If you are planning a move to Lafayette, Louisiana, a professional company can handle all of the logistics for you. At Allied Van Lines, we are pleased to have five highly respected agents ready to serve you in Lafayette. Three of these agents have earned perfect 5-star customer satisfaction ratings while the others have an average rating of 4.9. Each agent is accredited by the Better Business Bureau and is properly licensed and bonded, so all of your belongings will be well protected from one location to the next. This allows you to focus on other aspects of your relocation so that you can get ready for your new life in Lafayette.
We are pleased to offer you a free estimate on all of our moving services, and we are equipped to handle both residential and commercial relocations. If you are in need of a storage facility in the area, we will be able to handle that for you as well. You will find our rates to be highly competitive. When combined with the superior service and experience you will receive from our agents, there really is no comparison.
In southern Louisiana, just off Interstate 10, is the city of Lafayette. Home to more than 122,000 people, Lafayette is known as The Hub City and was named after General Lafayette, a man who fought for the American Army during the Revolutionary War.
Lafayette is the center of Acadiana, a major area of Cajun culture in the country. You’ll also find a significant Louisiana Creole influence in Lafayette.
Residents who live in Lafayette experience a humid subtropical climate. Similar to other cities along the Gulf of Mexico, Lafayette has hot summers where high temperatures reach 92 degrees Fahrenheit and mild winters where highs drop to 64 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lafayette Activities and Attractions
Lafayette is home to several festivals throughout the year including the Cajun & Creole Christmas, the Crawfish Festival, Downtown Alive, Festivals Acadiens et Creoles, Festival International, LA Crossroads, Bach Lunch, Mardi Gras, Bicentennial and the Zydeco Festival.
Visit the Acadian Memorial and Museum to learn about the 3,000 people that fled to Louisiana after they were exiled from Acadie by the British. There’s a mural titled “The Arrival of the Acadians in Louisiana” that’s located at the memorial and a wall of names that lists the refugees who came to the city. Other attractions at the memorial and museum include an eternal flame, the Acadian Odyssey Quilt and the Coats of Arms Mosaics.
Moving to Lafayette
You’ll need to find a Lafayette moving company once you decide to move to this Southern metropolis. That’s when you can turn to Allied Van Lines to suit all of your moving needs. Allied has 500 agent locations across the U.S. and Canada and representatives in 34 countries worldwide.
With a regional and long haul fleet of more than 3,500 vehicles, Allied can help you get all of your belongings to your new home. Full-service and fragile-only packing options are available for customers as well as box and furniture inventory and unpacking and clean-up services.
Allied sells self-pack materials if you prefer to do the work yourself. When you choose Allied, you’ll also receive free residence protection pads and carpet covers for your doorways, corners, railings and high-traffic areas. There’s no surprise pricing with Allied, so you don’t have to worry about any unexpected costs once you’re done unpacking.