Allied Van Lines: The Best of Port Huron Moving Companies
Whether you're moving to Port Huron, MI, because you bought a wonderful new house or corporate relocation is granting you a more lucrative opportunity, you want the process to go as smoothly as possible. Allied Van Lines agents understand that and focus on the service that's earned us 5-star ratings from satisfied customers. We can coordinate every aspect of your move, from disconnecting appliances and crating your belongings to unpacking everything in the rooms of your new home. We can also manage international moving, local or long-distance transfers, and storage.
Allied Van Lines has decades of experience with residential and commercial moving services. Is your new home situated near the beautiful St. Clair River in Port Huron, or did you choose a home in the Keewahdin neighborhood? Our Port Huron agents use their local knowledge to efficiently route your possessions. Wherever you're moving, you can rely on the expertise of our extensive network of agents to safely deliver your belongings. Our agents are all licensed, bonded, and accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Give us a call now for your free estimate and learn how our agents can meet all your moving needs.
At the base of Lake Huron, the city of Port Huron, Michigan, stretches for 7 miles along the shore of the St. Clair River and boasts a high standard of living and a thriving community for work a play.
This city is located in St. Clair County and has a lot of employment opportunities in the tourism and automotive industries.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, Port Huron has a population of 29,684 and a cost of living index about 11 percent lower than the national average, so it’s an affordable place to live as well. Here, you’ll find plenty of small-town charm as well as urban amenities.
Like other Midwestern cities, Port Huron experiences all four climates with temperatures dropping to to below freezing in the winter and climbing to the 80s in the summer.
Attractions and Activities in Port Huron
Fans of live entertainment, whether it’s sports or music, will love visit the McMorran Place arena and entertainment complex, which seats up to 4,800 patrons and houses a multi-purpose arena, pavilion and theater. Hockey fans can catch the North American Hockey League’s Port Huron Fighting Falcons games here, and the theater has hosted such musical acts as KISS, Van Halen, Bon Jovi, Johnny Cash and Aerosmith.
With Port Huron being so close to the water, it’s always fun to check out the annual Port Huron to Mackinac sailboat race, which is the longest fresh-water race in the world and features more than 200 boats every year. The race features two courses: the Shore Course sails up the Michigan shoreline while the Cove Island Cuurse heads up around a buoy off Clove Island and both finish at Mackinac Island.
Moving to Port Huron
Drivers can access Port Huron via Interstates 94 and 69 as well as Highway 402, but if you opt for vehicle transportation with a Port Huron moving company like Allied Van Lines, the closest airport is Bishop International Airport, which is about 71 miles away in Flint, Michigan.
Allied also offers options such as fragile-only and full-service packing, self-pack materials, box and furniture inventory, high value shipping and unpacking and clean-up services, so you’ll be taken care of from start to finish during your relocation. And Allied promises no surprise pricing, so you’ll know exactly what you’re paying for as long as services are not added after contract.
Allied has hundreds of customer service representatives available 24/7 and service in 34 countries around the globe, so no matter where you’re coming from, this Port Huron moving company can help to the the stress out of relocating.