Enterprise, Alabama Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Enterprise Moving Companies
You have quite the dilemma in Enterprise, Alabama, because both of our local Allied Van Lines moving agents have earned 5-star reputations. One of the local agents has a track record of taking special care of your items while the other is known for clear communication, honesty, and transparency. Either way, your Enterprise, Alabama, move is sure to go off without a hitch when you work with Allied Van Lines. Our local agents have experience facilitating every type of move from the local farmhouse to large corporations.
Our local agents give us a neighborly feel as we help you through every step of your move. We can help you with residential, small business, or corporate moves. We can find movers to help you pack or give you the materials to do it on your own. If you find that your new location does not offer enough space, we can connect you with short- and long-term storage solutions. Allied Van Lines can help you find professionals to move your vehicles and can even disconnect any appliances that you'll be taking with you. Call us today to experience just how accommodating we can be for your move to or from Enterprise, Alabama.
The city of Enterprise, Ala., is known as “The City of Progress” and has a population of more than 27,700 people and only minutes from Fort Rucker. This southern community offers the atmosphere of a small city with the amenities of a larger metropolitan area.
John Henry Carmichael moved to the area in 1881 and built a small store. Others began moving into what would become Enterprise. The city was incorporated in 1896 and two years later the Alabama Midland Railway Company moved to Enterprise giving way to a population boom.
After the boll weevil destroyed much of the cotton crops, the community turned to farming peanuts and produced more than any other county in the nation in 1917. Much of the history of Enterprise, including artifacts, newspaper files and old photographs, are located in the Pea River Historical and Genealogical Society Library.
Enterprise Activities and Attractions
The Boll Weevil Monument is located on Main Street in Enterprise and is dedicated to the insect that destroyed the cotton crop, leading to agricultural diversity and more prosperity than what was experienced when cotton was the region’s main crop. It is the only statue to an insect in the world.
BamaJam is a three-day music festival with acts performing on several different stages. As many as 100,000 people attend each night of the festival. Previous headliners have included Hank Williams Jr., Lynyrd Skynyrd, Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton, Tim McGraw, Alan Jackson and The Zac Brown Band. The entertainment is located at BamaJam Farms which also hosts a water park during the warmer months for residents to enjoy and cool off.
Moving to Enterprise
When searching for an Enterprise moving company, turn to Allied Van Lines to meet all your moving needs. There are 500 agent locations within the Allied network across North America and representatives in 34 countries throughout the world.
Allied customers can choose from a variety of services, including full-service and fragile-only packing and also purchase self-pack materials to take the stress of finding boxes to store your belongings for the trip to Enterprise. Box and furniture inventory is available so you can ensure all your items make it to your new home. When you choose Allied you’ll get customized, no-surprise pricing in addition to free carpet covers for high-traffic areas and residence protection pads for doorways, corners and railings.