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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Whitecourtt Moving Companies
If you are hoping to make your move go smoothly, you can count on Allied Van Lines to be there for you. We'll tailor our services, depending on your unique situation, and we'll be ready to accommodate your requests. You can ask us to pack or unpack your belongings, and we will be sure to handle them with care. We can even take apart and reassemble any pieces of furniture so that we can more efficiently transport them. You can have confidence in our ability to get things done the right way because we always keep our clients' interests in mind.
We've been in business since 1928, and we're proud of the work that we've done for people in Whitecourt, across Canada, and beyond. We move 100,000 households each year, and we have more than 3,500 vehicles that are driven by over 4,200 trained drivers. When you reach out to us, you'll be able to speak with one of our Personal Relocation Consultants about your needs, and he or she can arrange everything on your behalf. We realize that moving can be a stressful experience, and we'll do our best to take some of the pressure off your shoulders.
The town of Whitecourt is in the heart of Alberta. Its northern location means that highs in the summer only reach the low 70s, and the temperatures in the winter months are consistently below the freezing mark. Consequently, there are plenty of opportunities for cold weather activities, and the city is known as the Snowmobiling Capital of Alberta. Hockey is a popular pastime, and there are several youth and adult leagues for players of various levels. Aside from the traditional winter sports, residents can stay active at the community fitness center, town pool and local parks.
Whitecourt was established at the confluence of the Athabasca River, McLeod River, Sakwatamau River and Beaver Creek. This made it a natural gathering place in the early 1900s for settlers venturing into the Western Frontier. The community has grown to include about 10,000 residents, many of whom are connected in some manner with forestry or the oil and gas industry. Anyone interested in learning more about a major component of the local economy can visit the Forest Interpretive Centre. It's a museum that chronicles the growth of the forestry industry in the region. Heritage Park is associated with the center, and it is home to antique farm equipment, a barn and walking trails.
At Allied Van Lines, we're dedicated to what we do, and we look forward to helping you in any way we can. Contact us to receive your free quote or to schedule your service. We'll listen carefully as you describe the level of assistance that you're looking for, and we'll be able to address any concerns you may have.