When you're looking for moving services in Augusta, GA, Allied Van Lines has two agents in the Augusta area who have an average customer rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars. As the second-oldest city in Georgia, Augusta has lots of historic architecture. From Church Road to Ellis Street, our agents know the town well.
Allied Van Lines has over 85 years of experience in relocation services and offers supplies if you want to pack up your own belongings. We can also save you time and make the move easier by having your BBB-accredited moving agent find skilled movers who can do the packing and loading for you. These movers can also unload and unpack your items if you wish. If you're not quite ready to move into your new home, our licensed and bonded agents can find a storage facility that will keep your items safe until you're ready for them. Call Allied Van Lines today for a no-cost estimate.
The city of Augusta, Georgia, has a population of more than 136,000 people. Augusta is the second oldest city in the state of Georgia behind Savannah and was founded in 1735 after troops went on an exploration trip up the Savannah River.
The U.S. Army installation of Fort Gordon is located in Augusta and is the former site of the military police school, also known as The Provost Marshal General School. Much of the fort serves as a training site for military occupational specialities.
Residents in Augusta experience a humid subtropical climate with mild, short winters and very hot summers. Temperatures in the winter only drop to 58 degrees Fahrenheit and can get as high as 93 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer.
Augusta Activities and Attractions
There are several historic sections in Augusta including the Downtown Historic District. The boyhood home of President Woodrow Wilson is in Augusta. Other historic buildings include the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art and Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History. Meadow Garden is also in Augusta and is the former farmhouse of George Walton, the youngest man to sign the Declaration of Independence.
The city is home to a famous golf course, the Augusta National Golf Club, which plays host to the first major golf tournament of the year, The Masters. The tournament is held during the first full week of April and the course is considered one of the best in the world.
The Augusta Riverwalk is located in the city’s historic downtown along the Savannah River. This is where you’ll find much of the city’s shopping and dining options at the Augusta Mall on the Riverwalk as well as the old mills that once made Augusta a thriving industrial area.
Moving to Augusta
Allied Van Lines is an Augusta moving company that can help you get your belongings to your new home. Allied has 500 agent locations throughout the U.S. and Canada and more than 2,600 employees nationwide.
You can choose from a variety of services including full-service and fragile-only packing, help disassembling and reassembling your electronics and appliances and vehicle transportation should you choose to arrive via Augusta Regional Airport.
Worried about all your items making the trip? Allied offers box and furniture inventory so you can rest easy and enjoy the ride to your new home. The company also sells self-pack materials including boxes and dish barrels if you prefer to do the work