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Experienced in moving you from NY to Virginia

Moving from New York may have you missing the big city feel and the surrounding quaint country areas. From the history-rich Northern Virginia region, to scenic views on the Appalachian Trail, to the sun and sand of Virginia beach, you can get your metropolitan fix and head out for the country when the time calls for it.

As experienced East Coast moving professionals, Piece of Cake Moving and Storage regularly moves New Yorkers to all the major cities and towns of Virginia. With no move too big or too small, we’re ready to make moving to VA easy for couples, families, students, and professionals. Our moving supplies and services ranging from packing, furniture assembly, storage options, and more can make your relocation, well… a piece of cake!

Experienced in moving you from NY to Virginia

Best NY to Virginia movers

Moving from New York may have you missing the big city feel and the surrounding quaint country areas. From the history-rich Northern Virginia region, to scenic views on the Appalachian Trail, to the sun and sand of Virginia beach, you can get your metropolitan fix and head out for the country when the time calls for it.

As experienced East Coast moving professionals, Piece of Cake Moving and Storage regularly moves New Yorkers to all the major cities and towns of Virginia. With no move too big or too small, we’re ready to make moving to VA easy for couples, families, students, and professionals. Our moving supplies and services ranging from packing, furniture assembly, storage options, and more can make your relocation, well… a piece of cake!

Moving you to Virginia 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 Virginia. They include major centers such as:

  • Abingdon
  • Alexandria
  • Annandale
  • Arlington
  • Ashburn
  • Blacksburg
  • Chantilly
  • Charlottesville
  • Chesapeake
  • Chesterfield
  • Chincoteague
  • Christiansburg
  • Colonial Heights
  • Culpeper
  • Fairfax
  • Falls Church
  • Fredericksburg
  • Front Royal
  • Glen Allen
  • Hampton
  • Harrisonburg
  • Herndon
  • Jamestown
  • Leesburg
  • Lorton
  • Lynchburg
  • Manassas
  • Martinsville
  • McLean
  • Mechanicsville
  • Newport News
  • Norfolk
  • Petersburg
  • Portsmouth
  • Radford
  • Reston
  • Richmond
  • South Hill
  • Stafford
  • Staunton
  • Suffolk
  • Tysons
  • Virginia Beach
  • Washington, D.C.

  • Waynesboro
  • Williamsburg
  • Wytheville
  • Yorktown

Our top moving tips when moving to Virginia

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Our top moving tips when moving to Virginia

When it comes to the weather, you’ll be happy to know that your New York wardrobe will likely remain useful in the Virginia climate. You’ll still experience all four seasons in this humid, sub-tropical climate, though the average weather is not too hot and not too cold.

If you live in the mountain regions, you may experience a bit less humidity and slightly lower temps (by about 10 degrees on average).

In rain, snow, or sun, traffic in Virginia can sometimes be heavy — especially the closer you get to Washington, DC. With any commuting you do, you’ll be sharing the roadways with about 8.6 million fellow Virginians. There’s quite a bit more to know about moving to this state beyond the traffic and weather reports, so you may be interested in learning more about:

  • Cost of living: Overall, living in VA is slightly more expensive than the national average. The median home cost is $329,200 as compared to $291,700 national median home cost. For apartment dwellers, the average monthly rent ranges from $1,111 for a studio going all the way to about $2,030 for a four-bedroom abode. To consider how to pay for rent or a mortgage, the average salary in Virginia is $64,792. Speaking of take-home pay, income taxes in the state can range from 2% to 5.75% and are based on how much you make each year. It’s good to note that Virginia has reciprocity with Washington DC and several other states, including Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and West Virginia when it comes to income tax. Generally speaking, for those VA residents who commute outside of the state for work and do not have an abode in that other reciprocity state, you will only own income taxes in the state of Virginia.
  • Peaks, valleys, and shores: There’s no shortage of beautiful scenery in this state. Starting on the sand, Virginia boasts about 38 miles of coastline. You’re likely to find a spot on the sand that suits your fancy. If you’re hoping for a hiking and sandy stroll hybrid, look no further than Virginia Beach’s First Landing State Park. For a truly unique experience, you can visit the Assateague Island National Seashore; in addition to a beach, the island is home to the Chincoteague Wildlife Refuge and the Chincoteague ponies that roam wild there. Speaking of beaches and four-legged creatures, Virginia also has several pet-friendly beaches so you can enjoy the changing tides with canine friends. To experience the “highs” and “lows” of the landscape, you can explore 217 miles of the state’s Blue Ridge Mountains and trek around the Shenandoah Valley region (home of Shenandoah National Park).
  • Whole lotta history: As the 10th state in the union, Virginia is a place of much historical importance. To get up to speed, you can begin your journey back in time (to the 18th century) at the world’s largest outdoor living museum: Colonial Williamsburg. If you’re big on real estates with some real history, you can plan a visit to George Washington’s Mount Vernon and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello to get a sense of life and happenings at their homesteads. The Appomattox Court House, the location of the end of the Civil War when the Army of Northern Virginia surrendered on April 9, 1985, may also be a must-see for Civil War buffs and history fanatics. Virginia is also the site of the Arlington National Cemetery, where over 14,000 service people have been laid to rest. And that’s just some of the history within the state boundaries; you may also want to check out the Virginia Museum of History and Culture for more once you’ve settled in.
  • Local flavors: The taste of Virginia runs the gamut from snacks to sweets. Virginia peanuts may be a feature on menus and heralded as a gourmet crunchy treat. This local delicacy is actually it’s own peanut variety, being the kind you often find in the shell rather than in a jar. You may need a tool to crack open some of the state’s other specialties, because there are plenty of local crab and oysters to dine on. Another area treat you may come across are fried pies, a hand-held confection typically filled with fruit. There’s also a dish that comes with a bit of contention: Brunswick stew. Originally made with long-simmered squirrel and corn, the origins of this recipe are claimed by both Brunswick County, Virginia and Brunswick, Georgia. Perhaps you can make your own judgment call after ordering a bowl. If you need something to wash it all down, look no further than Virginia’s wine country.
  • Weird laws: Virginia has some wacky and interesting laws on the books. For instance, trick-or-treating is illegal for those over a certain age (typically between 12 and 14 years old) in some parts of the state. And, hunting on Sundays for any fur-bearing animals is illegal on public lands… except for raccoons. Certain cities have some interesting legal restrictions as well. Perhaps you didn’t know that it’s illegal to wash a mule on the sidewalk in Culpeper, VA. In Norfolk, it’s also illegal to spit on seagulls. If you’re trying to figure out who will pay for the coffee date in Richmond, it’s illegal to flip a coin to do it. It’s good to note that enforcement may vary between localities.
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