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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Lima Moving Companies
With a rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars, the Allied Van Lines agent in Lima, Ohio, can help you coordinate any size of household, small business or corporate relocation. Do you need help from reliable movers who can pack, load and transport your business' supplies and equipment to a new location on East Elm Street or West Robb Avenue? We will connect you with movers who will get it done efficiently. If you are moving into an apartment on Lowell Avenue or a bigger home on Holly Street, we have movers who can transport the boxes you have already packed. Did you run out of boxes or packing tape? Our agent will get you what you need.
We coordinate local moves in Lima, OH, as well as long-distance moves around the country and the world. Our agent in Lima is accredited by the BBB and is licensed and bonded. If you need a storage unit to temporarily keep some of your belongings, our agent can help with that too. With our 85 years of experience, Allied Van Lines is ready to help lower the stress of any kind of move. Call for a free quote today.
In Ohio’s Allen County is the city of Lima, which was founded in the 1830s. During its first years the city experiences an oil boom and Lima expanded an an industrial town about halfway between Dayton and Toledo.
Now Lima is wonderful locale for families filled with plenty of history to learn about, cultural experiences to enjoy and tons of outdoor space of which you can take advantage.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, the population of Lima was 38,399 and the median resident age was around 32 years old, so you can see this Ohio city is a lovely place for young families to enjoy together.
Lima experiences a four-season climate, so if you enjoy the differences between spring, summer, fall and winter, this city is sure to please.
Attractions and Activities in Lima
While some may recognize the city of Lima as the setting the for the fictional television program, “Glee,” there is much more to do here than sing and dance (though feel free to if that’s what you enjoy). Learn about the history of the area at the Allen County Museum with exhibits on Lima’s pioneer days as well as on John Dillinger who escaped from the county jail.
Whether the kids are looking for a fun place for a birthday party or you just want to have some family fun time while enjoying some exercise, check out the Edgewood Skate Arena Roller Skating Rink. Another great kid-friendly spot is the Little Squirt Sports Park where you can race go-karts or bumper boats, hit the batting cages or play some mini-golf. Grown up golfers can hit the links at Hidden Creek Golf Course where you can play 18 holes.
Moving to Lima
Lima moving companies know that relocating can cause a lot of stress, so let Allied Van Companies do the heavy lifting for you. With 500 agents in North America and Canada as well as representatives in 34 different countries, Allied can successfully get you to Lima whether you’re moving from the Midwest, the South or across the pond.
If you’re flying in, the Lima Allen County Airport is just 5 miles southeast of the city, and the Dayton International Airport is about an hour drive away. While the flight may be easy, it can be troublesome if you’ve got a car. Allies offers vehicle transportation so your car or truck can meet you at your new home. If you’re driving in you can access Lima via Interstate 75.
Allied Van Lines also offers full-service and fragile-only packing as well as self-pack materials depending on how involved you want to be in boxing up your belongings. They’ll even help you unpack and clean up afterward.