Are you moving to a new home in Joliet, IL, and do you need help planning the logistics? Allied Van Lines has six experienced agents in the area, and they average a customer service rating of 4.85 out of 5 stars. Whether you're moving to Collins Street or Larkin Avenue, our agents can help you relocate to anywhere within Joliet. They can even arrange out-of-state moving services. We'll make sure that you don't have to worry about getting your belongings into your new home or business.
Allied Van Lines provides a variety of residential and commercial moving services in the Joliet area. Whether you're packing fragile items to move to a new home or you need corporate relocation services for your business, our agents can help make the relocation process quick and easy. We can also connect you with storage facilities if you won't be settling in straight away. Call us today to arrange for a free estimate.
There are more than 148,000 people who live in Joliet, Illinois. This Chicagoland city is one of the fastest growing in the state. The city’s history dates back to the 1830s when it was known as Juliet. French Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet arrived in the area in 1673 and discovered a mound that was named Mound Jolliet before being mined by early settlers.
Like other Midwestern cities, Joliet’s climate is favorable for those who enjoy all four seasons and don’t mind the snow. During the winter months, highs reach 31 degrees Fahrenheit while the summers are warm with highs at 84 degrees Fahrenheit.
Joliet Activities and Attractions
Joliet is a stopping point along historic U.S. Route 66. Near this stop is the Joliet Area Historical Museum, where visitors and residents alike can learn more about the city’s and its importance in American history.
The Rialto Square Theatre is known as the Jewel of Joliet and is one of the most beautiful theaters in the world. The theater is reportedly a favorite haunt of Al Capone’s ghost. Rialto Square Theatre was constructed in 1926 and when you go on a tour you’ll get to see the Greek, Roman and Byzantine architecture that’s reflected inside. The theater also serves as an important attraction in the city because the sign out front reaches more than 100 feet into the air.
Joliet Prison is a famous landmark in the city that closed in 2002. It’s been featured in the television show Prison Break as well as the popular movie The Blues Brothers. Today, it’s popular among residents and visitors who want to tour it and hear stories of its past.
Moving to Joliet
When you’re searching for a Joliet moving company to help you transport your belongings to your new home, choose Allied Van Lines. Allied has representatives in 34 countries across the globe and many customer service representatives available to assist you 24/7.
Allied customers can choose from a range of services including full-service or fragile-only packing, unpacking and clean-up services so that you can relax after a long day and box and furniture inventory so you can rest easy knowing that all of your items will make it to your new home.
Self-pack materials are available including wardrobe, mirror and mattress boxes. Allied customers are given free carpet covers for high-traffic areas as well as residence protection pads for corners, doorways and railings.