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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Elko Moving Companies
Allied Van Lines agents in the Elko area are available to work with you if you're planning a move. They've been rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and our clients have expressed their sincere appreciation for our agents' dedication and professionalism. All of our agents are licensed, bonded, and accredited with the BBB. We can be a team that you trust to safely transport your things whether you are simply moving across town or venturing across the country. We can even facilitate international moves.
We assist with both residential and commercial moves. Whether for a small house or large corporation, we can manage packing, delivery, and more. We can even arrange transport for cars and recreational vehicles. If you prefer to do the moving yourself, you can count on us for affordable packing supplies. If you're looking for a safe place to store your things, you can take advantage of our storage facilities. Whatever your situation, we'll be there to provide you with practical solutions and free estimates.
With the motto of “The Heart of Northeast Nevada,” Elko has nature and adventure written all over it. Elko, the largest city and hub in the region, straddles the Humboldt River, making it a gateway to outdoor recreation along the Ruby Mountains and rugged canyon streams. The city sits at an elevation of 5,090 feet and serves as the county seat of Elko County. It is also home to Great Basin College.
Elko has a population of approximately 51,000, as of the 2012 U.S. Census.
This desert community experiences four mild seasons. Fall brings in warm days and cool evenings, while winter months come with average temperatures in the mid 30s. In the spring, residents expect warmer temperatures with cool nights, and in the hot summer, the average highs reach between 80 to 90 degrees.
Attractions and activities in Elko
With its moderate climate, Elko packs year-round outdoor activities. Venture into the unspoiled nature at the Humboldt National Forest, a national preserve that spans more than 2 million acres and offers unlimited recreational adventures, such as hiking, horseback riding, camping and backpacking. Other thrill-seekers can rent an ATV, snowboard at Merritt Mountain or go fishing at Southfork or Wild Horse Reservoirs.
Get a feel for life in the early era of westward expansion at the Northeastern Nevada Museum, which showcases local artwork, wildlife exhibits and antique firearms. If you want to discover more art, head to the Western Folklife Center featuring contemporary folk art and cowboy gear.
For a night out, head to the Laurena Moren Theatre, housed with the Elko Convention Center, which offers live performances.
Move to Elko
When you decide to move out West, your transition doesn’t have to be rugged. Allied Van Lines provides a variety of moving services, including fragile-only packing, self-pack materials and box and furniture inventory. Allied Van Lines has more than 2,600 employees nationwide with more than 3,500 long-haul and regional vehicle fleets, which cater to customers from coast to coast.
Movers don't have to worry about surprise pricing either, since at Allied, what you agree upon is what you’ll receive, no hidden fees. Elko moving companies can make getting your gear to your new home a lot simpler!
The nearest major airport is Elko Regional Airport, located conveniently just outside the city. Drivers can head down Interstate 80 until they reach U.S. Highway 225.