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Jacksonville Moving Companies
As the largest city in the U.S. state of Florida, Jacksonville must be the most attractive city in that region to move in. People can find a lot of job and entertainment opportunities here. But how to move to that city and evade all the stress and hustle associated with moving? You can surely do that by hiring one of the local moving companies in Jacksonville.
The best way to find the moving company that will fit your budget is to get several moving quotes from different companies and to compare them. Keep in mind that local moving companies usually charge by hour or milage and long distance movers charge by weight. For additional charge moving company can provide you with all necessary packing materials and help you pack your belongings.
Featured Moving Companies Serving Jacksonville:
Moving your family or business, whether across town or across the country, can be an almost overwhelming undertaking. With utilities transfers and hookups, arranging for your mail to be forwarded, taking inventory of your belongings and the seemingly endless list of other details it can be a stressful time for all involved.Member of
Social Moving Group is a Local, Long Distance, and International Moving, Shipping and Storage Company. We provide moving and relocation services anywhere in the United States and Overseas, for residential and commercial customers.Member of
Our mission at CEH Moving, Inc. is to take the stress away from our customers by providing the best moving experience while relocating either locally or from state to state. We understand how difficult it can be when moving to a new place, we're here to make that move alot easier for you.Member of
Other Moving Companies Serving Jacksonville
Jacksonville is in the First Coast region of northeast Florida and is centered on the banks of the St. Johns River, about 25 miles south of the Georgia border and about 340 miles north of Miami. The Jacksonville Beaches communities are along the adjacent Atlantic coast. Jacksonville has a humid subtropical climate, with mild weather during winters and hot weather during summers. High temperatures average 64 to 91 °F throughout the year. During winter, there can be hard freezes during the night.
Interstate Highways 10 and 95 intersect in Jacksonville, creating the busiest intersection in the region with 200,000 vehicles each day. The eastern terminus of US-90 is in nearby Jacksonville Beach near the Atlantic Ocean. Interstate 95 has a bypass route, with I-295, which bypasses the city to the west, and SR-9A, bypassing the city to the east.
Jacksonville is the headquarters of two significant freight railroads. CSX Transportation, owns a large building on the downtown riverbank that is a significant part of the skyline. Florida East Coast Railway also calls Jacksonville home. Amtrak serves Jacksonville by the daily Silver Meteor and Silver Star long distance trains. The current station is situated on Clifford Lane in the northwest section of the city.
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