Moving can be one of the most stressful experiences in your life, especially if the move in question is going to take you across long distances. Whether you're relocating for work or just looking for a change of scenery, there shouldn't be anything standing in the way of picking up and moving cross-country
, but for most people, there is.
No, it isn't just leaving your comfort zone to set your life down amongst new people and surroundings, but the move itself. Luckily, there's a way to make moves of any distance as easy and stress-free as possible. That's where we come in.
Why is Allied the Only Choice for Long Distance Moving?
Any company can handle a crosstown move, but only a few can even be trusted with an interstate move, let alone one that involves crossing the country with your belongings in tow. Since 1928, Allied Van Lines has been providing safe, convenient moving services to customers across the country, whether the destination is across town or anywhere from coast to coast. Today, we boast the largest mover network in the world.
Allied Van Lines is backed by a long history of reliable service, as well as by various groups that vouch for our service. We're the proud recipients of 2014 Fleet Safety Award from the American Moving and Storage Association, recognizing our ability to provide reliable and secure moving solutions, and the Women's Choice Award for most recommended moving company nationwide.
What Do We Do?
As full-service movers, we can handle every step of your move:
Packing: we'll supply our own moving supplies and help you pack your stuff as securely as possible.
Loading: When we load our trucks, we ensure that nothing will move or shift, protecting your belongings from damage.
Moving: During the move, we're efficient and safe, providing the most reliable, convenient service around.
Unloading: When we arrive at your new home, we'll take care of all the heavy lifting.
Unpacking: Putting furniture in its proper place and unpacking boxes of belongings that you need right away, our job isn't done until you're settled in your new home.
We handle local, interstate, cross-country, and even some international moves, whether you need your home moved or your corporate office moved to a new location. For details, contact Allied Van Lines today!
How does Allied Handle Long Distance Moves?
Planning a long distance move? It's important to remember not to stress about it. Moving isn't easy but it's a part of life, and we can make it as simple as possible to move your possessions from point A to point B, even when there's a long distance between them. Here's how it works:
When you're planning your move, you don't have to do it alone. Give us a call and our dedicated customer service agents will assist you in making arrangements for our services. We're a full-service moving company, so we'll pack, load, move, unload, and unpack your stuff without asking you to lift a finger (other than to sign a contract for the job). Need moving supplies? Let us know beforehand, and we'll provide them.
Our team will help you schedule a date for your big move and give you a quote that includes everything up front. When that day rolls around, we'll be there right on time to get started.
We do This Every Day. Let Us Do It For You!
Of course, it's not enough to simply promise that we'll move your stuff. You want to know that you're hiring a team of experts with the experience and know-how to ensure security during your trip, whether you're moving across town or a longer distance (we even handle some international moves).
Our 85 years of experience in the nationwide moving industry is put to work whenever we move a client across the country. We're familiar with the main transport channels from Florida to Maine, New York to California, and everywhere in between, ensuring that we can move your belongings to your destination with ease, providing you peace of mind that you can't get with any other movers.
How Much Does a Long Distance Move Cost?
The average cost of a long distance move is $3,500. This is based on an average weight of 7,000 lbs. (7 rooms) and a traveling distance of 1,000 miles (roughly the distance from Chicago IL, to Dallas, TX).
Obviously, there are many factors that go into calculating moving costs: the number of belongings being moved, distance, packing and unpacking, special items and much more, so the best bet to know the true cost is to fill out the Instaquote above.