Moving Guide to Fort Mill SC
Are you moving to Fort Mill South Carolina? The town of Fort Mill, SC is wonderfully located in the northern part of South Carolina along the I-77 corridor just south of Charlotte, NC. We have a small town, laid back lifestyle with access to all the amenities of a major metropolitan area. Fort Mill has been and continues to be one of the fastest-growing areas in the state. Many have moved here specifically for the Fort Mill schools which are among the best in the state. Continue reading “Fort Mill Relocation Guide”
Best Indian Land Neighborhoods: Rosemont
Rosemont is a newer home community located off of Highway 160 in Indian Land. It is a Ryan Home community lined with sidewalks and full of plenty of amenities to keep every member of your family busy. Plus there’s plenty of shopping in nearby Ballantyne and Blakeney. Continue reading “Indian Land, SC Neighborhood Guide”
The US National Whitewater Center is hands down one of the coolest places ever. Located in Charlotte off of I-85 near Belmont, the Whitewater Center consists of 400 acres along the Catawba River. It is the largest man-made white water river in the world, filled with 12 million gallons of well water. And it’s only about 20 minutes from Fort Mill. How lucky are we? Continue reading “US National Whitewater Center”
Charlotte Relocation Guide
It’s hard to imagine that a city of almost 2 million people can still feel small. For those who prefer the big city feel, a condo or flat Uptown will do the trick. If you prefer a smaller, family-friendly neighborhood where everyone knows each other, venture south a bit. Regardless of what you are looking for, there is something for everyone in Charlotte.
Below we list a plethora of Charlotte attractions and positive traits of the city. When people think of Charlotte, many people immediately think of banking. Well, at least they did before the economy started to decline. The truth is, yes, Charlotte is a big banking center- 2nd to New York City- however; despite what many people think, banking is not the industry responsible for the greatest number of jobs in Mecklenburg County. In fact, it’s not even the 3rd, 4th, or 5th. Believe it or not, Manufacturing accounts for the largest number of jobs in Charlotte- 135,000 of them! Second is retail trade, third is healthcare, fourth is accommodation and food services, and banking comes in at seven. Continue reading “Moving to Charlotte?”
Moving offices can be an expensive and stressful project especially if proper planning is not done prior to the exercise. However, with a detailed plan and a bit of forethought, you can avoid lots of pitfalls. Remember, before your move, you need to establish the location, space, and affordability of the exercise. Below is a checklist you can use when moving premises to a new location. Continue reading “Are You Moving Offices? Here is a Guided Checklist”
Homeowners in Charlotte NC sell their homes and move, on average, every five to seven years. That’s a lot of moving, and it can be a stressful time for anyone. But by preparing for your next move, you can greatly reduce the stress involved and simplify the entire process. Here are some tips on how to do that: Continue reading “Home Moving Made Easy – Top Tips for an Easier Charlotte Relocation”
Bob asks : I’m struggling between being a good supporter of my LBS and keeping my budget/bike stuff spending in check. I know I need to support my LBS and buy stuff from them. But it’s tough to justify when they sell everything at MSRP and I can find most of the items online for 10-25% less. Is it fair to ask for a discount from the LBS? or does that make me an ass? I don’t expect them to match the prices but maybe we could meet in the middle somewhere. To be clear, I think I’m a pretty decent customer. I buy parts from them because I know I’m going to need their help when I inevitably screw up what I’m working on. I’m very comfortable paying for labor and my LBS guys are great about sharing their knowledge. My friend from the LBS even came to speak at my work when I hosted a seminar on bike commuting.
Continue reading “How to Support Your Local Charlotte Bike Shop While Respecting Your Budget”
It is a known fact that as we age it is harder to keep the weight off. Not only are our own bodies changing and making it more difficult, but as well as limited time and more responsibilities. It was much easier in school, or a younger age to go for a run, make a healthy dinner or join a sports team. Continue reading “Losing Those Last Extra Pounds? Try commuting on a bike”
Move Charlotte Smarter evaluated 227 moving companies in Charlotte and selected the best 13 in reviews, customer service and business acumen.
If you’re thinking about a local move, your new residential or commercial establishment is clearly within a distance of 100 miles from your current location. Local moving companies in Charlotte, NC understand that even if you’re about to set out on a local relocation, there is still a tremendous amount of hassle included, not to mention stress! Charlotte NC Local movers will help you out with every aspect of the relocation. Continue reading “13 Best Moving Companies in Charlotte NC”
My daughter is 4 months old and I’m going stir crazy to get her out on our local bike paths! While I love walking places with her there are a few things that are a bit too far for a daily walk like the library which is a 6 mile round trip with no tree cover to shade us. It is also the heart of the summer here in Denver right now and I need to be back from our walks by 10:30/11am at the latest since walking doesn’t create much of a breeze for my daughter in her stroller! Continue reading “Hauling Your Kid by Bike Series: The Basics”