Wichita Falls, Texas Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Wichita Falls Moving Companies
When you're preparing for a household move to the Kickapoo neighborhood or a business relocation to the Pleasant Valley area, our Allied Van Lines agent serving Wichita Falls, TX, can be your go-to source for assistance. With a familiarity of every intersection in the community, our agent is uniquely able to coordinate your move. If you need a convenient storage center for the short-term storage of your belongings, we'll find one close to your location. In addition to handling moves within the city, we also coordinate out-of-state and international moves.
Our agent in Wichita Falls maintains an average customer rating of 5 out of 5 stars, which is a clear demonstration of our high-quality service. We are also accredited through the Better Business Bureau of Texas, which provides you with confidence in knowing that your belongings will be handled with care. We only work with reliable movers who handle items with precision. Safety is our top priority, and we'll ensure that your belongings arrive on time and in their original condition. From supplying you with self-packing supplies to finding movers to do the packing for you, we can make your move go smoothly. Call us today for a free moving services quote.
Located in the Panhandle Plains region of the northern tip of Texas, only 15 miles south from Oklahoma border, Wichita Falls is a family-friendly city. It is the main city in the Wichita Falls Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses Archer, Clay and Wichita counties. The city is home to the Newby-McMahon Building, built in 1919 and since known as the “world’s littlest skyscraper.”
As of the 2013 U.S. Census, Wichita Falls has a population of about 104,000. The city is partly named after a set of 54-foot man-made cascades on the south bank of the Wichita River, which southbound travelers can see on Interstate 44 as they cross the bridge.
Residents of Wichita Falls enjoy a fairly mild climate. In July, temperatures reach the mid 90s and in December, averages hover around the 50s.
Attractions and Activities in Wichita Falls
Between the festivals, outdoor sculptures and 11 museums, Wichita Falls offers something for everybody. Many residents love the Wichita River trail system that spans more than 4 miles from Lucy Park to Williams Park. Families flock to Castaway Cove Waterpark off Highway 82, a giant outdoor facility that has slides, lazy rivers and other aquatic attractions.
Check out the Green Sculpture Garden, which is considered an oasis in downtown Wichita Falls that adds to the gorgeous grounds of the Kemp Center for the Arts. There are 10 to 12 sculptures on display from international artists as well as six permanent exhibits. If you swing by here at night, you’ll see the gardens lighted, and guided group tours may be arranged.
Throughout the year, the city hosts a number of trade shows, concerts, agricultural expositions and conventions. Don’t forget to visit the Newby-McMahon Building!
Moving to Wichita Falls
Make the transition to Wichita Falls with professionals at Allied Van Lines. We specialize in self-pack materials, which include everything from wardrobe boxes to mattress containers to boxes designed to hold fragile mirrors. For furniture, many movers use special stretchwrap to keep both your old and new home clean.
The city is located less than 5 miles from the Wichita Falls Municipal Airport, making transport easy and reliable. The airport offers daily flights to and from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. If you’re driving, take Interstate 44, U.S. Highways 82, 281, 277, 287 and Texas State Route 79 for easy access from major cities and the surrounding community.
Whatever way you choose to arrive, Allied Van Lines can help in the process. Allied has 500 agent locations across North America and Canada as well as hundreds of customer service representatives available 24/7.