Moving could be a stressful time if you don't have any help, but with Allied Van Lines, your upcoming household or commercial relocation in New Mexico will go as smoothly as possible. We employ experienced agents who are licensed and bonded for your peace of mind. Each one of our agents is also accredited through New Mexico's Better Business Bureau. Our agents know every community in the state and are conveniently located in cities that include Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Carlsbad. We're also prepared to coordinate the logistics of an out-of-state or international move.
If you're planning to fly to your new place, we'll set you up with movers who have the capacity to transport your vehicle. If your new home or commercial space in New Mexico is not fully ready for your arrival, we can arrange a short-term or long-term storage facility for your belongings. Do you have a long to-do list, and do you need the movers to do your packing? When you work with our agents, we'll sit down with you and plan out the resources that will lower your stress level. Call our agents in New Mexico today to get a free relocation quote.
New Mexico is a southwestern U. S. state considered one of the Mountain States, a sub-region of the western United States comprised of eight states that together have the highest mean elevation in the country. The culture of the state has strong Hispanic and Native American influences, largely because New Mexico was colonized by the Spanish before it was ever a part of America, and the state has a great number of Navajo, Pueblo, and Apache peoples. The state joins Colorado, Arizona, and Utah together at the northwestern corner of New Mexico as one of the Four Corners states. Other bordering states include Texas and the Mexican states of Chihuahua and Sonora.
When you move to New Mexico you will find in addition to the scenic red deserts and mesas that New Mexico is known for, snowy peaks and heavily forested mountain wildernesses can be found in the north. In fact, millions of acres in New Mexico are government protected national forests. One of the most important rivers in the state is the Rio Grande, a river which is tied for the fourth longest in the United States. New Mexico climate is arid or semiarid for the most part with summer temperatures frequently exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Notable people from New Mexico include Neil Patrick Harris, John Denver, Anna Gunn, and William Hanna of Hanna Barbera cartoons.
The oldest city in New Mexico, Santa Fe, is the state capital and the oldest state capital in the U. S. New and rebuilt buildings in designated historic districts of Santa Fe must exhibit a Spanish Territorial or Pueblo style of architecture, with features suggestive of the area's traditional adobe construction such as flat roofs, as of a city ordinance passed in 1957. The downtown area of the city is a popular destination for visitors and is considered a hub for arts with a high concentration of artists displaying multicultural pieces that celebrate New Mexico’s eclectic heritage. Santa Fe is also home to many museums and festivals of interest.
The city with the highest population in the state is Albuquerque. The Rio Grande flows north to south through the city and the Sandia Mountains border it to the east. The city is home to one of the largest hot air balloon festivals in the world and has been referenced in many pop culture works such as multiple Bugs Bunny shorts and a song by “Weird Al” Yankovic. It was the setting of the hit television series Breaking Bad, which was filmed on location.Contact Allied today and we’ll help you settle into your new home in New Mexico.