Moscow, Idaho Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Moscow Moving Companies
North American Van Lines has two agents in Moscow, ID, who can help make your big move easier. You'll be pleased to know both have been rated at least 4.8 out of 5 stars by customers, and all of our agents are fully licensed, bonded, and accredited by the Better Business Bureau. Whether you just bought a home near the Fort Russell neighborhood or plan to live in the downtown area, our agents will make sure that your movers deliver your belongings to your new location in one piece and according to your schedule.
We’ll let you choose from a variety of service options that are designed to simplify the process of relocating. The movers that are sent to you can bring packing and padding materials to keep your items protected during transport. We can even arrange for someone to do the packing for you. Your movers will have the trucks and equipment needed to do all the heavy lifting. Our agents can offer storage solutions if you need to keep your belongings in a secure facility while your home or office is being completed. Contact one of our agents to request a free estimate for your move.
Located in northwest Idaho along the Washington border, Moscow is a friendly town known as a center for unspoiled nature and higher education. It was originally dubbed “Paradise Valley” by settlers, as it’s nestled between Moscow mountain and the rolling hills of Palouse. Moscow is also home to the University of Idaho, from which it draws much of its town spirit.
In 1885, the city’s industries launched with the arrival of the railroad. Now the population of Moscow is approximately 24,000, according the 2012 U.S. Census. With the university as a city standout, it’s no surprise that most of Moscow residents work as post-secondary teachers.
Moscow has a four season climate, with temperatures varying substantially from season to season. During the summer, residents enjoy highs of mid-80s while in the winter, they brace for the mid-20s.
Attractions and activities
Moscow’s backyard consists of forests, rivers and lakes, making for an outdoor enthusiast’s personal playground. Many residents and students embrace skiing, snowboarding, white water rafting, climbing, biking and camping.
Besides the nature activities, Moscow has a commitment to the arts. It hosts the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, hosting some of the world’s best jazz artists, as well as 20,000 visitors each year. Other focal points for the arts include the Fresh Aire Concert Series, the Moscow ARTWALK and Third Street Gallery.
The streets are lined with art galleries, coffee shops, movie theaters and restaurants, which entertain residents young and old. The Renaissance Festival is a downtown Moscow favorite, celebrating the spring with live music, artists, crafters and international foods.
Moving to Moscow, ID
If you’re planning to head to Moscow, North American Van Lines offers a wide variety of moving options, from self-pack materials to full-service packing. Whether you wish to relocate from the West Coast or are hailing from overseas, northAmerican has operations in more than 40 countries and a total of 380 international agents.
There’s no-surprise pricing as well, which ensures that what you agree upon is what you’ll receive, no hidden fees. Moscow moving companies can make getting to your belongings to your new home a lot simpler!
The nearest major airports are Pullman-Moscow Regional, 10 miles away, and Lewistin-Nez Perce Perce County Airport, 36 miles south. For drivers, Moscow is located right on U.S. Highways 8 and 95.