decide whether or not Idaho is the right place for you. That’s why we have compiled a list of the various reasons you should consider moving to Idaho. Let’s take a closer look.
Idaho has a population of nearly 2 million people and is best known as the place for people to move if they want access to a robust economy and stunning scenery. While Idaho may not necessarily be the place for you if you are looking for big-city living, it is certainly a place to consider if you value plenty of time spent outdoors and home ownership.
Idaho earned its nickname of the Gem State due to its scenic landscape and abundance of natural resources. Here, natural resources such as lumber, lead, and zinc all contribute to the state’s economy. There are, of course, literal gems as well. Gemstones such as jasper, jade, opal, and tourmaline can all be mined in Idaho. These resources contribute to Idaho’s robust
Home ownership is also a possibility in Idaho. According to Census data, Idaho’s homeownership rate is the 12th highest in the nation. Given the state’s low population density, it is easy to imagine why most Idaho residents are homeowners in single-family homes rather than multi-family dwellings. If you are tired of renting and want to move somewhere where home ownership is a possibility, look no further than Idaho.
Popular Towns to Visit in Idaho
Now that you know more about what life is like in Idaho overall, it’s time to learn a bit more about the most popular towns to visit in Idaho. For this section, we will be focusing primarily on what is, by far, one of the most popular towns to visit and live in Idaho- Boise.
The first thing that can be said about Boise, and Idaho in general, is how safe the town is. In fact, the only place ranked as a more safe town in the West is Utah. In 2017, Boise was voted number 8 on the safest cities in the world by MSN. With a safety index of 82.29, this means that Boise is a place where kids can safely walk home from school without worry and some residents even leave their front doors unlocked. If safety is a key concern for you, there are few better towns in the country to call home.
So why else is Boise considered one of the best places to live in Idaho? Aside from safety, Boise is also an outdoor lover’s dream. Located just west of the Rocky Mountains and just north of the Great Basin deserts, Boise offers beautiful landscapes for hiking, cycling, skiing, and whitewater rafting. The Boise River also snakes directly through the city and, with the warm summertime temperatures, makes for the perfect spot to enjoy river floating.
Finally, another great reason to move to Boise, Idaho is found in the fact that it is home to a thriving job market. Boasting an unemployment rate of just 2.9 percent, 1.5 percent lower than the national average, Boise was recently praised by the Wall Street Journal as having one of the nation’s fastest-growing job markets. Much of this success can be attributed to the state’s growing technology presence. Despite such a large tech market, Boise’s leading industries for jobs still remain the healthcare and hospitality sectors. Many Boise residents are employed by St. Alphonsus Health Systems and St. Luke’s Health System.
As a final note, the most popular neighborhoods to live in within Boise include Southeast Boise, South Boise Village, Downtown, and Boise Bench. Each of these neighborhoods offers something unique for homeowners and it is likely that you’ll find the perfect home for you and your family in one of these popular Boise neighborhoods.
Long Distance Moving Tips
Now that you have a better idea of what life is like in Idaho, you may feel better prepared to make your decision about moving there. If so, our long distance movers have a few long distance moving tips that you should consider. For one, we highly recommend creating an inventory list as you begin preparing to move to Idaho. This will not only make it much easier for your chosen moving company to give you a reliable quote on the cost of their moving services but it will also make it easier for you to keep track of all your household belongings during the moving process.
Secondly, our long distance movers also recommend making sure that all of your items are packed properly when moving to Idaho. Depending on where you are moving there from within the United States, it is possible that you may have a long road ahead of you. It is good to make sure that your items are packed for the long haul, securely and properly. Make sure all of your items are well-cushioned and protected from any unintended bumps along the road. When booking with Poseidon Moving and Storage, you can rest assured that your items will be packed properly and transported safely!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do movers in Idaho cost?
Hiring movers in Idaho can cost on average $300-$700.
How much does packing in Idaho cost?
Hiring packing service in Idaho can cost on average $200-$500 plus packing materials cost.
What is the minimum charge for moving in Idaho?
Idaho movers have a minimum 2 – 3 hour charge.
How many movers do I need for my move in Idaho?
Idaho movers decide the number of movers your move will require by calculating the cubic feet of your move.
What size truck do I need for moving in Idaho?
On average most people in Idaho use 12’-16’ box trucks.
Can I get a virtual estimate for my move In Idaho?
Many Idaho movers offer virtual estimates through zoom or Google meet.
Can my estimate be guaranteed by Idaho movers?
Most Idaho movers give a rough estimate which is not guaranteed unless it’s a flat rate.
Is renting a truck cheaper than hiring Idaho movers?
Renting a truck in Idaho can be cheaper than hiring Idaho movers. If you have time, family/friends that are willing to help and experience.