Toledo Movers

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64 North Fearing Blvd
Toledo, OH 43607

Phone: (419) 729-8871
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am5:00 pm

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Stevens Van Lines in Toledo provides a wide variety of moving services for both household and commercial goods in the Greater Toledo area and throughout Lucas County and surrounding areas, including Sylvania, Perrysburg, Bowling Green, Maumee, Waterville and Northwood. From the Maumee River to the Veterans Memorial skyway, or Fifth Third field to Huntington Center, we know the culture of Toledo and would be pleased to take care of your next move!

A Closer Look at Toledo

Conveniently located, Toledo is approximately four hours driving time of many large cities which include: Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Chicago. As for climate, locals and visitors can expect warm and humid summers and cold and somewhat snowy winters. Surprisingly, the spring and summer months are typically wetter than the winter and autumn months. Nonetheless, you can expect a generally humid continental climate, characterized by four distinct seasons.

Attractions in Toledo

Founded in 1833 on the west bank of the Maumee River, Toledo, Ohio has grown to become the state’s 4th largest city. While Toledo is known for its glass manufacturing and automotive heritage, the city has become a staple of the fine and performing arts, passionate sporting events and family-rich culture. If you’re thinking of moving to Toledo, Ohio, Stevens Van Lines of Toledo is prepared to help you move, no matter the distance.

If you’re looking to treat a loved one or your family to wide-range of entertaining events, look no further. The Stranahan Theater is a concert hall located on the city’s south side while the Toledo Opera, open since 1915, is located downtown. If you search for more performing arts activities, The Toledo Repertoire Theatre, created in 1933, performs both Broadway hits and lesser-known original works. However, if you’re looking to enjoy art at a slower, more introspective pace, check out the Toledo Museum of Art, the city’s culturally rich glass art at the Glass Pavilion across Monroe Street or the Collingwood Arts Center built by architect E. O. Fallis which is used to showcase art exhibitions.

Need more adrenaline-fueled fun? Check out the Toledo Speedway for stock car races, concerts, and other fun events. Are you a baseball fan? The Toledo Mud Hens are one of the Minor League’s oldest teams, having first played in 1896 and continue to play at Fifth Third Field. If you travel for golf, you won’t be disappointed. You’ll find six major USGA events having previously been hosted here while LPGA’s Marathon Classic continues to be held at Highland Meadows Golf. If you still need more fun sporting events to attend, check out the Toledo Walleye, an ECHL hockey team – an affiliate of the Grand Rapids Griffins of the American Hockey League and the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL.

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We’ve looked at cultural and athletic avenues of entertainment, so how about we briefly explore the nature friendly activities? The Toledo Zoo, which was ranked as the #1 Zoo in the U.S. by USA Today in 2014, was also the first to feature a “Hippoquarium.” If you’re looking to get in touch with nature, take a walk or a bike ride through the Toledo Metroparks system, containing over 10,000 acres of land as well as the Toledo Botanical Garden. Even then, you can enjoy the University Bike and Walking Trail, which is 6.3 miles and travels northwest from the University of Toledo all the way to Sylvania, Ohio.

Clearly, you have several fun and thrilling activities to choose from this metropolis in northwest Ohio. Spend a Friday night at the Opera, a Saturday night at a Walleye hockey game and a Sunday Afternoon at the Botanical Garden to prepare yourself the week ahead. There’s fun to be had everywhere.

Toledo Warehouse Storage

Stevens Van Lines in Toledo also offers a climate-controlled storage warehouse to store any of your household furnishings and personal effects whether for long-term or short-term storage. Your belongings will be stored and secure for as long as you need. Store any and all office, commercial or residential items during renovations or moving with our short-term storage in Toledo.

Stevens Worldwide Van Lines

Whether you’re moving to or from Toledo, Stevens is prepared to help you every step of the way. Move with confidence thanks to our Total Customer Satisfaction™ Guarantee because there’s a reason that Stevens is the Way to Move™. If you’re prepared to pick your mover, Stevens Van Lines of Toledo is ready at your request.

For a free quote, please call (855) 210-6080 or complete our easy online estimate form.

 
Stevens Van Lines Reviews

“Tony, Jay & Adam worked well together & made a hectic experience to be almost fun. ”

3/3/14 Rating: 8.5/ 10

“Crew was accommodating and professional. Good move!”

3/3/14 Rating: 7.5/ 10

“The movers were very courteous/professional and did an outstanding job from start to finish.”

2/20/14 Rating: 9/10
 

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