Richmond, Kentucky Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Richmond Moving Companies
When you choose Allied Van Lines to assist with your move, you have the chance to select any number of personalized options, all of which are designed to help lessen the burden of relocating. Opt for full-service packing or fragile-only packing, or simply allow us to provide you with the materials to do the job yourself. You might need someone to disassemble and reassemble furniture. We can connect you with trusted local movers to handle that task too. Maybe you have more than one vehicle. We also coordinate transport for land and water-based vehicles.
Maybe your plans include moving into a quaint little home on View Point Drive. Your expanding industry might mean relocating your business to the larger space on Big Hill Avenue. Allied Van Lines is more than capable of handling either job. You'll be pleased to know that our agent serving the Richmond area is rated 5 out of 5 stars by former clients and is recognized by the Kentucky Better Business Bureau. Our agent is also insured, licensed, and bonded. Get your free quote today.
More than 32,000 people live in Richmond, Kentucky. The city is located along Interstate 75 just south of Lexington in the central portion of the state. Richmond was founded in 1798 by a Revolutionary War soldier who was attracted by the area’s natural spring water.
Eastern Kentucky University is in Richmond as is the Blue Grass Army Depot. The depot serves as a U.S. Army storage facility for ammunition and weapons reserve. Richmond experienced a large commercial and residential boom in the late 1990s and through the first decade of the 2000s.
Richmond Activities and Attractions
The Lake Reba Recreation Complex features 600 acres of land for the city’s residents to utilize. The complex is home to the Gibson Bay Golf Course and lighted driving range as well as football fields, a soccer complex and adult softball diamonds. There’s a 1.2 mile trail as well as a miniature golf course. Children ages 5 and under can enjoy their own playground and there’s a universal playground area for children between the ages of 6 and 12. Paradise Cove Aquatic Center is in the recreation complex as is a dog park.
The Hummel Planetarium and Space Theater is the fourth-largest of its kind in the world and features a number of public programs. There are children’s shows on Fridays and Saturday as as well as a main feature show on Friday nights and Saturday afternoons.
Head to the Rogers House where you can see the Battle of Richmond Visitors Center and Battlefield Park. The site was once surrounded by fighting during the Battle of Richmond in August 1862. Visitors can also see the home and original slave quarters in the park.
Richmond serves as a shopping destination for south-central Kentucky and is home to several stores selling apparel, shoes, gifts, jewelry and antiques.
Moving to Richmond
When you’re preparing for the move, you’ll need to find a Richmond moving company. Allied Van Lines has 500 agent locations throughout the U.S. and Canada and many customer service representatives available 24/7.
Allied customers can choose from full-service or fragile-only packing or purchase self-pack materials such as boxes for clothing and dish barrels for kitchenware. You can also turn to Allied for unpacking and clean-up services. There’s no surprise pricing with Allied and all customers receive free residence protection pads for corners, railing and doorways as well as carpet covers to high-traffic areas.