Bridgewater, Nova Scotia Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Bridgewater Moving Companies
Your move to Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, marks a busy time in your life. Instead of trying to handle all of the tasks of moving yourself, you can look to our experienced agents at Allied Van Lines for assistance. Our agents connect you with Bridgewater movers who are able to pack, load, transport and unload all of your belongings. If you need specialty services, such as the transport of a motorcycle or a piano, our agents will help you to find movers to handle the job.
The Allied Van Lines difference is in how we train our agents. We prioritize customer service, which is why every agent undergoes an intensive training program before assisting customers with their moves. Because your agent has participated in this training period, he or she is qualified to help with every aspect of your upcoming move to Bridgewater. If you have any questions about your move, your agent will be glad to help in every way possible.
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, was founded in 1812 at the end of the navigable area of the LaHave River. Incorporated in 1899, the town grew with the forestry and milling industries. Today, Bridgewater is known as a quiet community that welcomes younger individuals and families. The town is also a popular place for people to live in their retirement, and its convenient maritime location draws many visitors each year. The Woodland Gardens is the area's largest and most popular park. It includes a duck pond, a public swimming pool, hiking trails and The DesBrisay Museum. At Riverview Park, you can watch the birds and fish splashing in the rapids of the LaHave River. You could also try out the 5 miles of hiking at the town's Centennial Trails.
You may also want to get out and participate in or watch some of Bridgewater's annual events. The Hank Snow Music Festival and the South Shore Exhibition are two popular summertime gatherings in the town's center. The South Shore Exhibition's most popular event is the International Ox Pull, which draws in people from all over eastern Canada and the northeastern United States. The annual Canada Day celebration includes a parade, fireworks and many food carts and midway games. Performances of The Bridgewater Fire Department Band take place throughout the summer, making for a great way to get to know your neighbors and relax in the fresh air.
By allowing Allied Van Lines to handle the transportation of your belongings and vehicle, you will have some extra time to relax in your new place. Once the movers have unloaded everything, you can invite your new neighbors over for coffee and get settled into the neighborhood. We aim to lower your stress level and help your move go efficiently and safely. Give us at Allied Van Lines a call today and get a free quote for moving services to Bridgewater.