If you’re interested in the finest neighborhoods in Manchester, NH, put Straw/Smith, Hanover Hill, and North End on your must-see list. Regardless of where you decide to live, Allied Van Lines is in business to make sure you get there with as little hassle as possible. Our three local agents serving the area are well-regarded and boast an average customer service rating of 4.81 out of 5 stars. Fully accredited by the Better Business Bureau, our bonded and licensed agents will be sure to take care of you and your belongings.
Whether you’re moving a residential or a commercial property, we can offer the services you need. The movers we'll hire will take a careful inventory of all your belongings, and they can also assemble or disassemble your furniture and appliances if needed. We can also find movers who offer packing, unpacking, and vehicle transportation for motorbikes, boats, and automobiles. Looking to pack yourself? We can get you the materials you need. Our agents can even find a short-term storage solution if you’re not ready to move all of your belonging. If you’re moving to Manchester, you can make no better decision than to choose Allied Van Lines.
The city of Manchester, New Hampshire, in the southern part of the state near the Massachusetts border, is home to more than 110,000 people. It’s the largest city in the state and was a vision of its founder Samuel Blodget to become an important industrial center in the U.S.
Manchester’s nickname is the Queen City and is made up of 25 neighborhoods including Amoskeag, Rimmon Heights, the West Side, the North End, the East Side, Bakersville, Notre Dame/McGregorville, Janeville/Corey Square and Piscataquog/Granite Square, which is also referred to at “the Squog.”
There are a number of higher education learning facilities in Manchester including Granite State College, Manchester Community College, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, Mount Washington College, Saint Anselm College, University of New Hampshire at Manchester and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
Manchester Activities and Attractions
The Currier Museum of Art showcases European and American artists. Paintings, photographs, sculptures and more done by internationally renowned artists such as Picasso, Monet, O’Keeffe and more can be see at the museum. You can also go on a tour of the Zimmer House, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
When you want to get a good look at nature, head to Amoskeag Falls. The work “amoskeag” means good fishing place and was once visited by Native Americans because of the salmon, sturgeon and alewife that could be easily caught during migration.
Moving to Manchester
Allied Van Lines is the Manchester moving company that can help you pack up and move to your new home in this charming New England city. Allied has 500 agent locations across North America and representatives in 34 countries worldwide.
Customers who choose Allied can opt for a number of services including box and furniture inventory, electronics and appliance assembly and disassembly and unpacking and clean-up services. Allied also sells self-pack materials for those who want to do the work themselves. Allied provides free residence protection pads for corners, railings and doorways as well as carpet covers for high-traffic areas.
Allied will transport your vehicle for you if you decide to fly into Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.