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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Lacey Moving Companies

Our four Allied Van Lines moving agents serving Lacey, Washington, have a combined average customer rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars. These BBB-accredited agents have the resources to provide you with professional relocation services. We can move you to another neighborhood in Lacey or internationally. We provide a variety of services that you can take advantage of depending on your needs. Our agents are happy to find movers to help you pack up your living room, disassemble furniture and transport everything to your new destination. We can even provide the moving boxes and packing tape to make it an easy and efficient process. If you're planning on downsizing to another home, we'll find storage facilities for your personal belongings.

Choose Allied Van Lines when you're planning a residential or corporate move. If you're moving offices, we can assist your employees and their families with the relocation. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help with your move in Lacey. You'll receive a free quote from one of our qualified agents.

The city of Lacey, Wash., was originally named Woodland after Isaac and Catherine Wood who settled in the area in 1853. During the 1950s, Woodland and nearby Chambers Prairie combined to form Lacey. Today, a little more than 43,800 people live in Lacey which is now a developing business center that sits in the shadows of Mount Rainier.

The city was named a “Green Power Community” by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency due to its use of renewable energy sources. Municipal buildings, parks, utilities, streetlights and traffic signals use 100 percent green electrical energy. A total of 5 percent of Lacey’s energy use comes from green power sources.

Lacey Activities and Attractions

You can get in touch with nature after you move to Lacey. The city’s location at the southern tip of the Puget Sound means you can easily catch a glimpse of the one of the five freshwater lakes within the city. There are also trails for hiking and cycling and more than 1,100 acres of public parks. The Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge offers an additional 3,700 acres of outdoor recreation possibilities.

The Regional Athletic Complex is the perfect place to enjoy sports and other physical activities such as basketball, soccer and baseball. Picnic space and outdoor event facilities are available as well as two miles of walking trails and family-friendly features such as playgrounds.

Entertainment is plentiful in Lacey. You can check out summer concerts, a festival of Dixieland jazz, the Children’s Entertainment Series, the Lacey Community MArket and the Lacy Spring Fun Fair.

Moving to Lacey

After you decide to make this charming Washington city home, it’s time to search for a Lacey moving company. If you want a trusted company with customer service representatives available anytime you need them, turn to Allied Van Lines. Allied has 500 agent locations across North America and a variety of services to fulfill your moving needs.

You can choose to pack up your belongings on your own and purchase materials including boxes and stretchwrap for upholstered furniture or reach out to Allied to do the packing for you with their full-service option. Unpacking and clean-up services are also available with Allied as well as box and furniture inventory. An added bonus of free residence protection pads and carpet covers also come when you choose Allied.



Top Public Schools in lacey, washington

South Bay Elementary School

          

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