Stuart, Florida Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Stuart Moving Companies
There are two highly rated Allied Van Lines moving agents in the Stuart, Florida, area ready to help you with your commercial or residential relocation. They have an average customer rating of 4.95 out of 5 stars. They are also licensed and bonded, and they're accredited by the BBB. Allied Van Lines moving agents can provide you with a variety of services, including arranging for the packing of your belongings. Whether you are moving to SW 39th Street or relocating to another country, our agents can manage every step of your move. Our agents can also arrange for the stowing of businesses furniture when offices are being renovated. We also provide homeowners with trailers to transport their family vans across the country.
Let our agents coordinate the packing of your possessions by finding professional movers who can carefully pack your breakables or the whole house. We only work with movers who are experienced with transporting items safely. These movers can load and unload the truck to minimize the stress and physical work for your family. If you’d rather handle the packing yourself, our agents can provide you with numerous packing supplies, including cardboard boxes, packing tape, and Bubble Wrap. We always offer free estimates, so call today.
The city of Stuart, Florida, is known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World” and is located along the Atlantic Coast. Just more than 15,800 people call this coastal community on Florida’s renowned Treasure coast home. Stuart’s historic pedestrian-friendly downtown is inviting and features several dining options.
Pirate Pedro Gilbert used the sandbar outside of what would become Stuart in 1832 to lure unsuspecting ships. He and his crew were eventually captured and the sandbar they used is named “Gilbert’s Bar” on nautical charts. A former U.S. Lifesaving Station on Hutchinson Island is known as Gilbert’s Bar House of Refuge and the the last remaining of several shipwreck life-saving stations on Florida’s Atlantic Coast.
Stuart Activities and Attractions
There are a number of beaches in Stuart including Dubois Park, Jupiter Beach Park, Stuart Beach, Walton Rocks Beach and Hobe Sound Public Beach.
The Stuart Heritage Museum preserves the history of the city and is home to artifacts documenting the people and past of the community. The museum is housed in the Stuart Feed Store. Much of the earliest memorabilia in the museum is from Captain Francis Adams who established a mini-museum of the city in 1972. Visit the museum to learn more about Eddie Miller’s Baseball School of Stuart, bridges, legends and the stories of pioneers Eden and Jensen.
If you love the outdoors, then when you move to Stuart you’ll want to check out Seabranch Preserve State Park for its lengthy hiking trails. There are also Ranger-led nature walks, and this family-friendly destination has a covered pavilion and picnic tables.
Moving to Stuart
After you decide to start the next chapter of your life in this Florida community, it’s time to locate a Stuart moving company. That’s when you can turn to Allied Van Lines for all your moving needs. Allied has more than 2,600 employees nationwide and many customer service representatives available 24/7.
When you choose Allied you have the option of choosing from services such as box and furniture inventory, unpacking and clean-up and assistance with disassembling and assembling your electronic and appliances. Allied also sells self-pack materials including boxes and stretch wrap for upholstered furniture.
Allied offers vehicle transportation if you decide to arrive in Stuart via West Palm Beach International Airport.