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Turn to Allied Van Lines to get assistance with your long-distance, commercial or local residential move in South Carolina. One thing that distinguishes our agents in the field is that Allied Van Lines has a long-standing reputation for providing top-notch services. Another reason to turn to our agents for help is the array of services we offer. You can get assistance with international or business moves. We can help you with storage, packing and utilities setups. Our agents in the state have conducted more than 14,000 moves over the last five years alone, and they have a satisfaction rate that is well above 90 percent.
Whether you need help packing or you need your vehicle transported, we can help you move from Charleston to Aiken, Greenville to Spartanburg, or anywhere else in the state. All of our agents are licensed and bonded to provide great customer service. Call to find out what your options are for your upcoming move.
South Carolina is a southeastern U. S. state, sharing borders with North Carolina in the north, Georgia across the Savannah River, and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. The state's coast has many salt marshes, estuaries, and natural ports including Georgetown and Charleston. West of the coastal plain is the Sandhills, remnants of coastal dunes from a time when the oceans were higher. Upstate, you will find the roots of an ancient, eroded mountain chain. The state has many major lakes. Areas near the coast have mild winters and snow is uncommon across the state, with the most significant amounts falling in the mountainous regions in the northwest. South Carolina has been known to endure tropical storms, tornadoes, and hurricanes. Some notable celebrities from South Carolina include Chris Rock, James Brown, Aziz Ansari, and Vanna White.
The coastal city of Myrtle Beach is known for having miles of pristine, sandy beaches. The area has an assortment of family friendly activities, romantic getaways, food, shops, and other attractions making it a popular vacation destination. The city has a warm subtropical climate and attracts an estimated 14 million visitors each year.
In the geographical center of South Carolina, you will find the state’s largest city and capital, Columbia. Named for Christopher Columbus, Columbia is the location of the University of South Carolina and Fort Jackson, the largest United States Army installation for Basic Combat Training. In the city’s downtown area, a number of historic buildings have been rehabilitated since the late 1980’s, and special revitalization efforts are being made on Main Street. The city features a handful of specialty shopping centers. One such example of particular interest is the Five Points Neighborhood, an eclectic center that is home to many locally owned and operated businesses.
Charleston, a charming historical port city, is home to Fort Sumter and the USS Yorktown. The South Carolina Aquarium is another big state attraction you can find here. The mannerly people of Charleston was deemed "the most polite and hospitable city in America" by Southern Living magazine. The unique Charleston accent is unmistakable and noted throughout the South. Allied can help make your move to South Carolina easier by providing everything you need to plan your move. Call or click today to start your move.