Congratulations on your big decision to move to Nevada!

Since White Gloves Genesis in 1988, We’ve performed over one-thousand long distance moves to Nevada. 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 Nevada.

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.

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Benefits of Living in Nevada

An extraordinary adventure awaits when you move from New York to Nevada. The landscape in Nevada is unlike anything you’ve seen and includes arid deserts, rugged mountains and vibrant grasslands. The climate, culture and terrain contrast sharply with that of New York, but before long, you’ll wish you had moved to Nevada sooner. Before you make the trip, you can see everything the Silver State has to offer.

Experience the Dry Climate

Nevada features a wide range of temperature fluctuations with warm summers that range from the 70s to the low 100s and mild winters that range in the low 50s to right below freezing. Las Vegas is one of the warmest locations, but the state’s Northern landscape features cooler forest temperatures with a higher elevation. The first thing you’ll notice about the weather is the lack of humidity. Nevada only receives around 10 inches of rain a year. However, what it lacks in precipitation can be forgiven when you’re surrounded by gorgeous scenery.

Nevada has Plenty of Open Land

The Silver State got its name after silver was discovered in the mid-19th century, and visitors from around the globe rushed to the state to cash in on the precious metal. After a few decades, most of the silver was gone, but some of the saloons and settlements remained. The land in Nevada is vast, and when you travel across the state, it’s wise to be well-stocked on gas and supplies. Cities and towns are often several hours apart, and you don’t want to get stranded on a stretch of federal land.

Most of the land in the state is owned by the federal government. You’ve likely heard of the most famous section of government land located 83 miles from Las Vegas. Area 51 has held the country’s attention for several decades, but if you’re curious about the secret base, avoid making a trip to the site. A secret military base does not have a gift shop, and they don’t allow civilian visitors. Knowing that you live in a state that supposedly has captured aliens should be sufficient entertainment.

Nevada has some Strange Laws

Before you spend a night out on the town in Nevada, you may want to familiarize yourself with some of the strange laws that do not exist in other states. If you move to or visit Eureka, try to avoid kissing your wife if you have a mustache. Mustache kissing is prohibited along with riding a camel on the highway.

In Las Vegas, you would assume they have an easy-going attitude, but they have some of the strangest laws of any city. If you’re on a public street in Las Vegas, you cannot:

  • Use a megaphone
  • Feed the homeless
  • Feed the pigeons
  • Perform a hip-hop concert
  • Use a hula hoop

Welcome to

The Gambling Capital

Yes, the laws may be weird in Las Vegas, but where else can you visit so many world-class casinos. Some of the city’s premier resorts include the MGM Grand, Aria Resort and Casino, the Venetian Resort Las Vegas and the Luxor Hotel and Casino. In addition to gambling, you can visit five-star restaurants and catch a live musical performance from international artists like Rod Stewart and Shania Twain.

Casinos and resorts in Las Vegas are unique in the ways that they embrace excess. The Luxor is a replica of an Egyptian pyramid that features the Luxor Sky Beam. The Sky beam is positioned at the pyramid’s peak, and it shines a 723-lumen cylinder of intense light into the night sky. If you drop by the Venetian Resort, you can ride a gondola into the casino.


Red Rock and the Hoover Dam

If you travel 15 miles west of Las Vegas, you can visit the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The canyon has towering red rock formations that can reach 3000 feet tall, and it’s a popular spot for hikers and experienced climbers. The area also includes a 13-mile loop road for cyclists who enjoy a strenuous workout in high elevations.

Another popular destination is the breathtaking Hoover Dam. The dam is located on the Colorado River on the border of Arizona and Nevada. You can take a power plant tour, dam tour or visit the visitor center and café.

There’s Gold in Nevada

Although settlers picked the primary deposits of silver clean, gold production in Nevada accounts for nearly two-thirds of the world’s supply. If you want to try gold panning, you can travel to Chollar mine in Virginia City or the Rye Patch State Recreation Area in Lovelock. Most mines offer guided tours, but they use a separate area for gold panning that does not interfere with daily operations.

Nevada has

A Better Cost of Living

If you’re accustomed to paying a high rent or mortgage in New York, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by Nevada’s real estate market. The medium home cost in Las Vegas is just over $270,000 compared to around $680,000 for a home in New York. With the money you save on housing, you can buy a much larger property in Nevada with an affordable mortgage. Living in a metropolitan city like Las Vegas is 67.7% cheaper than living in New York City. If you move to a small town or rural area in Nevada, the living costs are even lower.

Adapting to Nevada’s culture, climate and laws may be a life-changing experience, but you’ll enjoy the experience and soon, you’ll feel right at home. For professional help with your move to Nevada, you can count on the expertise of White Gove Moving.


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.

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