Harrisonburg, Virginia Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Harrisonburg, Virginia Moving Companies
If a move to Harrisonburg, VA, is in your immediate future, we have seven Allied Van Lines agents in the area at your disposal. These licensed, bonded, and BBB-accredited agents have an average customer quality rating of 4.86 out of 5 stars. Our courteous, knowledgeable agents can help get you get settled in communities such as Sunset Heights, Park View, or Lake Pointe. Whether you're planning a residential or commercial move, these agents can help you arrange everything from vehicle transport to any temporary storage solutions you may need.
For nearly 90 years, Allied Van Lines has been a leader in the local, national, and international moving business. Our personalized approach to moving means you'll have convenient access to anything you may need to get your belongings to your new location in Harrisonburg. Your experience with us will start with a free estimate. Call today to receive the affordable relocation assistance you need.
Tucked in the Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia, Harrisonburg is an independent city packed with outdoor recreation, a bustling downtown and a burgeoning arts community. While the city lies in Rockingham County, the two are separate jurisdictions. Harrisburg is home to James Madison University and Eastern Mennonite University.
There are about 51,000 residents living in Harrisonburg, as of the 2013 U.S.
Census. With the universities in the city, it’s no surprise that most residents are employed in education services as well as manufacturing and retail trade.
Harrisonburg welcomes a fairly mild year-round climate. In the summer, temperatures
average in the mid 70s and during the winter, they plateau around the mid 30s.
Activities and Attractions in Harrisonburg
There are a variety of attractions in Harrisonburg, from museums to vineyards to Civil War sites. Residents enjoy dozens of parks and bike trails that weave throughout the Shenandoah Valley. A little less than 24 miles away is Shenandoah National Park, brimming with hiking trails, picnic points and plenty of wildlife.
To learn about Harrisonburg, take an in-depth look at the city’s fire department at the Harrisonburg Fire Department Museum. At the Explore More Discovery Museum and Children’s Museum, people young and old engage in multi-sensory exhibits. Be sure to check out the Civil War history at Turner Ashby Monument, dedicated to the general in command of Jackson’s cavalry who was fatally wounded at this site. Here you can find two interpretive signs about Chestnut Ridge and the Battle of Harrison in 1862.
Don’t miss a glass of fine wine from Bluestone Vineyard or CrossKeys Vineyards, both of which offer tasting rooms, panoramic views and locally produced wine.
Moving to Harrisonburg
If you’re ready to move to Harrisonburg, let Allied Van Lines lend a hand.This Harrisonburg moving company provides electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly, self-pack materials and vehicle transportation, to name a few of our many services.
To drive here, the city is accessible via Interstate 81 and U.S. Highway 33. If you’re looking for flights, most residents fly through Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, located 18 miles away.
Movers can be confident that with Allied, they will receive no surprise pricing and no hidden fees. See how this Harrisonburg moving company can help you today.