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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Troy Moving Companies

At Allied Van Lines, we understand the difficulty involved in moving to a new location. That's why we have three agents in Troy, AL, ready to make your relocation easier. You'll appreciate the fact that our moving solutions can be customized to meet your specific needs. From supplying you with packing materials to partnering you with reputable movers, we're ready to help plan the entire process. Whether you're moving your household to Woodland Circle or relocating a business to Diamond Drive, we'll provide you with quality service.

All three of our agents who serve the Troy area have perfect 5-star ratings. This means you can expect to receive high-quality, personalized assistance. Are you planning to move to Alabama from across the country? That's no problem because we can handle long-distance relocations. If you need to store some of your belongings during the move, we'll connect you with temporary storage options. Contact one of our agents today to get your move started.

Located in Pike County, Alabama, Troy is a city that offers small-town charm and big-city opportunities. It has quaint neighborhoods with historic homes and a modern residential community that is well-suited for families with children. The city is also home to Troy University, which puts on a number of cultural activities throughout the year.

The main employers are Troy University, the city of Troy and the Walmart Distribution Center. As of the 2012 U.S. Census, there were about 18,000 people living in Troy.

Residents enjoy a humid subtropical climate typical of areas around the Gulf of Mexico. The summers are hot and humid and the winters are mild.

Attractions and Activities in Troy

As a small college town, Troy presents a variety of things to do. The downtown is filled with shops, local museums and restaurants. Many residents take advantage of the Pioneer Museum of Alabama, a 35-acre park and building that houses more than 18,000 artifacts about pioneer life in the 1800s and early 1900s. The museum also contains the Conecuh River Depot Military Museum, which is a private collection of military artifacts.

Check out the Johnson Center for the Arts where you’ll find galleries of historic and contemporary art and rotating exhibitions, including masterpieces from artists such as Salvador Dali, Henri Matisse, Raphael and Andy Warhol.

One of the biggest events held throughout the year is TroyFest, a festival dedicated to the arts. During this two-day event in March, downtown Troy swells with vendors selling arts and crafts, memorabilia and food. Another fun pastime is the Dixie Boys World Series, the youth baseball games that takes place in Troy.

Moving to Troy

When relocating to Troy, let Allied Van Lines help. Allied knows that a transition to a new city can be difficult - that’s why we provide moving services to fit each customer’s needs, from vehicle transportation to self-pack materials to box and furniture inventory.

This Troy moving company specializes in full-service packing, allowing us to transport all of your belongings to your new home without the hassle. We can also help assemble your appliances and electronics.

To drive here, the city is accessible via U.S. Highway 231 and 29. Look for flights at Montgomery Regional Airport, located 53 miles away, or Troy Municipal Airport.

Top Public Schools in troy, alabama

Troy Elementary School



Charles Henderson Middle School



Charles Henderson High School



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