Yuma, Arizona Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Yuma Moving Companies
Allied Van Lines has four moving agents serving the Yuma, AZ area. Each agent has a customer service rating of at least 4.85 out of 5 stars and is fully licensed and bonded. Our agents are also accredited by the BBB. Whether you're moving to the quiet, peaceful Foothills area or you want to settle down in Andrade, you'll be in good hands when you enlist one of our agents.
The moving agents at Allied Van Lines are specialists in residential and commercial moves as well as corporate relocations. They can coordinate every part of the moving process for you from sourcing boxes and packing supplies to enlisting trustworthy movers that will deliver your items to your new home or office. If you need more time to get settled into the Yuma area, we can even provide you with secure short- or long-term storage units. No matter what sort of move you're making, let our agents take the hassle and stress out of the process.
Tucked in the southwest corner of Arizona within Yuma County, Yuma is a hotspot for families to and older retirees to call home. As a winter escape for those craving its sunny climate, this city couldn’t be better for warm-blooded residents. Between the 350 days of sunshine a year, multi-cultural attractions and modern amenities, Yuma makes for a delightful place to live.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, Yuma has a population of 200,000, and more than 85,000 retirees make the city their winter residence.
Residents cannot get enough of the climate here. For starters, Yuma welcomes more sunshine than any other city on Earth. During the summer, temperatures climb into the 100s, while in the winter, averages hover around the mid-50s.
Attractions and activities in Yuma
The weather isn’t the only appeal in Yuma. There are dozens of family-fun attractions, including bird watching refuges, a state historic park, museums and delicious food. Bird watchers will have a heyday at the Imperial National Wildlife refuge, which boasts migratory bird life. You can also go hiking, fishing and boating in this 26,000-acre refuge along the Colorado River.
Catch a glimpse of convict life a century ago at the famous Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park, where the prison dates back to 1876. The remnants are located within Yuma Crossing State Historic Park. Another must-see for adventurers is the Castle Dome Mines Museum & Ghost Town, which houses shootout-ridden salons, old horse trails and the world’s oldest pair of Levi Strauss pants.
For more modern attractions, head to Desert Hills Municipal Golf Course- a gorgeous par-72. You won’t want to miss a burger and fries at Lutes Casino, Arizona’s oldest pool hall, complete with a hidden escape route and one-way glass doors.
Moving to Yuma
Simplify your transition to this Arizona hotspot with Allied Van Lines. Yuma moving companies provide an array of options, including electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly, self-pack materials and vehicle transportation. Rest assured, with Allied, you’ll find no surprise pricing and no hidden fees.
If you’ve got your eyes on moving to this locale, a few basic bits of transportation information will ease your travels. The nearest airports are Yuma International Airport, conveniently located less than 5 miles away. The next closest is General Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada International Airport, situated around 58 miles away. If you’re driving, the city is accessible via Interstate 8.
Find out how Allied Van Lines can help with your transition today!