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If you're planning to move to Stafford, VA, Allied Van Lines has four agents close by to assist you. Our local agents have an average satisfaction rating of 4.82 stars out of 5 and are very knowledgeable about the area. These agents can advise you about popular neighborhoods, including the tranquil Aquia Harbour and the collections of homes lining the nearby rivers. We can manage residential and corporate moves from overseas as well as moves from nearby communities in Northern Virginia.

At Allied Van Lines in Stafford, our agents are ready to make your move as simple and straightforward as possible. We are a full-service company, which means we can arrange movers to pack, load, and transport your items for you. We can even find professionals to unload it all and reassemble your furnishings or office equipment at your new location. Contact us to learn more or get a free estimate today.

Stafford, located on northeast edge of Virginia, is a small town steeped in history. Originally named after Staffordshire, England, this city best known as the childhood home of George Washington, creating  a delightful mix of education and recreation. It sits just off Interstate 95  is only minutes away from the Potomac and has the Marine Corps Base located north of the community.

Stafford has a population of approximately 4,000, as of the 2012 U.S. Census. The vast majority of residents are employed in private companies.

The city experiences a warm, humid climate with hot summers and no dry season. In total, Stafford County gets an average of 37 inches of rain per year. In July, the temperatures peak at the 90s and rarely drop below the 30s in December.

Attractions and activities

When you’re getting to know Stafford, be sure to check out George Washington’s boyhood home at Ferry Farm where the “chopping of the cherry tree” legend originated. Take a self-guided tour along this 80-acre site where the boy Washington lived from age 6 until he was grown. Chatham Manor is another popular spot, as it’s the only home in the U.S. visited by Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln. From here, you’ll have scenic views of the Rappahannock River and historic Fredericksburg.

As the home to the Marine Corps Base, Stafford has also become a reunion spots for retired Marines. Be sure to check out the National Museum of the Marine Corps, 120,000-square-foot structure that houses world-class exhibits, innovate technology and powerful artifacts.

Many residents enjoy a day at RF&P Grapes and Grains Trail, which includes four wineries, a brewery and a distillery.

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When you’re relocating to Stafford, it’s helpful to know that the city sits 10 miles north of Fredericksburg, around 40 miles south of Washington, D.C. and about 60 miles north of Richmond, the capital of Virginia. Allied Van Lines offers a wide variety of stress-relieving moving options, from self-pack materials to full-service packing. Whether you are coming from the East Coast or overseas, Allied has representatives in 34 countries worldwide and a total of 500 agent locations across North America and Canada.

There’s vehicle transportation as well, which ensures fewer trips from your old home to your new. Stafford moving companies can make your transition a whole lot easier!

If you’re flying in, the nearest airport is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, situated 43 miles away from Stafford.

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  • The coordinator was very efficient as was the driver. The men that loaded the furniture were very friendly.
  • I was very happy with everyone I dealt with except for the agent that gaveme my estimate. The agent did a poor job and didn't write down any of my comments I had regarding the estimate.
  • I've used the company three times and each move was great. The only problem was the loading process of this move, it took too long and they were short a person and space.
  • The rep that came out to my home did a very good job and the driver completed the move professionally.
  • I was very satis w/ the move. The driver, Wade, was courteous, on time & shuffled his time to allowtime for an early del. Wade was accommodating.
  • The friendliness of the movers, the thorough explanation I was given and the carefulness of the movers.
  • The team was very effecient with the packing and the overall move was great. The driver was fine and delivered on time.
  • The crew did a good job overall. I was given a price and told it wouldgo no higher than a specific amount. The pickup and delivery were on time.
  • The delivery team was very professional, the price was good, and my special request was taken care of.
  • The movers were extremely careful, on time, and kept open communication with me throughout the move. This move is, by far, the best move we have had.

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