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- Carolyn F.
Packing, lifting, and handling hasn't really been my biggest strength and doing this move alone was definitely out of the question. A friend of mine actually gave me some guidance and told me about Trico. My brother was also with... read more5/26/2017J.p. L.
Help you pack? Load your boxes? Ship you're your belongings to your new life? Yes, yes, yes! We researched moving companies and were not disappointed with Trico! We were not prepared as much as we should've and they took care... read more5/01/2017Joseph C.
I dont know too much about properly handling a move but I do know how to be there for someone when needed the most. When my brother finished with college at university of Pittsburgh & did not have money to... read more4/25/2017
- Gully A.
I was new to the Pittsburgh area and I was not sure if I was going to make this my permanent residence or try a new city. So the best thing for me was to move most of my things... read more1/17/2017Adrian B.
Great company and they really go the extra distance to take care of their customers highly recommended for all your moving needs keep up the good work1/11/2017Mia D.
My cousin who I just saw at a family reunion had asked me to help her with a move to her new condo. Of course I did which wasn't bad because she also had this moving company help her out.... read more5/14/2017
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Moving from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Minneapolis, Minnesota with Trico Long Distance Movers
So, you are considering a fresh start and are thinking about moving to Minneapolis? You will need reliable long distance movers to help you with the relocation and that will handle the organization of the long distance move. Finding the right Pittsburgh movers to help you with this endeavor won’t have to be hard. Trico Long Distance Movers is just what you need, a reliable and affordable long distance moving company. With our dedication to reliable service and customer satisfaction, we are the perfect partners for all your moving needs. Moving to Minneapolis has never been easier or more stress-free than with Trico Long Distance Movers.
We are professional Pittsburgh movers that aim to cater to all our clients’ needs and we understand that interstate relocation should never be underestimated and must be handled with the right amount of preparation and planning. That is why residential movers are always a good option, and we recommend Trico Long Distance Movers. We have great experience in long distance moves and are equipped to handle any move, no matter the size or distance of the move.
Like with all of our other moving services, you can count on our reliable Pittsburgh movers to provide you with some of the best auto transport services out there. We offer both door to door car delivery and terminal to terminal car delivery, so you can choose which one you’d prefer. Keep in mind that we’ve got you covered no matter where in the US you’re moving to or from, as we’ve got terminals in all major cities. We’ll make your relocation that much easier and you’ll feel much more comfortable knowing your vehicle is in our hands. You just have to choose a destination and if you’d like your car shipped in an open trailer or an enclosed car carrier.
Feel free to contact Trico Long Distance Movers for all your moving needs.
Before you get to packing, here is some information that could get you acquainted with the lovely city of Minneapolis.
About Minneapolis, Minnesota
Minneapolis is a major city in the U.S. state of Minnesota. With over 400,000 people calling it home, it is the most populous city in the state, and it serves as the seat of Hennepin County. Minneapolis is a well-developed city as it ranks as the second-largest economic center in Midwest, right after Chicago. One thing Minneapolis is known for is that it is rich in water, with numerous lakes, rivers, waterfalls, etc. For that reason, Charles Hoag, the city’s first school teacher, gave it the name it has today – “mni” means water and “polis” means city.
Minneapolis was founded by John H. Stevens and Franklin Steele and incorporated as a city in 1867. Up until 1872, Saint Paul and Minneapolis were two separate cities, but then they were merged into one and today are known as the Twin Cities. Today, Saint Paul is the state’s capital, but Minneapolis is still the largest city in Minnesota and, more importantly, it is considered the center for banking and industry in the region. In case you’re interested to find out what it took to develop the city we know today, read more about the history of Minneapolis here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Minneapolis.
The People of Minneapolis, Minnesota
As previously mentioned, Minneapolis counts around 400,000 residents, most of whom are white (63.8%), while African Americans account for 18.6% of the population. It’s interesting to note that the city’s population has always been predominantly white and even though this is still the case, the number of white residents was even higher before – in 1950, they made up as much as 98.4%. When it comes to religion, the great majority of the residents are religious. The number of Christians is the highest (70%), while the ones who claim no religious affiliation account for 23%.
It should also be noted that, over the course of its history, Minneapolis was home to quite a few notable people, including numerous politicians, artists, scientists, etc. In case you’d like to take a look at the list of distinguished people from Minneapolis, you can find it here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_from_Minneapolis.
The Climate of Minneapolis, Minnesota
Whether you think of weather conditions as an important factor when moving someplace else or not, we recommend you always check the climate of the city you have chosen to move to, just to make sure you are prepared for everything you can expect once you get there. For that reason, we have included some information about the climate of Minneapolis. The city’s climate is categorized as hot summer humid continental, so it’s quite clear that the first thing you should expect is a hot and humid summer. In addition to this, you should know that great temperature differences are typical of humid continental climate, which means you’ll have to put up with rather cold winters. Winters are normally cold and snowy, but you shouldn’t worry about extremely low temperatures, as these are quite rare.
What to do in Minneapolis, Minnesota
In case you’re already thinking about the attractions you’d like to visit in Minneapolis, take a look at the following list of some of the must-visit places in the city and make sure you find more details about the ones that sound interesting to you.
- Walker Art Center
- Minneapolis Institute of Art
- Lake Harriet
- Saint Anthony Falls
- Nicollet Island
- Mill Ruins Park
- Minnehaha Regional Park
- Hidden Beach
As already said, these are only some suggestions, but if you need more ideas, you can find a longer list of places worth visiting here.
We assume you can’t wait to get to Minneapolis and explore the city yourself. The good news is that you don’t have to wait any longer now that you have us as your long distance movers by your side. Contact Trico Long Distance Movers and set the moving day. Our professional Pittsburgh movers are at your disposal, so, if needed, feel free to give us a ring and ask for any additional information before you are one hundred percent sure you are ready to relocate to Minneapolis, Minnesota. Don’t miss the chance to have one of the best long distance movers in the nation take care of your relocation. We are waiting for your call.