Congratulations on your big decision to move to Oregon!

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

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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Learn all about the

Benefits of Living in Oregon

When you ask Oregonians what they love about living in the Beaver State, you will get a wealth of replies, all relating to an exceptional quality of life. New York may have been very good to you, but now it's time to look forward to all the amazing things Oregon has to offer.

1. Experience a

Moderate Climate

New York’s changing seasons are part of its appeal, but you’ll quickly come to appreciate Oregon’s year-round moderate climate. Sure, it does rain, but that contributes to the lush beauty you’ll find all around you.

2. There are

Mountains Everywhere

Oregon’s Cascade Mountain range dominates the landscape and separates the state’s wet western side from its dry eastern side.  The Old Cascades are non-volcanic mountains that offer scenic easy hiking options, dotted with beautiful wildflower fields.

The High Cascades include active volcanoes, most of which have not erupted for decades.  Among them is Mount Ranier, with a 4,411 feet elevation. It is a popular destination for hikers, skiers, and other winter sports enthusiasts who relish its lush greenery, famous stretches of wildflowers. Constant snowfalls at higher altitudes make skiing possible year-round.

East of Eugene is The Three Sisters, the iconic, closely situated dormant volcanic triumvirate of the High Cascades. Named for the virtues, Faith, Hope, and Charity by pioneers in the 1840s, each sister rises over 10,000 feet. The youngest and tallest sister, Charity, is the least eroded of the three and provides excellent skiing and hiking trails.

3. Find

Outdoor Fun and Sun

Hiking and skiing aren’t your only options for outdoor fun. The 35-mile Fruit Loop of northern Oregon’s scenic Hood River Valley is perfect for a day of picking berries, apples and other seasonal fruits. You can also tour the valley’s wineries and quench your thirst at one of the many cider stands along the loop.

If the beach is your happy place, Meyers Beach on Oregon’s southern coast is one of the world’s most beautiful destinations, often featured in movies, commercials, and photography. Its shallow slope into the ocean makes it ideal for windsurfing and traditional surfing. Rock columns protruding from the sea create delightful walkways with stunning effects. Any of  Oregon’s beaches are perfect for sunbathing, beachcombing, walking, jogging, and horseback riding.

Are you a free spirit? If so, you’ll enjoy gliding a kayak along numerous lakes and rivers, looking for hidden coves and passing dramatic canyons. If you love an adrenaline rush, gather your crew for a white water rafting adventure. Finally, of course

4. Oregon has

Projected Job Growth

Although Oregon’s economy has traditionally depended on its natural resources and agriculture, a growing emphasis on service, tech, and manufacturing began following the Great Recession of the 1980s and will likely continue well into the next decade. As a result, if you are looking for a career change, there are many openings to fill in healthcare, medical technology, computer programming, and alternative energy fields.

5. Enjoy

No Sales Tax

That’s right! If math isn’t your forte, you never need to worry about making a quick calculation in your head to ensure you have enough money to pay before you reach the cash register. Instead, Oregon collects a slightly higher income tax to help fund the state. Oregon residents also do not pay taxes on stock and bond accounts. Overall, this system encourages spending, which is good for the economy.

6. Oregon is a

Coffee Lovers' Paradise

If you’re relocating from New York, you’re probably wondering how you will satisfy the caffeine habit you’ve developed thanks to the plethora of coffee varieties available through artisanal and chain suppliers. Well, Oregon’s got you covered. Oregon is a coffee mecca for anyone who loves their brew straight up, foaming, on ice, or any of the myriad ways the state’s adept baristas serve it up.

7. You'll Find an Abundance of

Amazing Seafood

Life in Oregon means easy access to some of the freshest seafood in the nation. Local independent family fisheries using sustainable practices provide year-round access to a seasonal selection of wild salmon, rockfish, oysters, pink shrimp, and crab, making Oregon a seafood lover’s paradise.

8. Enjoy

Farm Fresh Products

Prepare your taste buds for an explosion of vibrant flavors! A relatively short growing season, temperate climate, and volcanic soil produce some of the country’s most delicious produce, including world-renowned hazelnuts.

Of the total amount of fruits, vegetables, nuts, milk, meat, and seeds Oregon farmers produce, 80% goes to other states, and 40% goes to other countries that appreciate the quality. So don’t be surprised if you get the urge to switch careers and live off the land as a homesteader.

9. Ge Ready for Plenty of

Craft Beer

Oregon’s climate is perfect for harvesting the flowers of the hop plant, which are critical for beer production. Nutrient-rich soil and a pure water supply come together to promote a culture of craft breweries that produce some of the most sought-after small-batch specialty beers in the country.

10. Oregon is Focused on

Green Living

Oregon is among the greenest states in the country and ranks first for renewable energy consumption. The majority of its electrical power comes from water, coal, natural gas, wind, and the sun. In addition, Oregon’s fertile farmland provides environmentally beneficial biomass energy resources. Geothermal heat from a mountainous topography produces electrical power and helps maintain indoor temperature control. Oregon certainly makes it possible for you to do your part to save the planet.

Saying goodbye to The Empire State won’t be easy, but saying hello to Oregon will be effortless.

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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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