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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Salisbury Moving Comapnies
Salisbury, Maryland, is home to seven Allied Van Lines agents, and these seasoned professionals have an average customer rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars. All of our agents maintain BBB accreditation and are licensed and bonded for your peace of mind. Each of our agents is ready to help you with a move to a new neighborhood, such as Autumn Grove or Westover Hills. If you need a long-distance, cross-country move or even an international move, our friendly agents are available to coordinate it for you.
We help your relocation go more smoothly by connecting you with movers who can handle many of the hands-on tasks, such as packing and loading your boxes. Our agents can connect you with movers who have the ability to transport your motorcycle or car as well. If you need a short-term storage solution for some extra belongings, our Salisbury, MD, agents will help you secure a unit. We can even supply you with moving boxes and packing tape to protect your items. Our agents assist with moves of all types, including household, small business, and corporate. At Allied Van Lines, we provide free estimates for our moving services, so you always know what to expect.
Known as the Crossroads of Delmarva, Salisbury, Maryland, is the largest city on the Eastern Shore and can be found in Wicomico County.
Salisbury was founded in 1732 and incorporated in 1854, and today it serves as the commercial hub of the Delmarva Peninsula. The city is also home to Salisbury University and Wor-Wic Community College, showing that education and higher learning is an important part of the community.
The city had a population of 31,243 as of the 2012 U.S. Census, and that number jumped by 31.6 percent since 2000. Even so, the cost of living is still about 6 percent less than the national average, so Salisbury is an affordable place to live. And with wonderful restaurants, antique shops, parks and the zoo, this Maryland city is a delightful place to call home.
Attractions and Activities in Salisbury
Learn more about the history of your new hometown with a tour of the Poplar Hill Mansion, which was built in the Federal-style in 1795 by Major Levin Handy. In 1971, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places, and today you can visit the impressive home to see the Federal and Neoclassical-style woodwork, Palladian windows on the second floor and over the front door and a gable-fronted facade.
Your family is sure to love visits to the Salisbury Zoological Park, which is considered one of the best small zoos in America. As you stroll around the 12 acres you can visit a variety of animals from all around the world including alligators, flamingos, ocelots, North American river otters, two-toed sloths, macaws, bears and llamas.
Moving to Salisbury
When it comes time to relocate to Salisbury, drivers can access the city via U.S. Highways 13 and 50. But if you’d prefer to fly in, Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport is just a little over 7 miles from the city center, and Allied Van Lines can transport your vehicle for you.
This Salisbury moving company has representatives in 34 countries around the world with 500 agents across North America and Canada and an additional 2,600 employees worldwide who can help ease you through your move.
Do-it-yourselfers will love the self-pack materials including boxes, dish barrels and stretchwrap for furniture, or if you prefer to leave the heavy lifting to the professionals there’s full-service packing. Allied also offers electronic and appliance disassembly and assembly, box and furniture inventory and unpacking and clean-up services, so all you have to do is relax and let Allied take care of the hard part.