London, Ontario Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of London Moving Companies
Located between Lake Erie and Lake Huron in southern Ontario, London is one of the most sought-after areas in the region. There are many types of people who live in London, from families to seniors, and the city has a thriving student population with Western University, Fanshawe College and St. Peter's Seminary calling London home.
According to the 2011 Canadian Census, there are more than 474,700 residents living in London, and the city is densely populated with around 178 persons per square kilometre. City-Data statistics show that the median age of a resident in the city is just under 40 years and there is a large variety of industries in the area, from manufacturing to finance to educational services. The median earnings and income in London are also on par with the national average, according to the source.
Activities and Attractions in London
Budweiser Gardens is a massive sporting venue that hosts many events, from NHL hockey games to rookie tournaments. Concerts are often held here as well, and Budweiser Gardens is also the home to the London Knights, a junior ice hockey team and the London Lightning, a Canadian professional basketball team.
The performing arts are also on full display in London, especially with iconic venues like the Grand Theatre, which has been part of the London community since 1901 (and rumored to be haunted), and the Aeolian Hall, an architectural feat that was once a public school but has since transformed into a performance venue thanks to the amazing acoustics.
For adventurers, London is also a great place to live due to the location next to Boler Mountain. Name the outdoor activity and you can have fun doing it here, from skiing, snowboarding, tubing, mountain biking, ziplining and hiking. Whether it's winter to summer, there are plenty of ways to explore at Boler Mountain.
Moving to London
Getting around with your London moving company by car is easy, especially since the Macdonald-Cartier Freeway runs east to west on the south side of the city. However, if you would rather fly into London and opt for Allied Van Lines' vehicle transportation services, you can land at the terminal at London International Airport (which is 11 kilometres from the city centre) and let Allied take care of the rest.
There are many other amenities that you can enjoy with Allied as well, including access to 500 agents across North America, no-surprise pricing so that you can better balance your relocation budget, and box and furniture inventory to keep track of all your belongings.