Tyler, Texas Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Tyler Moving Companies
The four Allied Van Lines agents serving Tyler, TX, have earned an average 4.9 stars out of a possible 5 stars. They have earned this rating because customers appreciate the professionalism, expertise and friendliness of the agents. Our agents can handle your move from start to finish. We have the experience to manage residential moves, business moves and corporate relocations. Our team provides everything from packing supplies to special handling for appliances and business equipment. We have a network of agents to coordinate every move from city to city or from country to country.
Not only are our agents bonded and licensed, but Allied Van Lines agents are also accredited by the Better Business Bureau. We take a personal interest in your move. We can connect you with reputable movers who will help you unpack and settle into your new home in the Acadia Place neighborhood or any one of the many welcoming sections of Tyler. Contact an agent today and receive a free estimate for your upcoming move.
The city of Tyler, Texas, gets its name from President John Tyler, and an estimated 99,000 people live in here. Nicknamed the “Rose Capital of the World,” Tyler produces large numbers of rose bushes and is home to America’s largest rose garden. The Adopt-a-Highway movement began here back in 1985 when the local Civitan chapter adopted a portion of U.S. Highway 69.
Tyler experiences a weather pattern similar to the rest of East Texas. With a humid subtropical climate, average highs in the summer reach 94 degrees Fahrenheit and dip to 57 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter.
Tyler is also known as an education center, and there are a number of colleges and universities here including the University of Texas at Tyler, the University of Texas Health Center at Tyler, Tyler Junior College and Texas College.
Activities and Attractions in Tyler
A day at the Caldwell Zoo will have you reminiscing about your childhood. The zoo is home to North America’s largest African elephant and two white tigers named Meka and Willie King. There are also programs designed just for kids including Zooper Days and Caldwell Zoo Summer Day Camps.
The Texas Rose Festival is held in Tyler during the third weekend of October every year. Thousands flock to the festival where many of its events are centered around the Rose Queen and her court, which includes the Duchess of the Rose Growers, Out-of-Town Duchesses and escorts, ladies in waiting, train bearers and attendants to the queen. There is an arts and craft show at the festival as well as gardening seminars, luncheons, coronation ceremonies and the Rose Festival Parade complete with floats, bands and groups from the community.
Moving to Tyler
After deciding to move here, you’ll need to find a Tyler moving company to help you transport your belongings. Allied Van Lines offers customers full-service or fragile-only packing. If you need assistance, Allied has customer service representatives available 24/7. There is no surprise pricing with Allied, and all customers receive free residence protection pads for doorways, railings and corners in addition to carpet covers for high-traffic areas.
Tyler is accessible via Interstate 20 as well as U.S. Highway 69. If you choose to have Allied transport your vehicle for you, Tyler Pounds Regional Airport is closest at just 8 miles away.