Granbury, Texas Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Granbury Moving Companies
Packing, working out logistics, and providing vehicle transport are just some of the moving-related tasks our Allied Van Lines agent in the Granbury, TX, area can help you with. Regardless of what's bringing you to or taking you out of neighborhoods like Cresson, Mambrino, or Lipan, our agent will work with you to determine what's necessary to get you settled in your new location. Whether your move is residential, commercial, or corporate in nature, we can provide everything from packing supplies to setup services. If you're not moving your belongings into your new location right away, we can also connect you with temporary storage. We can even help with an international move.
A variety of personalized moving services is available from Allied Van Lines and the agents who work one-on-one with customers like you. Our agent serving the Granbury area has earned a quality rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars. As is the case with all our trusted agents, they're also BBB accredited, licensed, and bonded for your added protection and peace of mind. Contact our agent in Granbury, TX, today to get started with a free moving quote.
About 41 miles southwest of Fort Worth, Texas, in Hood County is the city of Granbury, which was founded 1887 and started as a square and a log cabin courthouse. It was named for General Hiram B. Granbury.
Today, many of the cities are registered historic landmarks, so the culture is rich here, and residents enjoy Lake Granbury, which flows through the city. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy outdoor recreation here with hot summers and mild winters.
Granbury had 8,356 residents as of the 2012 U.S. Census, so you can certainly enjoy the pleasures of small-town charm and living here, but the city is growing. Since 2000, the population has increased an impressive 46.1 percent. Even so, the cost of living still stays about 8 percent lower than the national average.
Attractions and Activities in Granbury
Enjoy a unique night out at the movies with a visit to Brazos Drive-In Theatre, an authentic 1950s drive-in that’s open March 1 through December 1. Relax in the privacy of your own car as your family spends quality time together on a Friday or Saturday night.
Visit “Where Texas History Lives,” with a trip to the Granbury Historic District where you’ll find more than 50 shops for antiques, collectibles and more. Many of the buildings here can be found on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Downtown Square is the first square in Texas to be on the list. Throughout the year you can enjoy community festivals here with people dressed up in period costumes as you celebrate Granbury.
Moving to Granbury
When you’re ready to move to Granbury, you can drive here via U.S. Highway 377, which will take you right to the historic square. But if you’re flying in and having Allied Van Lines transport your vehicle, you’ll land at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, which is about 65 miles from the city center.
Popular services with this Granbury moving company include full-service and fragile-only packing, especially for the heavy and bulky items. For smaller belongings, you can use self-pack materials, and box and furniture inventory and high-value shipping ensure that everything arrives safe and sound. At your new home, Allied can also help you unpack and clean up.
Allied specializes in long haul and regional moves, and the representatives in 34 different countries with 500 agent locations across North America and Canada, we can help get you from your old home to your new one smoothly.