If you want the best moving company in Vermont, you’re in luck!
Relocating your household, small business, or corporation in Vermont is a tremendous undertaking, but the process will be easier and less stressful when you choose to work with our Allied Van Lines agents. We employ highly trained agents who are ready to speak with you one-on-one to plan the details of your move. From Montpelier to Burlington, we have agents located throughout the state. We know all of Vermont's small towns, too, including Rutland, Woodstock, and Greensboro. Our more than 85 years of experience with commercial and household relocations means that we also have the necessary resources to manage the logistics of international moves.
Our agents in Vermont can connect you with freight-only movers if you prefer to do your own packing. We'll provide you with plentiful supplies and connect you with short- or long-term storage facilities if you're downsizing. Would you like a crew of full-service movers to relieve you of the task of packing, loading, and unpacking? We'll find a crew to do that as well as set up your furniture and reconnect your electronics. For cross-country moves, we can even find movers to transport your car or SUV. Contact our agents in Vermont for a free quote.
Vermont is a New England state in the northeastern United States and the leading producer of maple syrup in the U. S. Three quarters of the state is covered by forests, and the Green Mountains are within. Lake Champlain is half of Vermont's western border, shared with New York. Vermont is bordered by Massachusetts, New Hampshire across the Connecticut River, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north. The state capital is Montpelier, the least populous state capital in the country. Vermont's largest city is Burlington, the least populous city in the U. S. to be the largest city in a state. It is the only New England state not bordered by the Atlantic Ocean.
Your future home state has a variety of recreation and activities available. Some of the largest ski areas in New England are located in Vermont and is sought out by skiers and snowboarders from all over. Summer camps contribute to Vermont's tourist economy, as well. With a successful tourist industry employing people all year round, tourism supported over 26,000 jobs and accounted for 7.2% of total employment, as of 2011. Snowmobiling clubs in Vermont maintain 6,000 miles of trail often over private land, and generate "hundreds of millions of dollars worth of business." Hunting is also a popular sport in the state with seasons for black bear, wild turkeys, deer, migratory birds, and moose.
Whether you want to hunt, ski, hit the trails or score some of the world’s best maple syrup, Vermont is a great place to do it! With a rich history and an ever growing tourism industry, there is plenty to do in Vermont. If you have any moving needs in Vermont, then we are the company for you. We also recognize the beauty of this glorious state, and make it our mission to provide our clients with best possible quality. When you are ready to make the move to Vermont contact Allied for a smooth transition into your new home.