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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Dearborn Moving Companies
The Detroit suburb of Dearborn was settled in the late 18th century by French farmers. The population then grew after the Detroit Arsenal on the Chicago Road was established linking the two major cities.
Today, there are more than 96,000 residents living in Dearborn - a major manufacturing hub in the auto industry as the headquarters for the Ford Motor Company are in the city.
Education plays a big role in Dearborn as it is home to many secondary education facilities including the University of Michigan at Dearborn and Henry Ford Community College. Spring Arbor University and Central Michigan University offer classes in Dearborn.
Dearborn Activities and Attractions
Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company, lived in Dearborn. Here, you’ll find the Henry Ford Museum, the largest indoor-outdoor complex and one of the Detroit Metro Area’s leading tourist attractions.
You can also visit the Henry Ford Estate known as Fair Lane. This National Historic Landmark was the home of Ford and his wife until her death in 1950. The University of Michigan now owns the grounds and is performing an extensive restoration of the estate to preserve the history of Ford and his accomplishments.
Recreation is popular in Dearborn and there are more than 40 public parks to satisfy your love of being outdoors. If you prefer to golf as your source of exercise, the Dearborn Hills Golf Course and Mystic Creek Golf Club are here for your enjoyment. Those who enjoy indoor exercise, run around the track or hit the gym at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center.
Moving to Dearborn
Once you decide to start a new chapter in this Michigan city, you’ll need to find a Dearborn moving company. Allied Van Lines has representatives in 34 countries throughout the world and more than 3,500 long haul and regional vehicle fleets to help you get your things to your new home.
Customers who choose Allied are given free residence protection pads and carpet covers to prevent damage to your railings, doorways and high-traffic areas. You can opt for full-service or fragile-only packing or purchase self-pack materials such as mirror and mattress boxes. Allied also offers box and furniture inventory to ensure everything arrives safely at your new home.
If you choose to arrive in Dearborn via Coleman A. Young International Airport - 12 miles from Dearborn - or the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport 15 miles away, Allied will transport your vehicle to your new home.