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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Martinsville Moving Companies
At Allied Van Lines, we try to make things simple and straightforward for our clients because we know there are always other logistics for them to take care of during a move. If you enlist our help, you'll be able to take a few things off your plate. We have agents located across the country, including here in the Martinsville area. Two agents serve this region, both of whom are licensed, bonded and accredited with the BBB. Thanks to their hard work and dedication to clients, they've received an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars.
We give all of our potential clients free quotes. Our local agents can meet you for an estimate whether you're located in the busy area of town along Commonwealth Boulevard or out toward Lake Lanier. We can discuss any options you'd like to take advantage of, such as full-scale packing services and storage. Once you start working with us, you'll see that we give each of our clients individualized attention and personalized service. You can ask us to drop off packing supplies, hire movers to prepare fragile items for transport or keep your belongings safe in storage for a set amount of time.
Choosing a moving company to help you head to Martinsville can be difficult when you're already preoccupied with the logistics of packing up and moving to a new city. When you pick Allied Van Lines, you're choosing a company whose experienced agents only dispatch safe and efficient movers to assist you.
Call Allied Van Lines today to get a free quote or to schedule service with one of the best Martinsville moving companies.
What a Move to Martinsville Has to Offer
Martinsville is a city located in the south of Virginia close to the North Carolina state line. Many know about Martinsville by its association in NASCAR. The organization's shortest stock car racing track is called Martinsville Speedway, but it's actually situated in the neighboring town of Ridgeway. The track was built in 1947 and still operates today. Martinsville has one home sports team, a collegiate summer baseball team named the Martinsville Mustangs.
The city is situated on 11 square miles, and as of the 2010 census, the population was 13,820. It is an area of varied geography as the western portion is hilly and the eastern section begins to slope down to the Smith River, which borders the south of the area. The river is fully stocked with trout, which makes for a rewarding fishing experience.
Martinsville is home to the Virginia Museum of Natural History, which is affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution. For those who enjoy learning about history, the city is filled with areas listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Included are Beaver Creek Plantation, several historic districts, the Little Post Office and Scuffle Hill, which is the plantation developed by the founder of Martinsville.
Martinsville offers plenty of recreational opportunities for residents. It's home to three country clubs and numerous city parks as well as Fairy Stone State Park. Smith River Sports Complex hosts recreational events and is open for daily use by residents. There are also plenty of culture opportunities. The Piedmont Arts Association is located here, and Martinsville hosts Virginia Garden Week annually. This event is a celebration of horticulture and gardening in the state, and it is sponsored by the Garden Club of Virginia.
The Allied Van Lines Difference
Choosing Allied Van Lines can help you navigate your move successfully and with minimal stress. As a moving company, Allied has over 80 years of experience helping people like you transition to life in a new home. We are one of the most comprehensive of all moving companies when comparing our features to the competitors. We offer boxes and packing supplies, loading and packing services, storage and other services provided by movers on your way to Martinsville.
Your search for a moving company can end here with Allied Van Lines. Call us today to see how we can help you get started.