Moving from Scarsdale, the USA to Birmingham, the UK with I Love Moving
Moving process can be completely time-consuming, and that is why we are here for you. If you are thinking about leaving Scarsdale and going to a different continent so as to relocate to Birmingham in the United Kingdom, we might be just what you are looking for. No moving is easy, especially not the international one and that is why you should choose a reliable partner for this process.
The name of our company is I Love Moving and our aim is to satisfy all of our customers’ needs and we offer the services of relocation to Europe or any other destination in the world. They include transporting your belongings using either sea transportation or air transportation. What you will choose depends on you and your budget. Sea shipment will take longer but you will need to spend less money on it, while air transportation is faster and more costly. Bear in mind that the ocean freight shipping is charged by the cubic space, while air freight price depends on the wanted destination and the weight and volume of the package.
If you are not sure how to plan your budget, we will be happy to provide you with free moving estimates. I Love Moving company specializes in packing and transportation. Since we are aware of the fact that moving process can be tiring and complicated, we would like to offer you free storage services for up to 30 days. If you know some of our previous customers, feel free to ask them to share their experience with you about our company. If not, you can always check the reviews in the internet community and it’s needless to say that we are proud of the positive feedback we received from our clients.
Before starting the transportation process, our team of professionals will pack all of your items and make sure that every item is carefully wrapped in order avoid any damage during the transportation. You need not worry about the quality of the products we use for packing. They are very durable and able to hold fragile items.
Give us a call and discuss all your options with our representative. Meanwhile, we have collected some interesting information about the city of Birmingham for you.
Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, England, It lies on the small River Rea. Besides London, it is the largest and most populous British city with more than 1 million people. People from Birmingham are called Brummies, a term coined from the city’s nickname – Brum. There is an unusual Brummie accent and dialect.
It started off as a market town in the medieval period. It later grew into international prominence in the 18th century. When the Industrial Revolution came, the city saw many innovations in the field of science, technology and economy. Industrial steam engine, which could be the most important invention in the history of Britain, was invented in Birmingham.
Birmingham lies in the center of the West Midlands region of England on the Birmingham Plateau. Lickey Hills, Clent Hills and Walton Hill are located in the south west of the city and from there you can enjoy some amazing views of the city. Birmingham has a temperate maritime climate, so the weather is pretty similar to other British Isles weathers. The warmest month in a year is July with the average maximum temperature of 21.3 °C (70.3 °F), and coldest one is January with the temperature of around 6.7 °C (44.1 °F). As it is the case with other large cities, Birmingham, too, has a considerable urban heat island effect.
More information about the weather.
Things to see in Birmingham
Symphony Hall – which is a home to the famous the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Birmingham Repertory Theatre – which is Britain’s longest-established producing theatre
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery – exhibiting significant masterpieces
St Martin in the Bull Ring – one of the oldest churches which shows the spirit of the old Birmingham
St Philip’s Cathedral – Church of England cathedral and the seat of the Bishop of Birmingham
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