If you are looking for a storage company in Pennsylvania
, you won't have to look far. The state offers numerous compact self-storage units
and larger storage units. With something to fit every occasion, you will have no trouble locating a storage company perfect for every job. Whether you are looking for a space to store unused possessions, or if you just moved to town and need a temporary storage space, you will find it all in Pennsylvania.
Due to the large number of storage facilities throughout the state, many storage companies offer special seasonal and promotional rates. Big or small, these storage units will help you by securely storing your possessions, while you get settled in to your new surroundings. If it office supplies, many storage facilities offer large storage units, capable of storing even the largest equipment and furniture.Origin of State's Name:
Pennsylvania means "Penn's woods." Quaker William Penn was granted the land by King Charles II of England in 1681 as repayment of debt owed to Penn's father. Originally, Penn suggested Sylvania (woodland) for his land.Capital City:
Located near the center of the state, Harrisburg
is the state's capital. Harrisburg's traditional background and lively downtown district offering museums, performing arts venues and restaurants are just a few of the reasons Forbes ranked Harrisburg the second best place in the country to raise a family.Population:
Pennsylvania has a population estimated at 12.5 million residents.Driving:
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation
website is where you can find driver's license information, applications, testing requirements, driver's manuals, testing locations and more.Agriculture and Industry:
The state's major agricultural sectors include dairy products, poultry, cattle, nursery stock, mushrooms, hogs and hay. Food processing, chemical products, machinery, electric equipment and tourism are Oregon's leading industries.State Bird:
In 1931, the ruffed grouse was designated the official state bird of Pennsylvania.State Tree:
The hemlock was designated the official state tree of Pennsylvania in 1931.State Flower:
In 1933, the Mountain laurel was designated as the state's official state flower. Mountain laurel is an evergreen shrub native to the eastern part of the country.State Song:
Written by Eddie Khoury and Ronnie Bonner, the official state song is "Pennsylvania."