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North American Van Lines: The Best of Las Cruces Moving Companies
Free estimates, affordable storage options, and a 4.5 out of 5-star quality rating are just some of the reasons many people work with our dependable North American Van Lines agent in the Las Cruces, NM, area. Are you in the middle of planning a residential or commercial move to Old Mesilla, Sonoma Ranch, University Park, or any of the other neighborhoods in the community? Then, you've come to the right place. Our licensed, bonded, and BBB-accredited agent offers a selection of services that includes fragile-only packing or full-service packing and advance shipment of your vehicles. They can also supply you with any self-packing materials you may need.
North American Van Lines is your trusted source for local, national, and international moving. We make a point of partnering with reliable agents who stay current with moving technology and rely on proven practices to keep customers happy. No matter how big or small your moving needs are, our agent in Las Cruces will walk you through the steps necessary to transport your belongings to your new house, apartment, office, or business. Need help with a corporate relocation? We've got you covered. Give our Las Cruces agent a call today.
Las Cruces, which means the crosses in Spanish, is the second-largest city in New Mexico and the home of New Mexico State University, so it’s clear that education is important to this community. The university is also one of the biggest employers here along with other schools in the area.
The city serves as a geographic and economic hub for the Mesilla Valley, which is an agricultural region on the Rio Grande’s flood plain. Las Cruces experiences an arid climate with average temperatures in the 50s and 60s in the winter and 80s and 90s in the summer.
Las Cruces has been a boom in residents moving here with an increase of 36.1 percent since 2000, and in the 2012 the U.S. Census estimated there were 101,047 people living here.
Attractions and Activities in Las Cruces
If you enjoy supporting the local vendors in your hometown, you’ll love the Las Cruces farmers market that takes place every Wednesday and Saturday from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the North Downtown Mall. You can peruse homemade arts and crafts, see street performances and purchase local foods and ingredients.
In September you can head to the Whole Enchilada Fiesta to celebrate New Mexican cuisine where you’ll find booths, races, tastings and musical acts. You’ll even get to see what’s called the world’s largest enchilada.
Learn more about your new hometown at the Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science, which is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Inside you’ll find three permanent exhibits: Desert Life exploring the Chihuahuan Desert, Permian Trackways displaying two fossil trackways and The Light & Space interactive area for adventurous kids and parents.
Moving to Las Cruces
If you’re ready to call this city home, you’ll want to employ a Las Cruces moving company to help you with all the heavy lifting involved in relocating. You can drive into the city using Interstates 10 and 25, or if you’re flying in the closest airport is El Paso International, which is located about 53 miles away.
North American Van Lines has operations in more than 40 countries with 500 agents in North America and another 380 internationally who can help you decide if full-service or fragile-only packing is the better option or if you should choose to purchase self-pack materials. And with box and furniture inventory and high-value shipping, you can be sure that all of your belongings will arrive safe and sound to your new home.