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Considering that you have never hired a moving company before, learning how to move your belongings is in at the top of your list. Your friends and family members will likely be helping you with your moving and storage project, but you need to be in charge.
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Selecting where you are going to keep your household items is an important part of your moving process. This can be an expensive option depending on the duration of time that you plan to store your goods for and the price can really increase if you go with a storage facility which is not trustworthy and not able to meet your requirements.
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When should you hire professional movers? The sooner, the better. Though the certain moving task may not be made until a several days before your move. If there is an option, most residential moving companies recommend you choose a time other than summer or the end of the month.
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Storage Facilities in Washington and State Information

One of the gems of the Pacific Northwest of the country is Washington. A total opposite from its political namesake, Washington is more of a tourist haven that features a wide expanse of coastlines as well as a few volcanoes and mountains. Washington is known for several popular cities include Seattle, Spokane and Tacoma to name a few. Yakima is the city known for agriculture and wine while the state capital is Olympia.

The earlier years of Washington saw several Native American tribes who called Washington home and then the state was later inhabited by Europeans. These days Washington is home to people from different races the most predominant being those of the Asian race.

Historical parks permeate the state of Washington. There is the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail and the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. For a generous amount of glaciers you will find them at the North Cascade National Park while elsewhere the Mount Rainier National Park is home to an icy capped volcano which stands over 14,000 feet.

When in Washington you can take advantage of the several outdoor activities and interesting places to tour. For instance the Ape Caves is a must for hiking and when it comes to rock climbing the perfect place is the Frenchman Coulee.

One place that would stand out as memorable in your mind though is when you visit San Juan Islands. Here is the place that you can do just about anything which include bicycling, fishing and sailing with a little time left over for long walks on the beach as you view the sunset. Coffee is a mainstay in Washington, especially those of high quality and even though companies such as Starbucks are synonymous with Washington, there are quite a few smaller companies that provide specialty coffee to Washington residents.

Washington is bordered by Oregon in the south and Idaho in the east. On the north, Washington is bordered by Canada.

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