Blacksburg, Virginia Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Blacksburg, Virginia Moving Companies
After you decide to move to or from Blacksburg, the planning process begins. However, you need not go it alone when Allied Van Lines agents are available to help. Our worldwide company has an agent in the Blacksburg area to help connect you with professionals to do the packing, lifting, and loading. Once these professionals arrive at your home, they can perform all the tasks in reverse. Simply schedule an appointment with one of our moving consultants and start planning.
Speak with our local agent to get a free moving estimate. Our Blacksburg agent has received a rating of 4.9 stars out of 5 by former clients. Our agent is also bonded, licensed, and recognized by the Virginia Better Business Bureau. In addition to residential moves, we have extensive experience with business and industrial relocations. We use our knowledge, experience, and network of professionals to make sure your move goes as planned while keeping everything safe and secure.
In Montgomery County’s north Blue Ridge Highlands region you’ll find the beautiful city of Blacksburg.
Higher education is is of the utmost importance here as Blacksburg’s the home of the largest university in Virginia: Virginia Tech. You can be sure your children will receive a great learning experience here.
In 2011, Businessweek named Blacksburg No. 1 on its list of best places in the U.S. to raise kids, recognizing the area's low crime rate, variety of activities, a great community center and an affordable cost of living.
Though Blacksburg is not a large city, it still offers plenty of urban amenities but still provides tons of small-town charm. In 2012, the U.S. Census estimated the population here was 42,627, which increased 7.7 percent since 2000.
Attractions and Activities in Blacksburg
Blacksburg is home to a variety of fun and cultural activities for families including the Smithfield Plantation, which was built in 1773 and was the home of William Preston, Revolutionary War patriot. Today you can learn about the area’s history and see the gorgeous grounds and gardens.
Sports fans can head to Lane Stadium to cheer on the Hokies, the Virginia Tech football team, or English Field to catch a college baseball game. After a home team win, celebrate with a meal out at favorite local eateries such as Bull & Bones Brewhaus & Grill, Mike's Grill and Sycamore Deli.
Families who enjoy the outdoors can spend time enjoying any of Blacksburg’s 20 parks such as Lark Lane, Sunrise, Primrose Lane and Westover, where you can dine on a picnic lunch, play a pick-up game of soccer or football or simply take a stroll and enjoy some fresh air.
Moving to Blacksburg
Once you’ve decided that this city is the perfect place to call home, you’ll need to find a Blacksburg moving company to help with your relocation. Allied Van Lines has 500 agents in North America and Canada as well as representatives in 34 countries around the globe.
Allied will do all the heavy lifting with their full-service packing, or if you have a collection of valuables take advantage of the fragile-only packing. And with Allied'’s box and furniture inventory, you can rest assured all of your belongings will arrive to your new home safe and sound.
Drivers can access Blacksburg via U.S. highway 460 or Interstate 81, and the closet runway for flyers is at Virginia Tech Montgomery Executive Airport.