100 Mile House, British Columbia
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100 Mile House, British Columbia Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of 100 Mile House Moving CompaniesIf you're apprehensive about moving your family to a new home, having the help of an experienced moving agent is sure to dispel some of the stress. North American Van Lines has been meeting the needs of individuals and families for more than eight decades, and you can expect us to be by your side as you relocate to a new residence. Whether you're downsizing to a smaller place or moving into the home of your dreams, you won't go wrong when you count on our knowledgeable, highly trained agents.
The municipality known as 100 Mile House, British Columbia, was first settled by pioneers in the mid-19th century. The community's unusual name refers to its location 100 miles north of the town of Lillooet along the historic Cariboo Wagon Road. This road served as a main travel route for gold prospectors and fur traders until the arrival of the railroad and the construction of modern paved roads. Today, the community is home to around 2,000 individuals and is surrounded by numerous outlying towns, including Forest Grove, Lac La Hache, Bridge Lake and 108 Mile Ranch. Numerous lakes dot the area around 100 Mile House. These lakes are a popular attraction for fishermen, boaters, birdwatchers and general outdoors enthusiasts throughout the year.
The 100 Mile House area has earned a reputation as a center for log home construction in recent years. The region's abundant forests provide plentiful building materials for rustic cabins, and numerous cabin construction businesses are located in and around 100 Mile House. As might be expected, 100 Mile House and the surrounding villages offer opportunities to enjoy a variety of winter sports, including skiing, skating, curling and ice hockey. A volunteer-run art gallery in 100 Mile House welcomes visitors, and the community supports a spinning and weaving guild dedicated to traditional handiwork. In addition, the municipality maintains several parks for the use of families and community groups, and public camping is available at nearby Green Lake Provincial Park and Bridge Lake Provincial Park.
From the moment that the first box is packed until your belongings are unloaded at your new home, your dedicated North American Van Lines agent will take care of all the details regarding your move. You won't have to concern yourself with anything besides where the furniture will be placed and how your new residence will be decorated. Our agents supply all the necessary packing materials and transportation, hire trustworthy movers and work hard to reduce moving day jitters by communicating with you at every step along the way.
If you're planning to relocate to 100 Mile House in the near future, call North American Van Lines for a free quote. You can get ready to leave everything in the hands of one of our capable moving agents.