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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Norman Moving Companies

You may be excited about your move to Norman while dreading the work involved. Give yourself a break and consider hiring Allied Van Lines for assistance. We understand the complexity of relocating. At Allied Van Lines, we have a long list of services that enable clients to choose the amount and type of assistance they need. We can hire movers to help with some or all of the packing. Our agents can also arrange to have furniture disassembled and appliances disconnected. Upon arriving at your new location, everything can be set up as needed.

Our Allied Van Lines agent servicing the Norman area has experience with different types of moves. You might be moving into a larger home on Ives Way or expanding your retail business to a building on Alameda Street. Either way, we have the knowledge and equipment to make the move happen. Our agent is accredited by the Oklahoma Better Business Bureau as well as bonded and licensed. They have received a perfect 5-star rating from previous clients. Let us help remove some of the stress of your upcoming move by scheduling a consultation today.

Located just south of Oklahoma City in the heart of the Sooner State lies Norman, one of the best college towns across the U.S. and an even better place to call home. There are numerous places to explore the great outdoors, and the collegiate atmosphere and business-driven attitude of city makes it a great place for new residents.

According to City-Data, Norman is experiencing a lot of residential growth, as the city saw a more than 20 percent jump in population from 2000 to 2012. Norman is also a very youthful city, as the median resident age is less than 30 years old. Despite all of the momentum behind the growth of the city, Norman is still an affordable place to call home - the cost of living index is more than 13 percent lower than the U.S. national average. A 2012 U.S. Census analysis shows that Norman is home to more than 115,000 residents.

Activities and Attractions in Norman

If you really want to get a sense of the community in Norman, a trip to Oklahoma Memorial Stadium during football season is a great idea. Oklahoma University - one of the biggest employers in town - is known for its stellar football program, so this could be one of the best places for you to be on Saturdays in the fall if you want to get to know your new neighbors.

The Sam Noble Museum at Oklahoma University is another excellent place to stop by too. Not only is this one of the most formidable research facilities in the Great Plains, but it also boasts a large collection of archaeological, ethnological and paleontological exhibits that explain a lot about the natural world. This could be a great place for explorers, animal lovers and children.

Moving to Norman

Norman is very easy to find, especially if you are coming from Oklahoma City with your Norman moving company. The city is located along Interstate 35 and state Highway 9, so traversing the area by care is simple. However, if you would rather opt for Allied Van Lines' vehicle transportation service, you can fly into Will Rogers World Airport, which is 21 miles from Norman's city center, and let Allied take care of the rest. There are many other amenities that you can enjoy with Allied, including full-service packing, box and furniture inventory, clean-up and unpacking services and no-surprise pricing.



Top Public Schools in norman, oklahoma

McKinley Elementary School

          

PK-5

Whittier Middle School

          

6-8

Norman North High School

          

8-12

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Cost of Living in norman, oklahoma

Cost of Living Index 0
Rent Index 20.79
Groceries Index 0
Restaurant Index 59.18
Cost of Living Plus Rent Index 0
Local Purchasing Power 0

Data by Numbeo.com



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