Allied Van Lines: The Best of Spokane Moving Companies
Nicknamed the “Lilac City,” Spokane, Washington, earns its nickname for the flowers
that flourish abundantly there each spring. Located on the Spokane River, the city’s
economic base is its natural resources, from mining to timber, but other industries
have moved into the area as well.
Spokane also is known for being the home of Gonzaga University and the birthplace
of Father's Day. More than 200,000 people call Spokane home, and with Allied Van
Lines' help, you can too.
Allied Van Lines has been in the moving business for 85 years, and we've helped
residents of Spokane with their moves for many years. Whether your move is across
the country or across the globe, we can help make your move as smooth as possible.
With Allied Van Lines as your moving company, how your household items get to your
new location will be one less thing for you to worry about.
Our trained professionals and state-of-the-art equipment ensure that your move is
as painless as possible. From providing the estimate to unloading and discarding
the boxes at your new home, Allied Van Lines will ensure your move is a success.
The cost of getting your possessions to your new location is one of the most stressful
parts of moving. Allied Van Lines understands your concerns. To combat these issues,
we offer a free in-home estimate for your move. With Allied, there will be no last-minute
surprises; you will know all your costs up front unless you choose to add or remove
When you are selecting a moving company in Spokane, Washington, there are a few
details to take into account:
- The moving company you select should project a professional image. The company vehicles
should have logos in plain sight. There should be no question as to whom they represent.
Moving personnel should be in uniforms, and all supplies and paperwork should carry
the company logo.
- Using weight to calculate the costs of your move is much more accurate than using
cubic feet, so the estimate you receive should be based on weight and not cubic
- Always get an in-person estimate. Allied Van Lines offers this service for free.
- The moving company you select should be bonded, licensed and insured.
- Check if the moving company is registered with the local Better Business Bureau.
When entrusting your personal belongings to the care of a moving company, it is
important to make sure it has a reputable work history.
We are proud to say that Allied Van Lines passes the above tests with flying colors.
So, when you need help with your big move in Spokane, Washington, give us a call.