If you are planning a move to Columbus, GA, consider working with Allied Van Lines. We have been in the moving industry for 85 years and are committed to providing people with the personalized assistance they need to make their moves successful. We partner with a local agent in Columbus to ensure all our customers’ needs are completely fulfilled. Our local representative has earned a perfect 5-star customer satisfaction rating, so you can count on receiving exceptional service. Our Allied Van Lines agent in Columbus is fully bonded, licensed and accredited with the Better Business Bureau and will provide you with an estimate free of charge and without obligation.
The local Allied Van Lines agent in Columbus has experience with facilitating all types of moves. From family households on 13th Avenue to commercial businesses in the downtown area, we are equipped to provide clients of all sizes with the specialized services they need. We can provide free packing supplies, arrange for dedicated packing services as well as furniture assembly and disassembly, and finding temporary storage facilities. At Allied Van Services, we’re dedicated to providing you with great service.
Both historic and modern, Columbus is the second-largest city in Georgia. Located in Muscogee County close to the Chattahoochee River, this family-friendly community is one of Georgia’s three Fall Line Cities, along with Macon and Augusta. It was founded in 1828 and is known for being the site for the last battle of the Civil War. Today, Columbus boasts a small-town atmosphere and enticing Southern hospitality.
Columbus has a population of about 190,000, most of whom are employed in production occupations including supervisors.
The humid, subtropical climate is a big appeal to Columbus residents. During the summer, highs peak in the 90s and in the winter, temperatures hover around the 50s.
Activities and Attractions in Columbus
One of the most popular hangout spots is the RiverWalk, which runs along Chattahoochee River downtown. Nearby you can take a stroll around the Columbus Historic District that’s filled with brick streets, century-old homes and ancient oak trees. A walk around here feel feels like a walk through history!
Catch a Broadway show at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, or learn more about Columbus and its roots at the Columbus Museum, housing more than 14,000 artifacts of furnishings, book, firearms and clothing.
For outdoor activities, families enjoy bird watching, whitewater kayaking and rafting on the Chattahoochee River - it’s the longest urban whitewater course in the world - and biking along the 11-mile pathway that formed the route of the former rail system.
Moving to Columbus
No matter where you’re moving from, Allied Van Lines can help! Allied has 500 agent locations across North America and Canada as well as many customer service representatives available 24/7.
Take advantage of full-service packing where you won’t have to lift a finger to get all your belongings from your old home to your new. For those who only need a little extra help, our self-pack materials include everything from mattress containers to wardrobe boxes to boxes designed to hold fragile mirrors.
If you’re driving here, the city is accessible via Interstate 185 as well as U.S. Routes 27, 80 and 431. To fly here, the nearest airport is Columbus Airport, which is located in the outskirts of town.