If you’re moving to Cumberland, MD, let Allied Van Lines take care of you. We have 85 years of experience moving people just like you, and our local agent in the area has a perfect 5-star rating from local customers. Our moving agent is fully licensed and bonded and is accredited with the Better Business Bureau. Our agent is thorough, reliable and dependable. Estimates for all services are provided free of charge. From Woodland Drive to Parkview Avenue, we know Cumberland.
Whether your move is residential, commercial or even corporate, our agent has the experience and expertise to make it happen. Packing supplies are provided for those who wish to pack their own belongings, or you can pay for dedicated packing services done by a team of professionals. Other services include furniture and appliance moving, which includes furniture disassembly and reassembly. Vehicle transport is provided, and those who need it can take advantage of temporary storage options. No matter what services you may need, depend on Allied Van Lines to get it done.
Tucked at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains in northwest Maryland, Cumberland is regarded as the “Gateway to the West,” offering outdoor recreation and fantastic museums. Cumberland, a former railroad hub, now has a flourishing arts community and deep-rooted history that residents continue to shape every day.
As of the 2013 U.S. Census, the population of Cumberland was about 20,000. Most residents work in transportation, health care and social assistance.
Cumberland experiences all four seasons. In the winter months, residents brace for 30s and below while during the summer, temperatures approach highs of 80s and above.
Attractions and Activities in Cumberland
With gorgeous nature in its backyard, Cumberland locals have no shortage of things to do. Spend a day hiking or biking at Canal Tow Path, which cuts through the city’s rugged topography. Or, stroll along the Allegheny Highlands Trail of Maryland, a 20-mile rail trail that stretches from Cumberland to the Mason-Dixon line where it meets the Allegheny Highlands Trail of Pennsylvania.
Shopaholics head to Downtown Pedestrian Malls, which has dozens of antique stores, art galleries and sidewalk cafes. The Country Club Mall, complete with a movie theater, is another popular spot.
History lovers enjoy touring the one-room cabin where the first president of the U.S. stayed during the French and Indian War, aptly called George Washington’s Headquarters. You can also take advantage of several museums in the area, such as Allegany and Vietnam Veterans of America and Brooke Whiting Museum.
Moving to Cumberland
When you’re ready to move to Cumberland, let Allied Van Lines lend a hand. This Cumberland moving company provides electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly, self-pack materials and vehicle transportation, to name a few of our many services.
If you’re looking for flights, the nearest airport to Cumberland is John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County, located 70 miles away in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. For drivers, this city is accessible via Interstate 68 and U.S. Highway 220.
With Allied, movers can be confident they will receive no surprise pricing and no hidden fees. See how this Cumberland moving company can help you today!