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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Twin Falls Moving Companies

Are you moving to a new street in Twin Falls, Idaho, or relocating your business to a newly updated suite of offices? Our BBB-accredited Allied Van Lines agent offers desirable moving services to reduce the stress of your move. Whether you're headed over to Fillmore Street or the retail area of Blue Lakes Boulevard, you can count on our experienced agents to manage your move efficiently. We'll connect you with movers who can do the packing and transport. If you'd prefer to pack things yourself, we'll find careful movers to do the rest. Even if you're moving outside of Twin Falls, we've got you covered. We handle domestic and international moves by land, air, or sea.

Our agent has been rated with 4.53 out of 5 stars, which demonstrates the high quality of service that you can expect from us. For your peace of mind, our agent is also licensed, insured, and bonded. We've coordinated household and commercial moves for more than 85 years and are ready to put our experience to work for you. Just tell us what you need, and we'll connect you. We can assist you with short-term storage or provide you with packing supplies if you need them. Call our Twin Falls, ID, agent today for a free estimate.

Once in the heart of the Oregon Trail, Twin Falls in the largest city in Twin Falls County and serves as a regional commercial hub for south-central Idaho.

Twin Falls was founded in 1904 after settlers began irrigation projects along the Snake River and made agriculture a practical occupation for the area, and farming continues to be one of the city’s primary industries.

As of the 2012 Census, Twin Falls had a populations of 45,158, which expanded by 31 percent since 2000, so it’s clear that this city is a great place to move to as it offers tons of small-town charm and welcoming atmosphere in addition to big city amenities and plenty to do.

Attractions and Activities in Twin Falls

Twin Falls is a great place to explore, and outdoors lovers will enjoy Snake River Canyon. It’s best known for being the site of Evel Knievel’s attempt to jump the canyon on rocket-powered motorcycle in 1974, but it’s also a great spot for hiking and exploring. On the canyon floor you can even hit the links at Canyon Springs Golf Course, which is open to the public. Twin Falls is also home to 24 parks including Shoshone Falls Park.

At the Herrett Center for Arts and Science you’ll find a planetarium where you can learn about astronomy and check out the stars in the Centennial Observatory. It also houses museum galleries where you can see a mammoth skeleton, contemporary art, fossils and ancient cultural artifacts.

Moving to Twin Falls

Once you’re ready to relocate to this exciting city, you’ll need to hire a Twin Falls moving company. Allied Van Lines specializes in long-haul and regional moves and has a 3,500 vehicle fleet. With hundreds of customer service representatives available, 24/7, booking your move here will be a breeze.

Allied offers excellent self-pack material options including boxes, dish barrels and stretchwrap, or let the professionals take care of the heavy lifting with full-service or fragile-only packing. They’ll even help with with disassembly and assembly, unpacking and clean up afterward.

Flyers will find the closest runway at Joslin Field-Magic Valley Regional Airport, 6 miles from Twin Falls, and Allied can transport your car to your new home. But if you’re driving in, the city is accessible via U.S. Routes 30 and 93 as well as Interstate 84.

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