Local & Long Distance Moving Companies in Chandler, AZ

Licenses:

US DOT: 553340

Intra: 181859

MC: 273542

Gouffon Moving & Storage Co, Inc.
Chandler AZ moving quotes, Family owned and operated for more than 125 years and spanning four generations, Gouffon Moving & Storage Co. will provide y...

US DOT: 1463484

MC: 552894

Cardinal Moving Systems
Cardinal Moving Systems provide customers with one, all-inclusive price for any and every type of move. As one of the biggest West Coast providers of...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 079658

Ace Relocation Systems Inc.
Movers Chandler Arizona, Ace Relocation Systems, Inc. has been providing world-class, award-winning services for 40 years. As one of the largest agent...

US DOT: 1078585

MC: 448861

First USA Moving & Storage
Our mission as one of the top moving companies Phoenix has to offer is to relocate our clients with a superior level of service and professionalism...

US DOT: 70851

MC: 107012

North American Van Lines
Moving companies Chandler AZ, A move is more than relocating. It’s life changing. The professionals at North American Moving Services are experts in ...

US DOT: 1685249

Intra: MTR0190477

MC: 619135

Hercules Moving Systems, Inc.
Whether you are moving in California, or looking for movers in California county, or another major state, Hercules Moving Systems is ready to handle...

US DOT: 133956

MC: 158526

Mergenthaler Transfer & Storage
Chandler AZ moving companies, When you think about it, it makes sense to use a moving company that can answer any questions about the community you'll ...

US DOT: 2426592

Intra: 31326

MC: 817146

True King Relocation
Chandler Arizona movers, Trust your long distance move to the real pros. When you’re moving long distance, it’s important to choose a moving co...

US DOT: 2086298

MC: 728073

West Coast Movers LLC
Thank you for considering West Coast Movers as your moving company. We know and understand that moving is not an easy task, therefore, we are...

US DOT: 1192529

Intra: 3349

MC: 476853

Oasis Moving & Storage, Inc.
Moving company Chandler, Oasis Moving & Storage is a customer driven company, committed to continuous service improvements that meet your relocati...

US DOT: 72029

MC: 074681

Mooney Movers, Inc.
Chandler Arizona long distance moving, Stevens Worldwide Van Lines has more than a century of experience in household goods relocation. Started with a ...

US DOT: 77949

MC: 067234

S & M Moving Systems
The company is family-owned and operated, as it has been since its inception in 1918. Currently run by fourth generation Stadler family members, the...

US DOT: 77949

Intra: 15

MC: 67234

Aaction Movers
At AAction Movers, we know how you do business is more important than where you do business. Our Corporate headquarters in Bismarck, North Dakota...

US DOT: 1302391

MC: 504508

Moving Around LLC
Chandler moving companies, At "A Moving Around" we understand the importance of moving not just furniture but the family as well. This major decision mu...

US DOT: 2418952

MC: 832820

Suddath Relocation Systems of Arizona, LLC
Chandler AZ moving quotes, When it comes to industry leadership and the implementation of quality and cost-saving solutions, Suddath® has consistent...

Chandler, Arizona

Chandler, Arizona has been a wonderful tourist destination since its inception in 1912. The warm climate year long, brings vacationers and new residents to Chandler to escape the cold during the winter. On June 18, 2010 Chandler was chosen as an “All-American City” by the National Civic League. The NCL was founded by Louis Brandeis, Marshall Field and Theodore Roosevelt in 1894 to help create government changes and stronger communities. This judiciary body chooses 10 cities to receive this distinction. In order to be considered, a city must show that they have at least three current projects designed to better their city. Chandler’s first project is called “Improving Chandler Area Neighborhoods,” (ICAN) which targeted the elimination of underage drinking. The Chandler Heights Community Services project developed a new police substation and a storage facility for recycled water. Third is the Chandler CARE facility which provides free medical care to school-aged children. With all of these positive programs, it's no wonder so many people are moving to Chandler.

Economy:
The entire country has suffered as a result of the recession which began around December 2007. By the end of 2009, there was evidence that things were really starting to look up and this upswing continued into 2010. Recovery in the state of Arizona is slower than average but improvement is still evident. Chandler’s residential construction has resumed, which is helping to boost the sales of building materials. The city’s housing prices are starting to increase too. Retail spending is up in Chandler especially in the areas of clothing and accessories, furniture and automobile sales. Consumer spending is not yet as robust as it could be, due in large part to the fact that Chandler residents are still worried about their employment status. The job market is also making a turn for the better, so we can look forward to seeing Chandler’s economy continue to improve and positive signs continue as more and more Chandler moving companies are busy again.

Tourism:
There are many things to do in Chandler, Arizona. The Arizona Railroad Museum showcases train cars throughout history as well as trains that appeared in movies. The main museum building is a replica of Chandler’s old train depot. If you feel the need for speed, check out The Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving where you can learn to drive like a professional race car driver. After that, why not head to the Firebird International Raceway to watch a race? If you like to gamble, the Gilla River Casino – Lone Butte or Wild Horse are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you don’t mind a short drive, the beautiful Grand Canyon in located about four hours away.

History:
Chandler was founded by veterinarian, Dr. Alexander John Chandler in 1891. He worked hard on many projects to attract new residents and investors. The town was officially “opened for business” on May 12, 1912. By 1913, the town was thriving as it welcomed dignitaries, celebrities and politicians into Chandler to stay at the new golf resort, San Marcos Hotel. The good times lasted even through the depression. During World War II Chandler saw a large boom in its population. Dr. Chandler passed away in 1950 – four years shy of the year Chandler the town would become Chandler the city. Throughout its history, agriculture has been one of the key economic drivers in Chandler. Today, manufacturing and technology are important sectors to the economy too.

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Interesting Facts:

  • On March 23, 2010, a record 103 passports were processed in Chandler.
  • During the Ostrich Festival every March, there are actual Ostrich races with people actually riding on the large birds.
  • The state of Arizona does not adjust its clocks to observe Daylight Savings Time.