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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Huntington Moving Companies
Our moving agent who serves the Huntington, WV, area provides exemplary service to customers on a daily basis and maintains a customer rating of 4.95 out of 5 stars as a result. The Allied Van Lines network is made of professional, experienced agents, so you can depend on us for the expert handling of your move from start to finish. Because all of our agents are fully licensed and insured, you can turn to us with confidence whether your plans are bringing you to West Virginia from across the country or from one beautiful neighborhood in Huntington to another.
From packing and storing your possessions to disassembling and reassembling your furnishings, we offer a comprehensive array of services that are designed to make your household move, commercial move or employee relocation flow smoothly. When you contact our agent to request a free quote, you'll receive a professional, custom-tailored moving plan that's mindful of your specific needs. Our knowledgeable agent will ensure that nothing you value is overlooked, and we can arrange to move specialty items such as wine collections, high-value antiques, and pianos safely and efficiently. We can even relocate your boat.
Located along the Ohio and West Virginia border in the western portion of the state, Huntington boasts a beautiful locale along the Ohio River and is a lovely college town surrounded by natural beauty. The city is known as the home of Marshall University, but there is more to offer residents than just the collegiate atmosphere.
Huntington has its roots as a railroad town dating back to the end of the 19th century. However, today it has a mix of industry, and some of the biggest employers in the area are in health care, education and the oil and gas industries.
According to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate, the population in Huntington was just a little more than 49,000, so it has that perfect small-town feeling that residents love. Huntington is also an affordable place to call home. City-Data statistics reveal that the cost of living index is 15 percent less than the U.S. average.
Activities and Attractions in Huntington
The Huntington Museum of Art is one of the biggest cultural hot spots in the entire tri-state area, boasting four permanent galleries and five temporary galleries. Here you can roam through American and European collections, and your little ones can even take summer classes and camps associated with the museum so that they can boost their creativity.
Huntington is greatly influenced by its Appalachian roots, and the best place to learn about it is at the Heritage Farm Museum & Village. There are more than 16 buildings and sites that you can explore on a guided tour where you can see how life was like in the early days and how progress in industry and transportation shaped the area.
Ritter Park is considered the heart of the city and it's here where you will find all things recreation, including tennis courts, jogging paths, a rose garden, playgrounds and a fountain.
Moving to Huntington
The city is tucked between Interstate 64 and several U.S. Highways, including 60, 23 and 52, so finding your way here by car is no problem. If you are considering a Huntington moving company, using vehicle transportation services with Allied Van Lines and planning on flying into Huntington, there are two options. One is the Tri-State Airport, which is around 12 miles from the city center, and the other is Yeager Airport, located in nearby Charleston. To the make the move even less stressful, consider other excellent amenities from Allied, such as clean-up, electronics assembly and disassembly and full-service packing.