Winchester, Virginia Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Winchester Moving Companies
Your upcoming move in Winchester, VA, is sure to go off without a hitch when you choose one of our four Allied Van Lines agents to handle the logistics. Our agents average a customer rating of 4.89 out of a possible 5 stars and maintain accreditation through the Better Business Bureau. We have the experience and connections necessary to lower the stress level of a household or commercial move. Our agents are also licensed and bonded, which allows you to relax knowing that your belongings are in capable and trustworthy hands.
We can provide you with helpful services such as movers who can transport your motorcycle or disassemble your home audio equipment and set it up for you at your new place. In addition to our wide range of services, we're also familiar with every area of Winchester. From the Abrams Creek neighborhood to the Apple Blossom retail district, we know every city block. Even if you're moving outside of Winchester, we're ready to help. Our agents handle the logistics of international moves and out-of-state domestic relocations. Our agents are available 24/7, so call us now to receive a free quote on the moving services you desire.
Located at the northern point of Virginia in Frederick County, Winchester is city steeped in history. It’s packed with Civil War battlefields and Old Town streets roamed by the likes of George Washington and Stonewall Jackson. The city boasts museums as well as friendly shopping districts, and Winchester is home to Shenandoah University and the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley.
The population of Winchester is about 27,000, as of the 2012 U.S. Census. Most residents work in manufacturing and retail trade.
Winchester experiences in a four-season climate. The July high is around 86 degrees Fahrenheit and the January low is about 23.
Attractions and activities in Winchester
A handful of the most popular attractions include Stonewall Jackson’s Headquarters and the Old Court House Civil War Museum, both of which are a history buff’s dream. You can also learn about the Civil War at the Kernstown and Third Winchester battlefields.
There are a number of kid-friendly attractions, including the scenic wagon rides and playgrounds at the local farm markets. Youngsters can enjoy the outdoors by picking apples at Marker-Miller Orchards, riding a paddle boat in Clearbrook Park or go horseback riding at the Blandy Experimental Farm and State Arboretum of Virginia.
For shopping, head to Old Town Winchester where you’ll find fashion boutiques, antique sellers and home decor. This district also features restaurants and bars that create the city’s nightlife.
The surrounding Frederick County has claimed the title “Apple Capital of the World,” with Winchester hosting the annual Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival for nearly a century.
Moving to Winchester
Looking to relocate to Winchester? Have Allied Van Lines lend a hand. Allied has over 500 agent locations across North America and Canada as well as hundreds of customer service representatives available 24/7. So, wherever you’re coming from, this Winchester moving company can help!
If your transition doesn’t require full-service packing, take advantage of our self-pack materials, which include everything from wardrobe boxes to mattress containers to boxes designed to hold fragile mirrors. For furniture, many movers use special stretchwrap to keep things clean.
To get here, Winchester Regional Airport-OKV is located less than 4 miles away. The nearest international airport is Washington Dulles International Airport, situated 52 miles away. Drivers