Kissimmee, Florida Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Kissimmee Moving Companies
Allied Van Lines is prepared to complete your residential, commercial or corporate move to Kissimmee, FL. Our two local agents boast an average customer rating of 4.94 out of 5 stars. Whether you're moving from Pleasant Hill Road to Poinciana Place or planning a nationwide or international relocation, our licensed and bonded agents will safely get your items to your destination. Do you need temporary storage while getting settled? We can also set you up with secure storage facilities. Regardless of the extent of your move, you'll enjoy reasonable, up-front rates and attentive service.
For more than 80 years, Allied Van Lines has been a trusted name in local and long-distance moving. From the initial planning to finding the right movers, our experienced agents who serve Kissimmee will consider every detail of your relocation. Satisfied customers have noted our agents' excellent customer service and communication. Contact us today to get started with a free estimate.
The lovely city of Kissimmee can be found in Osceola County in central Florida, just 22 miles from Orlando, and is known for it’s wonderfully sunny weather, laid-back and family-friendly atmosphere and close proximity to Disney World.
Kissimmee was founded in the mid-19th century as Valldale, but it was renamed when it was incorporated in 1883. Kissimmee comes from the Native American word cacema, which means “long water.”
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, the population in Kissimmee was 63,369, which rose an impressive 32.5 percent since 2000. The city is an affordable for place for families to move to as well, with a cost of living index about 8 percent lower than than U.S. average.
Attractions and Activities in Kissimmee
A favorite attraction in Kissimmee is the Monument of States, which built in 1942 and is made of minerals, rocks and fossils from every state and many nations around the world provided by tourists, governors, prime ministers and even a U.S. president. It began when Dr. Charles Bressler-Pettis, a local tourism booster, wanted to depict American unity after the attack on Pearl Harbor, so he constructed a 50-foot tower to represent all 48 states (at the time). Hawaii and Alaska were added later as were 21 countries.
Another popular attraction in Kissimmee is Old Town, which hosts weekly classic car shows and offers rides on the iconic (free with a coupon) Ferris wheel. There’s tons to do here for both parents and kids from a variety of rides and games, including an arcade and laser tag, as well as plenty of shops and restaurants when you need a break and refueling.
Moving to Kissimmee
When you’re ready to pack up and move to Kissimmee, drivers can get here via the Florida Turnpike. Flyers will find the closest runways at Orlando International (15 miles away) and Kissimmee Gateway airports, and let a Kissimmee moving company like Allied Van Lines provide vehicle transportation to save a trip back to the old home for your car.
Allied has hundreds of customer service representatives available 24/7 and representatives in 34 countries around the globe to help take the stress out of relocating.
Allied will do the heavy lifting with full-service and fragile-only packing, and with box and furniture inventory and high-value shipping you can be sure everything arrives safe and sound to your new home. Other popular services include electronic and appliance disassembly and assembly and unpacking and clean-up. Allied will be there to help from start to finish, and with no surprise pricing, you’ll know exactly what you’re paying for.