After you've learned you're moving to Hammond, LA, it's important to consider hiring a moving company to eliminate some of the hassles of relocating. Allied Van Lines is here to help you. We have more than eight decades of experience in the industry and extensive and state-of-the-art equipment, and we offer a long list of service options. We have two agents serving the Hammond area. Both are licensed and bonded, and both are accredited by the Louisiana Better Business Bureau. Our agents have an average customer rating of 4.98 out of 5 stars.
With our broad range of relocation experience, we can help whether you are downsizing to an apartment on Rue St. Martin Drive or you're expanding your industrial business to a site on Corbin Road. Contact our office and make an appointment with one of our agents. Your on-site consultation includes a free estimate and the opportunity to learn about and choose the moving solutions that suit your budget and time. You can do all the packing yourself, or we can hire movers to assist you with this. Allied Van Lines also offers short- and long-term storage options in the event you cannot take everything with you on moving day.
The city of Hammond, Louisiana, is located in Tangipahoa Parish and is home to slightly more than 20,000 people. Hammond is named after Peter Hammond, the area’s first settler who arrived in 1818.
Hammond arose as a commercial and transport center following the construction of the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad through the city in 1854. The city served as a shoemaking center for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War.
The community is intersected by Interstates 12 and 55 and is also home to the Hammond Airport that serves as a backup site for Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. It’s also a major training site for the Louisiana Army National Guard.
Southeastern Louisiana University is also located in Hammond and provides recreational and educational opportunities for residents.
Hammond Activities and Attractions
Art plays a major role in the Hammond community. Here you’ll find several centers such as Columbia Theatre, Hammond Regional Arts Center and The Octavian Foundation for the Arts. The centers hosts exhibits and offers workshops available to those who want to learn more about the arts.
There are several retail stores located in downtown Hammond including Perfectly Fit Performance Sports, Imagine Boutique, George Ibert Jewelry & Gifts, Ruby, Discoveries Furniture & Finds and Change Clothes.
Cate Square Park in historic downtown Hammond has public picnic tables, a recreation field and a gated playground, and the Louisiana Children’s Discovery Center is a great place for children to play and interact with other little ones.
Moving to Hammond
After you decide to call this historic city home, you’ll need to locate a Hammond moving company. Allied Van Lines has long-haul and regional fleets of more than 3,500 vehicles and has customer service representatives available anytime you need them.
When you choose Allied, there are a variety of service to pick from including box and furniture inventory, high-value shipping and full-service or fragile-only packing. Allied also sells boxes for your belongings to help make packing up a little easier on you.
There is no surprise pricing with Allied and you can rest easy knowing that prices are customized to fit your moving needs.