Anacortes, Washington Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Anacortes Moving Companies
Planning a move to or from Anacortes, WA? There are two Allied Van Lines agents serving the area who have an average customer quality rating of 4.95 out of 5 stars. Whether you're moving locally from the Sharpes Corner neighborhood to Whitmarsh Junction or looking to complete a national or international move, our BBB-accredited agents will make the process as hassle-free as possible. If you need temporary storage while you're getting everything arranged, we've got you covered with access to safe and secure facilities. Regardless of what moving services you may need, you can expect our licensed and bonded agents in Anacortes to keep rates reasonable.
Allied Van Lines has been the go-to source for residential and commercial moving for more than 80 years. We wouldn't be the company we are today without trusted agents like the ones serving our customers in Anacortes, WA. In addition to getting everything where it needs to go, we can also coordinate with movers to help with tasks like packing and unpacking, taking apart and setting up furniture, transporting vehicles, and making sure your appliances are properly disconnected. Call today to get started with a free estimate.
In Washington state’s North Cascades region on Fidalgo Island you’ll find the city of Anacortes. It’s surrounded on three sides by the Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands, and the Olympic Mountain rain shadow, all which contribute to Anacortes' milder climate than other parts of the Pacific Northwest.
Anacortes was incorporated on May 19, 1891, and it gets its name from a consolidation of Anna Curtis, who was the wife of settler Amos Bowman. Today, the city boasts 12 miles of shores and 67 miles of public trails, so there are plenty of opportunities here to enjoy outdoor recreation including swimming, fishing, hiking, cycling and boating.
As of the 2012 U.S. Census, Anacortes had 15,928 residents, and that number grew 9.4 percent since 2000. The city offers a great small-town and family-friendly vibe.
Attractions and Activities in Anacortes
From may through October on Saturdays and June through August on Wednesdays you can support your community and get to know your neighbors at the Anacortes Farmers Market. Here you can purchase locally grown foods and other goodies including, fruits, veggies, baked goods, breads, meat, seafood, handcrafted goods and more.
Learn about the history of your new hometown with a visit to the Anacortes Museum. You can take a tour and see various exhibits and collections of maps and charts, artifacts, historical objects and more than 50,000 photographs of local events and industries throughout the city’s history to present day.
Moving to Anacortes
Drivers moving to Anacortes can access the city via Interstate 5, but if you’re flying to your new home, the closest airport is Bellingham International Airport, located about 45 miles away in Bellingham, Washington. If you’re car or truck is still at your old home, don’t waste two trips going back and forth - use Allied Van Lines’ vehicle transportation service.
This Anacortes moving company can also take care of all the heavy lifting with their full-service packing, and for those who own a lot of antiques, there’s fragile-only packing. Determining what you need won’t be a problem with Allied’s representatives in 34 countries around the world as well as 500 agent locations across North America and Canada. Be sure to take advantage of box and furniture inventory and high-value shipping to ensure that everything arrives safe and sound as well as unpacking and clean-up services.