If you're moving to Cranberry Township, Allied Van Lines can make the job easier. As one of the premier relocation companies in the world, we have the many decades of experience to help make your move more efficient. We work with anything from individuals needing a residential apartment move to corporations looking to relocate large businesses.
Allied Van Lines has seven agents serving the Cranberry Township area who are experienced in the moving process. Our agents have earned an approval rating of 4.9 stars out of 5 from previous customers. Our agents are also licensed, bonded and recognized by the Pennsylvania Better Business Bureau for your peace of mind. We're ready to connect you with movers who can do some or all of the packing, store items you don't have room for and transport extra vehicles. Contact our local agents to learn about the options we have for you and receive a free, no-obligation estimate.
Handling a family’s move is a difficult process, but the professionals at Allied Van Lines are here to assist you. We’re positioned as one of the top moving companies in the area of Cranberry Township, and you can rest assured that our agents and the movers they work with will manage your relocation with competency and an eye on the safety of your possessions. Take the time to call one of our agents today and learn more about how Allied Van Lines can help you conduct your move.
What a Move to Cranberry Township Has to Offer
The region allows growing families to strike a fair balance between access to the best of urban living and the ease of rural life. Cranberry Township hosts a farmers market every Friday from spring through fall, so you and your family can find some fresh fruits and vegetables to enjoy, all from local farms. The township is located within a half-hour driving range of the Pittsburgh metro area, so you can visit the city and take in its many sporting events, concerts and cultural offerings.
Outdoorsy types will love the ready access they will have to greenways. There are a number of parks located within Cranberry Township, and you can also drive to a number of state forests in both eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania. The region just to the north of the township is dotted by a number of lakes, so families that enjoy watersports will find living in the area especially appealing.
Cranberry Township is an up-and-coming part of the western Pennsylvania region. It has grown in population from 23,625 people in 2000 to 28,098 in 2010, according the U.S. Census.
The region was a focal point of the French and Indian War, and a number of famous figures, including George Washington, traveled through the area. The township was officially established in 1804, and it was named for the presence of cranberry fruit. A number of historic trails go through the surrounding county, and several are available to visit. The area is home to a number of old schoolhouses, and the local historical society offers a Sample School House Tour, where visitors can learn more about the way education used to work in America.
The Allied Van Lines Difference
We possess more than 85 years of experience, and our agents are committed to seeing that your relocation effort in Cranberry Township goes as smoothly as possible. Movers can help you with:
- Packing your things
- Getting boxes and materials
- Storing items that can’t be moved
- Handling transportation needs
- Transporting cars and boats
Call us today in order to ask for a free quote and to learn why so many Cranberry Township families consider Allied Van Lines the moving company that they trust.