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North American Van Lines: The Best of Gilbert Moving Companies
With an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars, our two North American Van Lines moving agents in Gilbert, AZ, are poised to get your move organized and done. Both agents are accredited by the BBB and are bonded and licensed. We provide services to residential customers in the Adora Trails, Freeman Farms, and Val Vista Lakes areas. We also offer commercial, corporate, and international relocation assistance. When you need someone to give you a helping hand packing up your grandmother's china, you can count on our agents. We have a broad selection of moving supplies, like car dollies, that you can use to get vehicles to the new place, and we have tape for all those boxes. We have wardrobe and dish boxes to get your things to the new home in one piece.
When you need someone to help you relocate across town or the country, our North American Van Lines agents can provide many trucks and trailers. With years of experience, we also offer storage units where you can put your belongings during temporary projects. We have long and short-term storage options for vehicles, office supplies, and household items. Call us for a free estimate today.
Nestled between the sprawl of Phoenix and the majestic greenery of Tonto National Forest lies Gilbert, which tags itself as a place that embodies "small-town feel with big-city appeal." Gilbert is a booming town that many families are looking for in a new hometown, most due to a young population and focus on educational excellence. Gilbert is also recognized by many as one of the fastest-growing communities in the U.S.
Gilbert's history is rooted in the railroads, which can be clearly seen throughout town. Even though Gilbert is a massive suburb of Phoenix, living here doesn't have to break the bank. According to City-Data, the cost of living in the city was more than 7 percent less than the national average. The source also indicated that many residents are taking notice of Gilbert. From 2000 to 2012, the population soared by 101.6 percent, showing that there is something very special to offer in this southwestern hub.
Activities and attractions in Gilbert
The city may be small in size, but there are many festival available for residents of all ages. During the spring, there is a the Global Village Festival, while many residents as well as visitors enjoy the Gilbert Days Parade and Carnival in November, which features one of the biggest Arizona pastimes: the rodeo. Another not-to-miss event is the Arizona Balloon Classic, which is held in December.
Since the weather is practically perfect year-round in Gilbert, you will be wanting some excuses to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. Luckily, there are many ways to do so. There are four local swimming holes, including the Mesquite Aquatic Center and the Williams Field, Perry and Greenfield pools if you feel like splashing around. Freestone Park is another local favorite, as it features a miniature railroad, amphitheater and recreational center.
Moving to Gilbert
Like many communities around Phoenix, Gilbert has a tendency to sprawl, so you may need some assistance from a Gilbert moving company. Bringing quite a bit along with you on your relocation to Gilbert? North American Van Lines can set you up with an agent that can provide box and furniture inventory, so no precious heirloom is left behind. Getting around Gilbert will be relatively easy despite the sprawl, as it is centrally located around Highways 202 and 87, as well as U.S. Highway 60. The nearest airport is Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, which is located about 10 miles outside of the city's center.