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Washington State to Nevada Movers

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Are you leaving Seattle-Tacoma and heading to Las Vegas? Let Apex move you there! Since 1997, we have been moving our customers all over the country, so you can depend on us.

We are a full-service long-distance moving company, and we provide services like:
• Packing and unpacking
• Storage options before or during your move
• Auto shipping

Here at Apex Movers, we are:
• Fully-licensed and insured
• Family-owned and operated
• Interstate agents for National Van Lines
• Offering in-home and virtual estimates

Get a free Washington to Nevada moving quote from Apex today! Call us at (800) 643-8896 or fill out our online quote form.

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Whether you’re drawn to the lights of Las Vegas or to the nature of the Silver State, Nevada is a popular destination for Washington state residents to move to. Living in Nevada comes with tons of benefits for those looking to relocate out of the Pacific Northwest, including an increasingly large job market and lower housing costs than Washington State.

You’re not alone in considering moving to Nevada from Washington. In 2020, the state’s population was 3.13 million and is continuing to grow at a fast rate – one of the fastest in the country. From 2010 to 2019, the state gained nearly 1 million residents.

Nevada is the perfect state for anyone who loves constant entertainment, exploring nature, or a combination of the two. You can find yourself in the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas or Reno one day, and the serenity of Red Rock Canyon the next.

Moving to Nevada

Las Vegas. Courtesy of Flickr.

Nevada’s weather can be a shock to those moving from the Pacific Northwest. Depending on what part of the state you end up in, you can be in a completely different climate. Nevada has both deserts and mountains, so you could be looking at summers with temperatures over 100 degrees or freezing winters.

If you don’t like dreary, rainy days in Washington, Nevada is a great choice, as it’s one of the top ten sunniest states in the U.S.

Though Nevada is famous for Las Vegas’ entertainment, there’s also no shortage of outdoor activities in the state, too. Nevada offers a little bit of everything to its residents – skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing and camping, to name just a few.

Some natural attractions that Nevada has are the Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon and Lake Tahoe.

It goes without saying that Nevada is filled with plenty of live entertainment, resorts, and casinos. Las Vegas is world-renowned for its nightlife, gambling, and party scene.

Depending on where you lived in Washington, you very well may have relied on public transportation. Of course, there are places in Nevada that offer public transportation, but the state is more spread out so it can be less available than it is in a city like Seattle. Moving to Nevada may be the time to get a car if you don’t have one before you move.

The Most Popular Destinations in Nevada:

Las Vegas: Everyone knows the expression “What Happens In Vegas, Stays In Vegas.” When most people think of Nevada, they think Las Vegas, and with good reason. “The Entertainment Capital of the World” is a destination for those who love nightlife, shopping, dining, and gambling. With many things to do and see, the possibilities are almost endless. You will never be bored in Las Vegas!

Red Rock Canyon, Nevada. Courtesy of Flickr.

Reno: If you like the bright lights of Las Vegas but want to settle somewhere smaller, look no further than Reno. With all the flash mixed with Wild West influences, Reno is an incredibly unique city. With plenty of casinos, hundreds of street murals, and unique events such as the Reno Rodeo there is plenty to check out, and Lake Tahoe is just a short drive away.

Carson City: If you’re looking for a more laid-back adventure, then look towards Carson City. The capital of Nevada offers attractions such as the Nevada State Museum, Bowers Mansion Regional Park, Brewery Arts Center, among many others.

Austin: The perfect place for anyone looking for a more unique town, Austin offers fascinating historical sites. Once a silver mining town, you can check out places such as Stokes Castle and the Toquima Cave Rock Art. Right next to these sites is a historic main street filled with shops and dining.

Long-Distance Moving Services to Nevada from Washington

Since 1997, Apex Movers have been completing seamless, stress-free moves for our customers. That’s because we offer a variety of services to fit your needs!

If you’re moving to Nevada from Washington, trust Apex to handle:

  • Packing and unpacking
  • Disassembly and reassembly of large furniture items
  • Use of or furnishing of specialty boxes to ensure safety
  • Give you a 100% free estimate with no obligation necessary

When moving across state lines, you’ll want to make sure that your movers are properly certified to move between those two states. Apex Movers can take you wherever you need to go in Nevada.

If you’re preparing for a move to Nevada from Washington, check out our Moving Tips page for helpful tips and information, and a timeline of tasks to complete before your move! We also offer our exhaustive Buyer’s Guide for Household Moves to provide answers to frequently asked questions and definitions of moving terms you may come across.

Get Your Free Estimate From Apex Moving & Storage

With 20+ years of experience moving in Washington state and beyond, Apex Movers are able to ensure a high-quality, low-stress move.

Give us a call at (800) 643-8896 to speak to an Apex Moving representative or fill out an online estimate form here.

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Are there items you can’t move?

There are certain items that cannot moved in moving trucks. Those items include:

  • Combustible Liquids (rubbing alcohol, antifreeze, cleaning materials, etc.)
  • Corrosive Liquids (Acid, Bleach, etc.)
  • Explosives (Fireworks, Ammunition, Dynamite, etc.)
  • Flammables (Aerosol Cans, Gasoline, Kerosene, Ammonia, Propane, etc.)
  • Food Items (Nothing perishable, subject to freezing, or sold in a bag or box)
  • Plants (No live plants or soil)
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