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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Towson Moving Companies
The agents at Allied Van Lines can make sure you get the full support you need for your move to or from Towson, MD. We have four qualified moving agents available to perform your move. Our agents have an average customer approval rating of 4.93 out of 5 stars, and all of them are licensed and bonded as well as accredited by the BBB. Our agents provide a full range of moving services to help you get to your new home with all of your possessions intact. We'll make sure your trip to or from Baltimore County is a safe one.
Allied Van Lines has 85 years of relocation experience, and we're regarded as a trusted national moving service. The agents in our network coordinate with professional movers who know the area and can help you with all aspects of a relocation. The services we offer include comprehensive packing assistance and truck loading, and you'll be welcomed at your destination with a team to help you unload and unpack your items. Whether you're heading for a town in the U.S. or across the globe, we're here to guide you during your move. Call us to obtain a free move quote today.
Towson, Md., is a community in the Baltimore suburbs. The city’s history dates back to the 1700s when William and Thomas Towson began farming land that would eventually become Yok and Joppa roads. The Towson Hotel opened shortly after 1752 and in 1854 Towson became the seat of Baltimore County.
Towson play a role in two minor engagements during the Civil War, the first in 1861 and the second in 1864. When the population in the Baltimore suburbs grew after the end of World War II, so did Towson.
Towson Activities and Attractions
Shopping is a popular activity for the residents of Towson and there are several retail locations throughout the city. Towson Town Center is the largest indoor mall in Baltimore County and has four stories of shops. Towson Square is the newest shopping destination and is an outdoor mall that recently opened in 2013 featuring retail and department stores. Another major shopping area in the city is Towson Place located near Joppa Road, Goucher Boulevard and Putty Hill Avenue.
The Hampton National Historic Site is an 18th century estate with a Georgian manor house, gardens, grounds and the original stone slave quarters. The Ridgely family owned the estate from 1745 until 1948 and it was the largest private home in America upon its completion in 1790. The National Park Service now owns the grounds and visitors to the mansion will see the original furnishings owned by the Ridgely family and go on a tour of the farm house, the preserved stone buildings that now serve as interpretive exhibits to show what life was like for the slaves who lived on the estate as well as the dairy and mule barn.
Moving to Towson
When you decide to make the move to this metropolitan city, you’ll need to find a Towson moving company. Allied Van Lines offers customers a number of services to choose from including full-service and fragile-only packing. Other services by Allied include vehicle transportation, should you decide to arrive in your new town via Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, and assistance with disassembling and assembling electronics and appliances. All pricing from Allied is customized and there are no surprises.
Hundreds of Allied customer service representatives are available 24/7 so if you ever have any questions they’re there to answer them, regardless of the time. There are also 500 agent locations across the U.S. and Canada to help you plan the transportation of your belongings to your new home.