Grand Junction, Colorado Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Grand Junction Moving Companies
If you are considering moving to or from Grand Junction, Colorado, our local Allied Van Lines agent offers a full range of services for every type of move, no matter how large or small. Our agent has over 50 years of business in the Mountain West and is bonded and insured for your protection. Our agent is also rated 4.94 out of 5 stars.
Our Allied Van Lines agent in Grand Junction offers a full range of moving services, including local, national, and international moves and handles both residential moves and corporate relocations. We can tailor packing options to fit your individual budget and needs, ranging from do-it-yourself to full-service and fragile packing options. As well as loading, transporting and unloading your goods, we'll find a team of movers who can also unpack and assemble them for you. We can crate bulky or fragile items and move cars and boats as well as regular household or office items. We can even help you to find clean, climate-controlled storage for your goods if there is a gap between when you leave your old location and when your new location becomes available.
As the most populated city in western Colorado, Grand Junction offers all of the big city amenities that you look for in a hometown, but still has the wide open spaces and adventurous spirit that is so characteristic of Colorado. The city has been growing by leaps and bounds over the past few years, showing clearly that this is a city that many new residents are eager to call home.
Grand Junction has a rustic, small-town feel to it. A lot of the restaurants, businesses and events here feel very local, so there's a good chance you will settle in well, and you can do so affordably. Even though Grand Junction is close to several expensive skiing cities like Vail, Aspen and Breckenridge, the cost of living here is more than 5 percent less than the U.S. average, according to City-Data.
According to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, there are nearly 60,000 residents living in Grand Junction, and more than 20 percent of them are children, making the area a family-friendly community. The city's population has skyrocketed in the past decade, increasing by more than 42 percent from 2000 to 2012.
Activities and attractions in Grand Junction
Grand Junction is known to many as "Colorado Wine Country," so sipping and swirling on your favorite wine is encouraged. There are more than 20 wineries in the city and many of them grow classical red grapes like merlot, cabernet sauvignon and syrah. Two of the highest quality wine producers in Grand Junction are Talon Winery and Two Rivers Winery.
When it comes to outdoor recreation, you can't beat the western Colorado landscape. It doesn't matter what kind of ways you like to explore, you can find it in Grand Junction, from the numerous biking and hiking trails, fishing holes, rivers perfect for kayaking and canoeing and several pristine golf courses.
Moving to Grand Junction
If you are planning on moving to Grand Junction, you should find little to no problem find your way around, as the city meets at the conjunction of Interstate 70, and U.S. Highways 50 and 6. However, since the terrain here is quite rugged, you may need the assistance of a Grand Junction moving company to haul your belongings. With Allied Van Lines, an agent can set you up with affordable services, including vehicular transportation and self pack materials sales.