Rock Hill, South Carolina Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Rock Hill Moving Companies
When it’s time to move to or from Rock Hill, SC, turn to Allied Van Lines for help. Our two agents in the Rock Hill area are committed to excellent customer service and have earned an average quality rating of 4.65 out of 5 stars. Our agents are also licensed, bonded, and BBB-accredited, so you can trust them with your things. They know Rock Hill inside and out and are perfectly positioned to facilitate your move in the area. If you're relocating across the country or overseas, you can relax and leave the logistics to us because we're part of the Allied Van Lines global network of moving resources.
During your move to Brush Creek Road, Stonehill Place, or anywhere in between, the movers we hire will treat your property and belongings with care and respect. If you'd like to do some of the work on your own, our agent can set you up with the supplies and boxes that will make packing a breeze. If you'd prefer to book a full-service move, our agent will work with you directly to customize an efficient and affordable moving plan that includes only the products and services that you want. We can even arrange short- or long-term storage when needed.
Rock Hill, S.C. is located in York County near the state’s border with North Carolina. It is the fifth largest city in the state and has a population of more than 68,000 people, based on the 2012 U.S. Census. Rock Hill’s early founding families were the White, Black and Moores.
Rock Hill played important roles during the Civil War era as well as during the Civil Rights Movement. The city was the first stop for the Freedom Riders who boarded buses in Washington, D.C. on their way to the Deep South to test the 1960 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that banned racial segregation in public facilities, and since then diversity has been an important part of the community.
This city experiences a humid subtropical climate and average temperatures are around 73 degrees Fahrenheit with lows in January only dropping to 51 degrees Fahrenheit.
Activities and Attractions in Rock Hill
The Catawba Indian Nation once called the area home and you can check out exhibits and learn more about the life of the tribe with a visit to the Catawba Cultural Center in the town of Catawba, approximately 10 miles southeast of Rock Hill.
Historic Brattonsville sits on a 775-acre Revolutionary War site and includes the Bratton Plantation that was owned and lived in by three generations of the Bratton family. Also on the plantation is the Walt Schrader Trails, Hightower Hall and the Bratton Family Farm. African American history is also a big part of Historic Brattonsville due to the region’s significance during the Civil War.
The kids will love Main Street Children’s Museum that offers fun and educational activities for children through age 6. There’s a pumpkin house and a tree house perfect for climbing and engaging in developmental play.
Moving to Rock Hill
Once you decide to make this city your new home, it’s time to search for a Rock Hill moving company. Allied Van Lines offers customers free residence protection pads for railings, corners and doorways as well as carpet covers for high-traffic areas. You can choose between full-service or fragile-only packing or purchase self-pack materials such as boxes and stretchwrap for furniture.
Allied also offers vehicle transportation if you choose to arrive at your new home via Charlotte Douglas International Airport, just 29 miles from Rock Hill. If you choose to drive to your new home, Rock Hill is accessible from Interstate 77.