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If you’re moving across state lines, you should make sure that you’re moving company has what it takes to get you there. Pink Transfer Moving & Storage has been around since 1928 perfecting the moving process. Not only are we the only local moving company in California that is licensed to move in 11 different states including California, but we also offer services to make your move easier. These include:

  • Different boxes built for items such as lamps, antiques, televisions, and any other expensive, fragile, or oddly-shaped items you may have
  • Safe and secure warehouse storage
  • A unique moving plan to fit what you need

Not only do you need a moving company that has every service you need, but you need one you can trust. That’s why we are:

  • Certified to move in 10 different states including California
  • A proud member of the California Moving & Storage Association
  • Recommended highly by our past customers

If you’re making the move from California to New Mexico then give us a call at (888) 774-5668 or fill out a free quote form now!

California to New Mexico Movers

New Mexico is known as the “Land of Enchantment”, so it’s no wonder you’re considering moving there from California. If you’re weighing the pros and cons of making that move, it’s best to look at what New Mexico can offer you.

Whether you want to experience nature, historical sights or the arts, you will have no problem finding something to see or do in New Mexico. Maybe you’re moving to save money? Looking at Los Angeles and Albuquerque, the cost of living is 90.2% more expensive in Los Angeles.

New Mexico is a fascinating place filled with a unique blend of cultures and a rich history. Living in New Mexico will easily surpass your expectations. If you want to make your move, call us at (888) 774-5668 or fill out your free quote form here.

California to New Mexico Movers

A Look at Some of the Best Cities in New Mexico:

Sante Fe: One of the most unique cities in America, Sante Fe is sure to spark your interest. Just walking down the street will keep your interest with the fascinating, adobe-brick architecture that lines the road.

Being in Santa Fe means experiencing fascinating art, such as Meow Wolf, a permanent exhibit set up by a collection of artists, or one of the many galleries in the Canyon Road Arts District. It also means you can check out one of the dozen museums that can be found in the city. Santa Fe has something for everyone.

Albuquerque: This city is the biggest in New Mexico, and there’s a reason for that. Albuquerque is the perfect city for those who like to spend time outdoors. Whether you’re kayaking in the Rio Grande, making your way through the Sandia foothills, or strolling through Old Town, you are bound to have a good time. All of that is capped off by the International Balloon Fiesta where a large number of hot air balloons are launched into the air.

Mesilla: The smallest town mentioned here, Mesilla is a beautiful city home to the charming, historical Mesilla Plaza. For those who have an interest in the Wild West, you’ll find a former jail and courthouse converted into a Billy the Kidd gift shop. You’ll also be able to see a number of fascinating buildings including one of the only two basilicas in New Mexico, the oldest continuously operated theatre in the state, and more!

Planning a move to New Mexico

While there are definitely areas with large Hispanic populations in California, it doesn’t come close to the New Mexican Hispanic population, which makes up 47% of the total state population. While it may not be necessary to learn Spanish, it will definitely help to at least learn some of the language. Even if you’re not speaking Spanish to anyone, you’ll definitely come across people who will sprinkle some Spanish words into their vocabulary.

Depending on where you lived in California, you might have solely used public transportation. There are places in New Mexico that offer public transportation, but the state is more spread out, so it may be time to get a car if you’re making this move.

When moving across state lines, you’ll want to check that your movers are certified. The U.S. Department of Transportation regulates interstate moving, so look into or ask your moving company about their certifications before using them.

If you’re looking to do more research on the moving companies you may work with, check out the federal mover database to see information including where they’re located, safety information, and complaint history. As seen in the data for Pink Transfer, there have not been any complaints filed against the company in the last four years.

Call us if you have any questions and one of our Pink Transfer representatives will walk you through the process. Another option is to look at the Buyer’s Guide for Household Moves to find answers to frequently asked questions and definitions of moving terms that you might see.

Services for moving to New Mexico from California

Moving across state lines is serious, so make sure that your moving company is up to the task. Having been moving since 1928, Pink Transfer has the experience to get you there efficiently.

We make the moving process seamless by offering:

  • Packing and unpacking; to be with you every step of the way
  • Disassembly and reassembly of large items
  • Specialty boxes to ensure that fragile, expensive, or oddly-shaped items are safe
  • A free quote with absolutely no obligation

When you’re deciding who to move with, remember what Pink’s Transfer can offer you.

Get Your Free Quote From Pink Transfer Moving & Storage

Not only are we the only moving company that can take you to 10 different states outside of California, but we are the #1 moving company for interstate moves in Southern California.

Give us a call at (888) 774-5668 to set up your move today or get your move started by filling out a free quote here.

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