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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Beaufort Moving Companies
When you need reliable movers to pack up your office supplies and equipment and transport everything to your new commercial space on Ribaut Road or Business Loop 21, you can depend on the three Allied Van Lines agents in Beaufort, South Carolina. We also help people move into new homes, such as a new apartment on Duke Street or a multiple-story house on King Street. No matter how many belongings you need to have packed and moved, our BBB-accredited agents will find the right movers for the job. Do you also need help with utility connections or a storage unit? Our agents assist with those resources too.
Our agents are equipped to coordinate cross-country and international moves. We can even find movers who are able to transport your vehicle. We are ready to set you up with everything you need for an efficient move, including packing tape, protective materials for your fragile belongings and sturdy boxes to handle your collection of books. Our agents in Beaufort coordinate household, small business and corporate moves of every size. We are licensed and bonded and offer free estimates for moves in Beaufort, SC.
Head north from Hilton Head Island and you will run into Beaufort, one of the most beautiful cities in coastal South Carolina. In fact, Coastal Living magazine even named Beaufort America's Happiest Seaside Town in 2013, due to the unmistakable friendliness of the Lowcountry and beautiful Antebellum architecture.
The city celebrated its 300th birthday in 2011, and is the second-oldest city in the state. Beaufort has always been a multicultural city with plenty of Gullah customs and a rich African-American heritage. The weather is warm year-round in Beaufort, which average highs in the 60s in February.
Beaufort has all the comforts of a small town too, as the city is home to more than 12,700 residents, according to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate.
Activities and attractions in Beaufort
Since Beaufort is located on Port Royal Island, there are loads of outdoor attractions and activities that you can experience, but perhaps the most popular is Hunting Island State Park, a 5,000-acre green space equipped with 3 miles of natural beach. Many residents enjoy hunting and fishing here, and your kids will love building sandcastles, exploring the historic lighthouse and learning about the sailors and pirates that used to frequent these shores, including Blackbeard himself.
Take a walk downtown and you will clearly see why residents love their way of life here. Instead of being destroyed during the Civil War, the city was occupied by Union troops, so some 50 homes in the historic district are completely preserved and are located on the eastern shore of town, many with incredible views of the Atlantic. If you want to get out and explore the water yourself, kayaking and boating are also great pastimes in Beaufort, and with the great weather, you can enjoy these sports year-round.
Moving to Beaufort
Getting around in Beaufort can be a bit tricky if you aren't used to coastal locations, so you may need the assistance of a Beaufort moving company. Fortunately, U.S. Highway 21 runs straight through town and all the way to the coast, and is the main artery in town. Interstate 95 also runs alongside the city limits. The two closest airports to the city are Hilton Head Airport and Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, if you are deciding to fly into the city. With Allied Van Lines by your side, you can let an agent take care of the rest of your relocation, especially with great services like electronics assembly, vehicle transportation, clean-up and full-service shipping.