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You can have the best of both worlds as you move southward to North Carolina : business and pleasure. It’s home to big industries and a number of Fortune 500 and 1000 companies as well as host to the scenic Appalachian mountain views, sunny ocean shores, and plenty of finger-lickin’ good NC-style barbeque. No matter what direction you take, you’ll likely be a forever tourist in your southern abode.

Making your moving plans stress-free is as simple as working with Piece of Cake Moving and Storage. As East Coast moving professionals, we’re no stranger to relocating New Yorkers to all parts of North Carolina, whether it be for couples, families, students, or professionals. And we’ve got the services and supplies to handle any move, including packing, furniture reassembly, and even storage options to make your touchdown into North Carolina a smooth landing.

Experienced in moving you from NY to North Carolina

Best NY to North Carolina movers

You can have the best of both worlds as you move southward to North Carolina : business and pleasure. It’s home to big industries and a number of Fortune 500 and 1000 companies as well as host to the scenic Appalachian mountain views, sunny ocean shores, and plenty of finger-lickin’ good NC-style barbeque. No matter what direction you take, you’ll likely be a forever tourist in your southern abode.

Making your moving plans stress-free is as simple as working with Piece of Cake Moving and Storage. As East Coast moving professionals, we’re no stranger to relocating New Yorkers to all parts of North Carolina, whether it be for couples, families, students, or professionals. And we’ve got the services and supplies to handle any move, including packing, furniture reassembly, and even storage options to make your touchdown into North Carolina a smooth landing.

Moving you to North Carolina and all of its major cities and towns

Piece of Cake Moving and Storage moves New Yorkers to all the cities and towns in the North Carolina. They include major centers such as:

  • Apex
  • Asheville
  • Carolina Beach
  • Chapel Hill
  • Charlotte
  • Concord
  • Durham
  • Emerald Isle
  • Fayetteville
  • Fort Bragg
  • Gastonia
  • Goldsboro
  • Greensboro
  • Harrisburg
  • Havelock
  • Hendersonville
  • Hickory
  • Holly Springs
  • Hope Mills
  • Indian Trail
  • Jacksonville
  • Kannapolis
  • Kings Mountain
  • Kinston
  • Lake Norman of Catawba
  • Lincolnton
  • Morehead City
  • Mount Airy
  • Nags Head
  • Pinehurst
  • Raleigh
  • Rocky Mount
  • Shelby
  • Spring Lake
  • Tarboro
  • Waxhaw
  • Wilkesboro
  • Wilmington
  • Winston-Salemo
  • Winterville

Our top moving tips when moving to North Carolina

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Our top moving tips when moving to North Carolina

If part of your reason for leaving New York is to experience hotter temps, you’re in luck. North Carolina definitely brings the heat and humidity in the summer when temperatures range between 90 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit, but about 10 degrees cooler in the coastal areas. The other seasons are pretty mild and snow is rare.

Veering away from 4 distinct seasons may be quite a change for some. It’s also wise to be aware of hurricane season. Keeping watch for warnings typically between June 1 and November 30 and purchasing insurance in anticipation of an event may be a new normal for you.

But, you’ll share the experience with just about 10.5 million other current North Carolina residents — and there may be more in the future. The state’s population is growing and NC is the 9th on the list of the largest states in the country. With a state this big, you’ll bet your tangy BBQ there’s more to know about moving to North Carolina:

  • Cost of living: In general, the cost of living in North Carolina is below the national average. This includes a lower cost for transportation, groceries, and housing. The median home cost in the state is at $242,300, compared to the national average of $291,700. If you’re planning on apartment-dwelling, monthly rent can range from $765 for a studio pad to $1,566 for a place with 4 bedrooms. As you consider how to cover the mortgage or rent payments, it may be good to know that the median household income is $54,602. Relatedly, the North Carolina state individual income tax is a flat 5.25%. Thinking about how far your paycheck will go, you may also consider that the state sales tax is 4.75%. With the added local sales tax though, it can be as high as 7.5% depending on which county you’re in. When it comes to getting around, several larger cities have public transportation options, such as the bus and rail lines of the Charlotte Area Transit System or buses and rideshares with the Greensboro Transit Agency. Rates for adults in both systems are under $2.50, which is less than a one-way ride on the MTA in NYC.
  • Outdoorsy amenities: From sandy beaches to turf grass to mountain peaks, this state has a lot to discover and enjoy. With 300 miles of coastline, you’ll have your pick of surfside spots to choose from. One popular destination to sit with the sun and some history is the Outer Banks — which are actually a line of over 100 miles of barrier islands off the coast of the state. If a hike is up your alley, visit the North Carolina side of the most-visited national park, Great Smoky Mountain National Park. If that one’s not on the top of your list, you’ll also have over 50 state and national parks to explore. And for those whose clubs are ready to see the green, North Carolina is no stranger to a golf course. You can play an award-winning round at the Pinehurst No. 2 course, a U.S. Open Anchor site. No matter what outdoor recreation is your top choice, you’ll find it in this state.
  • East to West Barbeque: You may have already heard that this Southern state has its own style of barbeque. Depending on where you are, you may be asking whether the barbeque is Eastern-style or Lexington/Western NC-style. Eastern NC-style barbeque is a vinegar- and pepper-based sauce with a “everything but the squeal” use of the pig. In the Western part of the state, you may find a Lexington/Western NC-style that adds ketchup to the vinegar/pepper sauce mix and primarily features pork shoulder. Not sure which one will tickle your taste buds? You can take a tour of North Carolina’s Barbeque Historical Society’s Historic Barbeque Trail, featuring BBQ pits of note that’ll take you from Herb’s Pit BBQ in Murphy, NC to the Skylight Inn located in Ayden, NC.
  • Historical significance: “The Old North” state has a rich history, beginning in 1584 when Sir Walter Raleigh sent folks over the Atlantic to settle the first English colony in North Carolina’s Roanoke Island. You can visit the Fort Raleigh National Historical Site to learn more about those first years of New World settlements from 1584-1590. Revolutionary War buffs can tour the Moores Creek National Battlefield, the site of war’s first battle in North Carolina in the year 1776. Fans of aviation history will be familiar with Wilbur and Orville Wright, two brothers who first took flight on December 17, 1903 in the state. You can stand where the flight took off at the Wright Brothers National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills, NC. For those seeking more maritime monuments, look no further than NC’s collection of lighthouses, including the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. It’s the tallest lighthouse in the country, standing 257 feet tall!
  • Key industries: There are a number of big industries in the state where you can make your mark in the business world after relocating. If you’re in finance, you may already know that Charlotte is home to the second largest banking center in the country, just behind New York City. Other key industries in the state include energy, biotechnology, education (home to several major universities including Duke, UNC at Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Davidson, North Carolina State, and Appalachian State), and aerospace. North Carolina is a big name in the furniture business as well. High Point, North Carolina is referred to as the “Home Furniture Capital of the World,” hosting the largest furnishings trade show and more than 100 furniture stores and outlets.
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