If you are in need of the best moving company in Idaho, you’ve come to the right place!
Allied Van Lines has a network of agents throughout Idaho that can assist you with a commercial relocation or household move anywhere in the state. You'll find them in cities including Pocatello, Coeur d'Alene, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls, and more. Our conveniently located agents will help you access all the resources you’ll need for a smooth move in Idaho. If your move is taking you out of the state or even out of the country, you can count on Allied Van Lines’ agents for detailed assistance.
Our experienced agents will coordinate all the details of your move, from finding movers to pack your belongings to locating a temporary facility where you can store items you won’t need right away. They can also provide you with moving supplies, including boxes and packing tape. All our agents are BBB-accredited, licensed, and bonded. Our goal is to lower the stress of your move and make sure it goes off without a hitch. Call a local Allied Van Lines agent today to receive a free estimate on a household or commercial move of any size.
Idaho is a great place to call home. This mountainous state in the northwestern United States is larger than all of the New England states combined. It is officially nicknamed the “Gem State” because you can find samples of any gem imaginable within the borders of Idaho, including the rare star garnet. Despite this, it is often casually referred to as the “Potato State,” due to potatoes being a major crop. The geographical makeup of Idaho includes snow covered mountains, deep canyons, lakes, and even a waterfall that plunges deeper than Niagara Falls. Although the state is more than 300 miles from the Pacific at its closest, the ocean still has a maritime influence on Idaho’s weather. The climate is semi-arid, experiencing all four seasons. The Lewis and Clark Historic Trail can be visited in Idaho in one of its many national parks. The company Coldwater Creek is based out of Idaho. Notable people from Idaho include Philo Farnsworth (the inventor of the television), Aaron Paul, Sarah Palin, and Sacajawea (Lewis and Clark's guide).
When you move to Idaho, there are a number of different regions available for your new home. The state’s most populous area, the Boise-Nampa metropolitan area is known as the Treasure Valley, and its size is comparable to Portland and Seattle, the two biggest metropolitan areas in the Pacific Northwest. It is in this region where you will find the state’s capital, Boise. The city lies on a broad plain with the Boise foothills to the northeast. Boise is a regional culture center for music and entertainment, holding many festivals throughout the year, including the annual Treefort Music Fest for bands on the rise. The city celebrates the New Year with the Idaho Potato Drop at the Boise Centre on the Grove.
The largest city in Eastern Idaho is Idaho Falls. The city is noteworthy for its high quality of life, vibrant economy, and position as a hub to eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. It is often featured as one of the best places to live in various publications, and National Geographic included it in their list of “100 Best Adventure Towns.” The city features some of the best outdoor destinations and diverse musical concerts, art, and events. Call Allied today and we can make your new home in Idaho a reality.