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A residential or commercial relocation in New Hampshire may cause you to feel overwhelmed with all the tasks that need to be completed. Instead of stressing over your long to-do list, turn to our Allied Van Lines agents for assistance. Our licensed and bonded agents can connect you with reliable movers that will handle your belongings with care. We have trustworthy agents located across the state, from Nashua and Manchester in the south to Lancaster and Pittsburg in the north. Is your move taking you out of the state? That's no problem because we can also handle long-distance and international moves.

All our representatives have been accredited by the New Hampshire Better Business Bureau to provide our clients with peace of mind from knowing that their belongings are in dependable hands. We aim to reduce the stress of your move by finding you movers that can efficiently pack, load and deliver your belongings. Do you need an office space broken down or a temporary storage solution for the items that aren't coming with you right away? Give one our local New Hampshire Allied Van Lines agents a call for a free estimate on the services you need.

New Hampshire is the New England state that was the first to establish a government independent of Great Britain's authority and its own state constitution.  The state is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, the Canadian province of Quebec to the north, and Maine to the east.  The Atlantic Ocean spans 18 miles of the eastern border, the shortest coast line of any coastal state in the U. S., however the state has the highest percentage of timberland area in the country.  Some notable people from New Hampshire include Ronnie James Dio, Adam Sandler, Sarah Silverman, and GG Allin.

With some of the largest ski mountains on the East Coast, New Hampshire's major recreational attractions include skiing, snowmobiling, and other winter sports.  New Hampshire was home to the Old Man of the Mountain, a face-like rock formation in Franconia Notch that disintegrated in May 2003.  The White Mountain National Forest links the Vermont and Maine portions of the Appalachian Trail, and features the Mount Washington Auto Road, where visitors may drive to the top of 6,288-foot Mount Washington.  Mount Washington is the site of the second highest wind speed ever recorded.  With hurricane-force winds every third day on average and over 100 recorded deaths among visitors, the peak has claim to the title the "World's Worst Weather."

New Hampshire has a humid continental climate with warm, humid summers, and cold, wet winters that are occasionally affected by extreme snow, associated with a nor'easter.  New Hampshire, on occasion, is affected by hurricanes and tropical storms.

New Hampshire's many sap houses are known for holding sugaring-off open houses, in the spring.  In summer and early autumn, New Hampshire is home to many county fairs, such as the Hopkinton State Fair, in Contoocook. New Hampshire's Lakes Region is a popular tourist destination and home to many summer camps, especially around Lake Winnipesaukee. 

Another popular tourist destination is Portsmouth, a historic seaport in Rockingham County.  Manchester, the largest city in New Hampshire, often appears favorably in lists ranking the affordability and livability of American cities. Concord, the state capital, has many historic landmarks, such as the Eagle Hotel on Main Street.  It is known for having many U. S. presidents dine there, including Franklin Pierce who spent the night before departing for his inauguration.