Spartanburg, South Carolina Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Spartanburg Moving Companies
Allied Van Lines has four local moving agents who are available to serve you in the Spartanburg, SC, area, and these agents have an average customer quality rating of 4.98 out of 5 stars. With years of experience in the industry as well as a full array of agency-affiliated movers and moving resources at our fingertips, Allied Van Lines provides residential, commercial, and corporate moves throughout the country and across the world. In the event that your plans are taking you from Forest Park to Historic Hampton Heights right here in "Hub City," we can handle that, too.
One of our agents has been a trusted mover in Spartanburg since 1907, and all of them are licensed, bonded, and BBB-accredited. At Allied Van Lines, we cater to our customers, and the agent you choose will work closely with you to customize a moving plan that satisfies your needs. We'll use our advanced technology and innovative services to make your experience easy, affordable, and as stress-free as possible. From senior moving to high-value transport to portable storage, we offer a wide range of services in addition to basic packing and loading. Get a free estimate when you call us to discuss your relocation plans.
Spartanburg is the largest city in Spartanburg County and the sixth largest in the state of South Carolina. The city offers both historical ambiance and modern, urban amenities, making Spartanburg a great place to call home.
“Hub City” was the nickname given to Spartanburg because it was a railroad center, and today is a great place for business as it’s home to BMW Manufacturing Corporation, Extended Stay American and Denny’s Corporation.
According to the 2012 U.S. Census, Spartanburg has approximately 37,401 residents living there, and with a cost of living index about 15 percent below the national average, it’s an affordable place to call home.
Attractions and Activities in Spartanburg
Learn about the history of your new home town at the Spartanburg Regional History Museum. Here you’ll find out the area from when it was settled through the late 20th century, and you’ll see exhibits displaying the locale’s textile and military history, handcrafted furniture and decorative arts from around Spartanburg County.
Enjoy the great outdoors at Cottonwood Trail, a walking path that runs along Lawson’s Fork. This stretch of land is home to much of the area’s wildlife, so keep your eyes open for some running buddies. There are also picnic areas along the trail where you can stop and enjoy a tasty meal under the sun. The Cottonwood Trail is popular among bikers, runners and walkers in Spartanburg.
Every spring the community comes together to celebrate with the annual Spring Fling. Get to know your neighbors while you enjoy live music, tons of tasty good, arts and crafts, a car show, a professional cycling race and much more that the whole family will love.
Moving to Spartanburg
Spartanburg is easy to access if you’re driving via Interstates 85 and 26, but you can also opt to fly into Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport or Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (17 miles away in Greer, South Carolina) and let a Spartanburg moving company like Allied Van Lines transport your car or truck.
Allied can also take care of all the heavy lifting with their full-service packing, and for those who own a lot of antiques, there’s fragile-only packing. Determining what you need won’t be a problem with Allied’s representatives in 34 countries and hundreds of customer services reps available 24/7. You’ll definitely want to take advantage of box and furniture inventory and high-value shipping to ensure that everything arrives safe and sound. Allied can even help with unpacking and clean-up services to keep stress levels low front start to finish.