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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Paris Moving Companies
As a national company with more than 85 years of experience, Allied Van Lines can take the stress out of your household or commercial relocation. Our five agents in Paris, TX, have an average customer rating of 4.89 out of 5 stars. In addition to our high level of customer satisfaction, we're also accredited through the Better Business Bureau. This provides you with peace of mind in knowing that your belongings will be packed precisely and delivered safely to your new home or commercial building. Our five agents are familiar with each intersection and neighborhood in Paris from the Lake Cook residential and recreational area to the commercial and retail district around Bonham Street.
Whether you need self-packing supplies, a temporary storage unit, or vehicle transportation services, our licensed and bonded agents will set everything up for you. Our goal will be to provide you with everything necessary for a smooth relocation. Call one of our helpful agents and obtain a free quote for a household or corporate relocation in Paris.
Finding the right movers in Paris can be challenging. You'll want a company you can trust, like Allied Van Lines. Your move will be coordinated by experienced movers who will keep you informed about the process every step of the way. Our agents provide movers that can help you with all stages of your move to Paris.
Call Allied Van Lines today to be sure you have the right moving company for the job. Speak to one of our talented agents and obtain a no-obligation quote today. They're available now to assist you.
What a Move to Paris Has to Offer
Fondly referred to as the "Second Largest Paris in the World," the city erected a 65-foot replica of the Eiffel Tower with a giant red cowboy hat on top. Located in Northeast Texas, just 98 miles from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, this historically rich city also sits along the western edge of the Piney Woods ecosystem. On arrival, you'll notice dozens of late 19th century homes gracing the streets with beautiful architecture. While Paris is steeped in history, its thriving economy and contemporary lifestyle are anything but outdated.
Paris has long been a railroad center with the first station being erected in 1876 by the Texas and Pacific Railroad. While the economy was once heavily agricultural, with the primary crop being cotton, it has evolved into a healthcare center with Paris Regional Medical Center listed as the largest employer in the area.
Residents who call Paris home are accustomed to warm summer temperatures that typically reach the mid-90s and winter temperatures that dip as low as 30 degrees. While it does snow occasionally, there are years that see no snowfall recorded at all. The average overall precipitation is 47.82 inches.
There's a wide variety of attractions to visit including St. Paul Baptist Church, founded by former slave Elijah Barnes, and Central Presbyterian Church, both of which are listed under historic registration as the two oldest in the state. The Evergreen Cemetery is known for its infamous statue of Jesus with cowboy boots. Recreational hunting and fishing at Pat Mayse Lake are common pastimes for residents of the area. The Trail de Paris is also a popular spot for multi-use recreation in an abandoned railroad corridor.
The Allied Van Lines Difference
Moving companies are not all alike. Allied Van Lines takes great pride in providing affordable rates, reliable agents and equipment, and everything else you might need for a smooth transition to your new home. With 85 years of experience, our Paris moving company is qualified to coordinate even the most complex relocation jobs. Our agents have established relationships with qualified movers who provide these products and services:
- Clean, secure trucks
- Residential packing
- Storage facilities
- Piano moving
- Furniture and appliance moving
- Boxes and bubble wrap
Call an experienced Allied Van Lines agent today to get a free quote or schedule your Paris move.