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North American Van Lines: The Best of Waco Moving Companies
If you're planning a move to or from Waco, consider letting our local North American Van Lines agents save you time and money. Whether you and your family are moving into a new home on Drummond Circle or your professional business is about to relocate to the new office building on Lake Shore Drive, we're there for you. We've been serving households and businesses for more than eight decades. You can count on us to help make your move with as little stress as possible. Our relocation agents will work with you every step of the way. In the Waco area alone, you have two agents from which to choose.
Each of our agents is accredited with the Texas Better Business Bureau and is bonded and licensed. It would be our pleasure to assist you in creating a customized moving plan. Choose a DIY packing option, or let our agents find movers to help with some or all of the packing. If you have furniture requiring disassembling, we can find pros with the tools to get the job done. We can also arrange for appliance disconnections and reconnections. Simply contact our office to schedule a no-cost evaluation to get started.
Waco, the administrative center of McLennan County located in the heart of Texas, is a city with a rich history and fun-filled attractions. Founded by Huaco Indians in 1849, Waco is situated along the Brazos River, halfway between Dallas and Austin. Waco is the birthplace of Dr Pepper, and it’s also home to three institutions of higher educations including Baylor University, Texas State Technical College and Mclennan Community College.
The population of Waco was about 127,000, as of the 2012 U.S. Census.
Located in Texas, Waco residents enjoy a warm climate year-round. In the summer, temperatures reach the high 90s while in the winter, averages hardly drop lower than 45 degrees Fahrenheit.
Attractions and activities in Waco
There’s no shortage of things to do or see in Waco. Bring your kids to the Mayborn Museum Complex, which has world-class activities without the big crowds, or to Cameron Park Zoo, boasting animals from all across the world, including a famous lion named Sam Jack.
Sports fans should check out the Texas Sport Hall of Fame while history buffs can flock to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame to learn about the authorities of the Wild West. To get a sip of local culture, the Dr. Pepper Museum has everything about the origins of this famous soda.
Waco is also home to the Waco Mammoth Site, a 100-acre stretch of wooded parkland along the Bosque River, where Columbian mammoth bones were discovered.
For eats, check out the Waco Downtown Farmers Market or Sironia for delicious lunchtime specials. Shoppers get their fix at Richland Mall, located at the intersection of Highways 6 and 85.
Moving to Waco
When you’re relocating to Waco, let North American Van Lines do the heavy lifting. From box and furniture inventory to no-surprise pricing, North American can help make your move a whole lot easier. This Waco moving company also offers full-service packing, and we’ll help you pack everything from small ornamental boxes to bulky furniture.
If you’re looking for flights, the nearest airport is Waco Regional Airport, conveniently located on the outskirts of the city. For drivers, head down U.S. Highways 84 and 6 to reach the city.
Transitions to a new city can be tough, but yours doesn’t have to be with this Waco moving company by your side!