The Allied Van Lines agent who serves the Bangor, ME, area has earned an average rating of 5 out of 5 stars. This perfect rating underscores our company's dedication to what we do. Our clients come first, and we make sure that all of their belongings are handled with care. Our network of agents extends across the country, and all of them are licensed, bonded, and accredited with the Better Business Bureau. Allied Van Lines clients include those who are moving within Greater Bangor area as well as people who are relocating from across the country and internationally. We regularly handle corporate relocations, and we're equipped to deal with any logistical issues that may arise. If needed, we can place your things in secure storage facilities, and we can also arrange to have reputable local movers pack your belongings for you.
You can rely on Allied Van Lines if you're looking for a trustworthy moving partner. We would be happy to answer any of your questions, and we can provide you with a free estimate so that you have a better idea of what to expect. When you partner with us, you'll see how committed we are to giving our clients the service they expect.
Bangor, Maine’s third largest city, is the major commercial and cultural center for eastern Maine, as well as Atlantic Canada. Queen City, as some residents refer to it, sits on the western bank of the mighty Penobscot River, and the closeness of the river made Bangor the “lumber capital of the world” for much of the 19th century. Besides being known as the setting for many of Stephen King’s novels, Bangor today is the largest market town and distribution region in a five-county area.
As of the 2013 U.S. Census, Bangor has a population of about 32,000. Residents of Bangor enjoy all four seasons. In July, temperatures approach the high 80s and in January, lows drop to the teens.
Attractions and Activities in Bangor
Residents can choose from a list of recreational activities. Bangor Municipal Golf Course is a 27-hole championship layout designed by Geoffrey Cornish. Nearby, the Rolland F. Perry City Forest offers more than 680 acres of wildlife habitat with 9 miles of trails perfect for hiking and jogging. Don’t miss Cascade Park, one of Bangor’s most popular parks, and if you want to spend an afternoon by the water, the recently renovated Bangor Waterfront - complete with an open air amphitheater - is the place to be.
The architecture in Bangor’s historic downtown offers a glimpse into Bangor’s past. The brick buildings were constructed following the Great Fire of 1911, and now stand as music venues and theaters that entertain residents and visitors year-round. The Penobscot Theater Company and the Bangor Opera House are particularly popular choices.
Children will love the Maine Discovery Museum, where the biggest draw is the live animal interaction. Be sure to check out the Cole Land Transportation Museum to see a display of Maine’s trains and steamrollers and other historic transportation equipment.
Moving to Bangor
When you decide to move out East, let the professionals at Bangor moving company carry your bags. Allied Van Lines provides a variety of moving services, including fragile-only packing, self-pack materials and box and furniture inventory. Allied has more than 2,600 employees nationwide with more than 3,500 long-haul and regional vehicle fleets, which cater to movers from coast to coast.
You don't have to worry about surprise pricing either, since with Allied, what you agree upon is what you’ll receive, no hidden fees. This Bangor moving company can make getting your gear to your new home a lot simpler!
The nearest major airport is Bangor International Airport, located conveniently only 5 miles away. Drivers can head down Interstate 95 until they reach Highway 100, which leads right into the city.