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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Williamsburg Moving Companies
You might be unsure of which moving company to hire when contemplating a relocation to beautiful, historic Williamsburg. Let Allied Van Lines narrow down your options. Our award-winning and reputable company has proudly served families and businesses for 85 years. We are accredited by the Better Business Bureau. In the Williamsburg area alone, we have five agents with client ratings of 4.8 to 5 stars out of 5. All our facilities are bonded, licensed and insured to protect our clients and their belongings.
Allied Van Lines has the knowledge, experience and resources to handle any type of relocation. You might be moving into a larger home on Wood Walks Court or expanding your business by relocating to Merrimac Trail. We help coordinate movers to transport household items, fragile possessions, and corporate or industrial equipment. We offer money-saving suggestions and make ourselves available to you every step of the way. When the big day arrives, our services might include disassembling furniture and disconnecting appliances to be put together again at your intended location. The movers we hire can also help unpack and clean up if you desire.
Located on the western edge of Virginia, Williamsburg is an amalgam of old and new. Forming the Historic Triangle with Jamestown and Yorktown, the city boasts a fascinating history grounded in the colonial period that complements a variety of modern-day commercial attractions. It is also home to the College of William & Mary, the second-oldest institution in the U.S.
According to the 2012 U.S. Census, the population of Williamsburg is approximately 15,000. Most of its residents are employed in educational services at William & Mary.
Williamsburg experiences a fairly moderate climate. During the summer, temperatures hover around mid-70s while in the winter the averages stay around 40s. Besides the easy winter, much to local residents’ delights, Williamsburg is a very safe city, with less than half of the rate of crime when compared to the Virginia average.
Attractions and activities in Williamsburg
Williamsburg is most famous for its colonial charm. The city is split into four central parts: colonial divisions, the College of William and Mary, New Town and commercial attractions.
From high-flying roller coasters to museums to wineries, Williamsburg has something suitable for all personalities. Take a trip to the Busch Gardens, an amusement park that has a family adventure written all over it. The park features an autobahn touring experience through Germany’s countryside, seasonal festivities and a handful of rollercoasters.
Williamsburg Winery won a gold medal within two weeks of opening, which about sums it up. The city is also minutes away from Yorktown, where the battle for American Independence was won. For all your shopping needs, head to New Town, complete with 170 shops and restaurants.
Moving to Williamsburg
If you’ve got your eyes set on moving here, a few basic bits of transportation information will ease travels. The city sits just west of U.S. Highway 64 and Interstate 40, minutes away from York River. To fly, the closest airports are Newport News/Williamsburg International, located 17 miles away, and Norfolk International, 43 miles south.
Simplify your transition with Allied Van Lines. Williamsburg moving companies provide an array of options, including electronic and appliance assembly and disassembly, self-pack materials and vehicle transportation.
Rest assured, with Allied, you’ll find no surprise pricing, no hidden fees. See how this moving company can help you today.