Tuesday January 17, 2017
Grass Valley gets about 54 inches of rain a year and as much as a foot or more of snow. Rocklin is not quite as wet—only 32 inches of annual rainfall and just a dusting of snow. But for both locations, about 80 percent of the annual precipitation falls between November and March, with December and January being the wettest months. So, if you move during the wintertime, there’s a fair chance you may have to deal with some rain or snow. Use our moving company's Winter Moving Checklist to keep your belongings safe during transit.
Thursday January 5, 2017
We propose a California Movers’ Resolution, that all movers in California commit to the idea of continuous improvement‚ 365 days a year! Here are three ideas we might start with to improve the overall quality of customers’ experiences. These apply not only to movers in Roseville, CA and movers in Granite Bay, CA, but to California moving companies in general.
Wednesday December 21, 2016
A realtor.com report states that sales of homes in Sacramento are expected to increase by 4.92 percent, and prices will grow by 7.18 percent. What are the implications of this real estate activity? Sacramento will be a hot spot for economic growth in 2017.
Tuesday December 13, 2016
I’ve never been to the North Pole and I can’t actually attest to just how big the factory is or how voluminous its output. If I were the elf in charge, I would probably subcontract with responsible storage companies to provide local storage all over the globe. Ernie’s Van & Storage could certainly provide enough storage to keep toys safe for the several thousand children who live in the Rocklin and Grass Valley areas. Besides, I think we’d be a perfect partner for Kris Kringle’s distribution network here in the north central region of California.
Thursday November 17, 2016
If you are moving to Granite Bay, you are going to find out for yourself why this community calls itself a “great place to live, work, and play.” For starters, it is located at the edge of the picturesque Sacramento Valley, near the graceful sweep of the Sierra Nevada foothills. The weather is generally pleasant, and although summer temperatures reach easily into the 90s, the air is dry and evenings are cool. Winters are mild, with lows around 40. Good schools, low crime rate, and a high quality of life make moving to Granite Bay attractive.