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Arizona is famous for its desert climate and its beautiful sunsets. The northern part of Arizona features mountain ranges, pine forests and big canyons (see, Grand Canyon). Northern Arizona receives significant snowfalls, and snow has been known to fall as far south as Tucson

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Here are some things you should know before moving to Arizona:

Summer is the off-season. Moving to Arizona, especially Phoenix, Tucson and their respective surrounding areas, during the summer can considerably reduce your moving costs because it is the off-season. Winter is more expensive, primarily due to an influx of seasonal residents, making it more difficult to book moving trucks and companies.

Some Arizona hot weather tips to keep in mind include:

  • If possible, try to park your car in the shade.
  • Don’t immediately touch a steering wheel or leather seats with bare skin without cooling down the interior of your car first.
  • Never leave pets or children in your car unattended. This is required all year round, but it is especially dangerous to do in the summer.
  • Don’t leave your phone in the sun because it will overheat and shut off.
  • Stay hydrated! Some say to drink half your body weight in fluids; others recommend eight glasses of water a day. Whatever the amount, just make sure you’re drinking enough for you.
  • Don’t throw out all your winter clothes. When the summer heat finally passes, anything below 70 degrees is going to feel extremely cold.

Having moved from the San Diego, CA myself, I know that it is something that needs to be thought out carefully, as there is alot more to think about in addition to figuring out where you are going to live or maybe work in your new job.

There are other important things that need to be considered, such as school for your kids, work, environment, culture, and more,when planning to Move To Arizona.

Certainly the weather should also seriously be considered. I have heard people say they just hate the heat and are moving back to San Diego, CA and that they should have never considered the Move To Arizona. Others say quite the opposite, like myself, who wonder how they ever lived in California.

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10 Things to Know Before Moving to Arizona

  1. Cooking with cactus is big in Arizona.
  2.  Arizona’s art scene is thriving.
  3.  There’s a New-Age vibe in Arizona.
  4. Spring training makes pro baseball accessible
  5.  Arizona may be the newest swing state.
  6. public education funding is low in Arizona.
  7. The Grand Canyon never gets old.
  8.  You can explore Arizona’s Native heritage.
  9.  You can explore Arizona’s Native heritage.
  10. Arizona is an Instagram’s dream.

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$4000Flat Rate
  • Packing service is not included

Relocating to Arizona from San Diego

Arizona is appealing for many reasons. From the wonderful temperatures to its gorgeous sunsets, Arizona is very attractive for a place to move. In the North, you will find expansive mountain ranges, pine forests and big canyons. In this area of Northern Arizona, you can enjoy snowfalls from the North to Tuscon.

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Before moving to Arizona, you should check out our tips.

Moving in off-season during Summer can significantly lower your moving costs. This includes Phoenix, Tucson and their respective surrounding areas. The days in the summer average temperatures over 100 degrees. In July and August, there are frequent afternoon monsoons with expansive thunderstorms which lead to flood damage on the streets and underpasses. If you opt to move to Arizona in the summer, consider an early morning or late evening move. Winter requires more moving money. This is because there is a large percentage of seasonal locals which leads to greater demand on moving trucks and companies. To consider the best place to move in Arizona, consider the mountain areas where the heat is not an issue, especially when compared to the heat in other areas of Arizona.

In all, there are 15 counties to choose from when considering a move to Arizona. Phoenix is a huge city with many suburbs, neighborhoods and urban villages, while Tucson touts a build out of 200 square miles to choose from. Other popular cities include Mesa, Flagstaff, Scottsdale Yuma, and Tempe.

If you are a sports enthusiast, Phoenix is the foundation for numerous professional sport teams including the Phoenix Suns (NBA), Phoenix Mercury (WNBA), Phoenix Coyotes (NHL), Arizona Cardinals (NFL), Arizona Rattlers, (AFL) and the Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB). Baseball fans enjoy Phoenix and the surrounding areas, which annually host Major League Baseball’s spring training Cactus League from mid February through opening day of the regular season. You can enjoy baseball fields within the state—from Phoenix, Mesa and Tempe to Glendale, Goodyear and Scottsdale.

For college sports, a favorite belongs with Arizona State University, located in Tempe. It is part of the PAC-12 conference—the Sun Devils tops the charts. Tucson is the city called home to the University of Arizona of the PAC-12 conference and semi-pro soccer teams. Tucson is currently hoping to entice Major League Soccer to town for a spring training agreement to mimic the one MLB has in the Phoenix area. Too, Flagstaff is home to the NAU programs in the Big Sky Conference in most sports and the Western Athletic Conference in other sports.

When considering address changes, we encourage you to change your address online. It’s quick and easy!

We’re doing moves from San Diego to Arizona on weekly bases!

Our experience movers handling 1-3 moves to Arizona per week. Rate for moving from San Diego to Arizona is calculated based on total miles from our Headquarter in San Diego, CA to the final destination in Arizona.

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