Congratulations on your big decision to move to New Hampshire!

Since White Gloves Genesis in 1988, We’ve performed over one-thousand long distance moves to New Hampshire. We hope to see you on moving day!

Our Moving Process

The White Glove Treatment

We are licensed to perform local moves in New Jersey to relocate customers to any location in the continental United States, including New Hampshire.

White Glove is also happy to offer a flat price on your long distance move. Our prices are based on your inventory rather than charging based on factors like weight or cubic feet. This helps eliminate variable on the move day and gives our consumers complete control over your price and removes all surprises.

Request a Quote

Learn all about the

Benefits of Living in New Hampshire

New Hampshire is the quintessential New England state. If you've ever seen a photo of ruby-red autumn leaves, chances are you're looking at a region in this Northeastern state. Anyone who loves fresh air and fabulous foliage will fall for the Granite State's pristine natural splendor.

But New Hampshire is far more than a "pretty postcard." Indeed, as more Americans learn about this state's benefits, they're getting interested in re-locating here. If you're thinking about moving from New Jersey to New Hampshire, please know that White Glove Moving can help. Please don't hesitate to call our friendly staff at (877) 941-0568 with any questions.

Live Outside

The "Natural Choice" For Nature Lovers!

If you’re someone who loves exploring the great outdoors, New Hampshire is the state for you. The Granite State boasts some of the nation’s finest hiking and biking trails, including the famous Flume Gorge and the dazzling White Mountain National Park. Don’t forget to take the fun trolley ride up to the top of Northeast’s tallest peak: Mt. Washington.

Once autumn rolls around, New Hampshire’s trees transform into an awe-inspiring mix of yellows, reds, and oranges. Trust us, the photos of New Hampshire’s fall foliage can’t compare with seeing it first-hand. Luckily for many residents, you can watch these leaves slowly change color right from your doorstep.

And don’t get us started on the snow! Once winter begins, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ski, snowshoe, or snowboard all over this state. A few of New Hampshire’s hottest (or should we say “coolest?”) winter destinations include Bretton Woods, King Pine, and North Conway.

Need A Beach Break?

New Hampshire Has That, Too!

New Hampshire doesn’t have the longest coastline in the US, but it sure makes the most of what it’s got. This is especially the case in the summer resort town of Hampton. Along Hampton Beach, visitors can enjoy strolling on a beautiful boardwalk, pressing their luck at flashy casinos, and dining at dozens of restaurants. By the way, Hampton Beach puts on a fabulous Seafood Festival every September with plenty of fresh food and family-friendly events.

As you travel north along the Atlantic coast, you’ll run into another spectacular NH city: Portsmouth. Founded in the 1600s, Portsmouth is one of the oldest cities in America. If you love exploring old mansions and historical museums, you’ll love taking a tour of Portsmouth’s well-preserved downtown. Plus, Portsmouth is close to one of the Northeast’s most popular water parks: Water Country.

Pro tip: be sure to bundle up and visit Portsmouth during December. This city puts on many fantastic Christmas events every year, including live music, public skating, and gingerbread house competitions.

Explore Great Cities!

Bye-Bye NYC; Hello Boston (And Montréal!)

While New Hampshire’s scenery steals the show, that doesn’t mean “culture vultures” will starve. True, this state doesn’t have a “big city” by New Jersey standards, but there are plenty of cultural opportunities nearby.

Most significantly, New Hampshire is a short drive from Boston. OK, Beantown might not be as cosmopolitan as NYC, but we doubt you’ll get bored on a trip to this fantastic city. Whether you’re into the arts, sports, or entertainment, Boston has plenty to enjoy.

But Boston isn’t the only major city nearby New Hampshire. Indeed, if you keep traveling north, you’ll hit one of Canada’s top metropolises: Montréal. It’s also relatively easy to plan a trip to historic Québec City or Ottawa. Just don’t forget to update your passport before crossing the northern border!


New Hampshire Has A Sterling Safety Report

No matter where you’re moving to, safety is always a primary concern. Luckily for you, New Hampshire has one of the lowest crime rates in the USA.

Indeed, US News & World Report now claims New Hampshire is the safest state in the nation. According to analysts at SafeWise, New Hampshire residents are far less likely to be victims of violent crime or theft versus the national average. SafeWise also says New Hampshire residents don’t worry about crime as much as people in other states.

Honestly, it’s more likely you’ll get hurt shoveling snow than in a fight while living in New Hampshire.

Top Notch Learning

New Hampshire "Makes The Grade" In Terms Of Education

Just like safety, New Hampshire takes its educational standards seriously. A recent WalletHub survey ranked New Hampshire’s public education system as the sixth-best in the nation. US News & World Report also claims New Hampshire has one of the nation’s top-performing school systems.

As a bonus, New Hampshire is also home to one of the USA’s highest-ranking private universities: Dartmouth. Other solid centers for higher learning in NH include Saint Anselm College and the University of New Hampshire.

Get Ready to Save

Shop With No Sales Tax!

There’s a good reason people in nearby states sneak into New Hampshire for groceries. Unlike most other states, New Hampshire doesn’t impose a sales tax on residents. On top of that, you won’t have to worry about an income tax on your salary while working in New Hampshire.

Although some people complain about New Hampshire’s high property taxes, they’re not all that higher than New Jersey’s rates. When WalletHub analyzed total taxes in each US state, New Jersey has one of the highest overall burdens. By contrast, New Hampshire was near the bottom of WalletHub’s list.

New Hampshire Is Hiring!

Employment Opportunities abound In The Granite State

We won’t lie: many professionals live in New Hampshire to take advantage of its lower taxes while keeping their Boston-based job. It’s no secret that Boston has loads of job opportunities, which is an obvious benefit for New Hampshire residents. Anyone who’s into fields such as tech, finance, education, or medicine, will probably find loads of job offers in nearby Beantown.

However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t tempting job opportunities in New Hampshire proper. In fact, New Hampshire’s Gross State Product has consistently increased year-on-year. The Granite State is also home to many big-name employers such as BAE Systems, Lockheed Martin, Oracle, Fidelity, and Budweiser.

White Glove’s Long Distance Price Lock Guarantee

White Glove is proud to be the only Long-Distance mover in New Jersey & New York to offer, “Long-Distance Price Lock.

This means the price we quote you before your move is always the price you pay after the move. 

No hidden fees, no circumstantial costs, no nickel or diming you for things you didn’t agree to. That’s one of the ways we make your moving day a White Glove experience. Learn more about other commitments we make to our customers.

Request a Free Quote

Get Started

Get your free moving estimate

Request a quote

Call 1-800-340-1911

"*" indicates required fields

MM slash DD slash YYYY
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.