Allied Van Lines: The Best of Plano Moving Companies
Our two agents serving the Plano, TX, area meet the stringent standards of Allied Van Lines and are licensed, bonded, and BBB-accredited. Our customers have bestowed an average rating of 4.85 out of 5 stars on our agents, and they continue to work to exceed our clients' expectations for residential, commercial, and corporate moving services. We can handle everything from affordable temporary storage to professional vehicle and boat transport to providing packing supplies and boxes.
People often believe that their possessions only need careful packing when a move implies going across the country or overseas, but this is not so. We'll pride ourselves in taking the same care with your belongings when you are moving from Belleview to Malaby as we'll do if you are relocating out of state. We also have the experience necessary for more specialized corporate or commercial moves, such as those involving computers or sensitive lab equipment. Our top concern is making your move simple and easy. Don't hesitate to contact us for a free estimate when it comes time for you to move.
When you're scheduling a move, you want one of the top moving companies in Plano. The friendly team at Allied Van Lines is registered with the Better Business Bureau, and we'll make use of our global transportation network to help your move go off easily. Our relocation agents have the skills and training needed to facilitate your move on schedule while keeping your costs low. These agents can handle any facet of your relocation, including scheduling local Plano movers and delivering packing supplies to your front door.
Call us at your convenience to learn much more about the many moving services we offer.
What a Move to Plano Has to Offer
Plano is a city in Texas that's located primarily within Collin County but extends into Denton County. As of the 2014 U.S. Census, Plano had a population of more than 278,000. Growth is reflected in the job and housing markets, and the area has recovered nicely since the recession. The per capita income in Plano is $40,940, and the median household income is $82,485.
Plano is one of the 10 largest cities in Texas. It's located just 20 miles outside of downtown Dallas, which makes it a prime location for many different types of businesses and other organizations. Plano is a particularly attractive option for corporate headquarters; the major companies that base their headquarters in Plano include Dell Services, the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Frito-Lay, J. C. Penney, Pizza Hut and Toyota Motors USA.
The city of Plano is named for the flat plains common to the region, but the city is actually green and boasts some of the most beautiful parks in the nation. There are trees in Bob Woodruff Park, which is located near Rowlett Creek, which are estimated to be more than 500 years old. Other notable recreation centers include the Tom Muehlenbeck Center and the Oak Point Park and Nature Preserve. There are many important historical sites in the area as well, and these include the Plano Station, which is a historic train station, and the Heritage Farmstead Museum, which celebrates the agricultural history of the area by maintaining a farmstead that operates as a historic ranch would back in 1891.
The Allied Van Lines Difference
When you choose a moving company in Plano, you have to consider whether that moving company is dependable. We want to make your relocation as stress free and cost effective as possible, and our agents will be there throughout the process to help you coordinate all the details of the move. Our services include:
- Transporting cars and boats
- Providing boxes and packing materials
Contact us today for a free quote and to learn more about the movers available in Plano.