We are closely monitoring the developments regarding COVID-19 and are taking steps to protect our customers and employees. We are continuing to perform moves and provide in-home estimates. We also have a virtual survey option for those who would prefer not to have an estimator in their home. We are taking steps to continually sanitize our equipment and require our office staff/workers to have their temperature taken every morning - to ensure the safety of customers & employees. You can read more details about these steps on our company blog.
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Just as every family is different, every family’s relocation needs are different. At Allied, we tailor your needs, your schedule, your budget. Our packing options and additional services let you do as much as you like or as little as you like when it comes to your big move. We wouldn’t have it any o...

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If you opt to have your goods delivered to a mini-storage on your long distance move, there are a few factors to keep in mind. Either yourself, or an authorized representative (assigned by you) must be present when your goods are delivered into your mini-storage.Cargo claim liability ceases once the...

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Moving a single-family household from one location to the next is a straightforward task. We arrive, we load up the van, we head to your new home, and we unload. However, you may find that your move isn’t so simple. You may have your belongings spread out over multiple homes (or storage units), or y...

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Moving can be difficult on children. Transitioning to a new environment at a young age is something that can cause a lot of stress.  Here are a few pieces of advice that may help: Communication Tell your child about the move as soon as possible, a child should never overhear the news by acc...

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If you have any moving questions that need to be answered, Allied's FAQ moving checklist can be a big help. We have researched the most commonly asked moving questions, and then answered them all via this moving checklist. From pre-move to claims, we answer all your moving questions on Allied's FAQ...

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Organizing the closets is a task most people have on their to-do list, regardless of how long they’ve been living in a home or if they’re planning on moving anytime soon.  A new home is a blank slate ideal for a new, more organized you; however, even if you’ve lived in a house for years, it’s s...

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One of the largest and most difficult pieces of furniture to move in (or out) of any home is your bed. Large wooden frames can be incredibly heavy and bulky to transport. Mattresses may need an extra layer of protection to keep them from getting wet or damaged on the road. And heirlooms might even r...

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Of all the belongings in your home, your flat screen TV is probably one of your most expensive and difficult to move. Even a small chip or crack can ruin your viewing experience, so it’s important to make sure you take all the necessary precautions to get your television where it needs to go. > A...

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Let's face it, no one likes to pack. Moving is stressful enough as it is and the thought of having to go out and buy boxes/material and then do the physical packing is daunting. Heavy duty trash bags can, in some cases, actually be useful in packing. They tend to be best for large and bulky items su...

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There is nothing like a bad Winter Blizzard to remind you of the need to prepare for your move in these conditions. And as a company we are reminded as well that regardless of the weather situation, the moves must go on. The weather is often unpredictable, but there are some things you can do t...

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