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Box Ox Moving Co. South Austin
1322 W Ben White Blvd Austin, TX 78704
South Austin (512) 861-8859

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SOUTH AUSTIN MOVING COMPANY


Box Ox Moving Company South Austin specializes in Austin based long distance moving. We are a premier Austin Moving Company offering moving services throughout the great state of Texas to locations across the continental United States.

Our specialized Austin Movers team are committed to providing fast, reliable, quality and efficient services to all of our customers in Austin and across the United States. Over the years, we have helped thousands of consumers and businesses with their relocation needs. Handling such a large amount of moves allows us to offer competitive rates for long distance moving needs without compromising the quality and professionalism of our service. We believe that each move should be planned for and treated individually, and we tailor our strategies to find the best moving package to suit your needs and budget.

If you are moving from or moving to Austin, call Box Ox Moving Company South Austin(512-861-8859) for one of the premier Austin Moving Companies and we will assign a personal advisor to your move who will create a comprehensive moving package that will suit your unique needs and budget.

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With our well-trained staff of movers working hand-in-hand with our superior moving consultants, we assure an easy and organized relocation to your new home.

Basic Moving Package:

Professional Box Ox Moving consultant assigned specifically to your move
Door to door relocation
Professional moving crew
Disassembly and reassembly of basic furniture
Padding of furniture with blankets
Organized list of moved items
Unwrapping of large furniture
Loading and unloading
Fully equipped truck
Taxes , fuel, tolls & miles
One free flight of stairs upon pick up and delivery
No up charge for elevator usage or moving large appliances
Up to 1 month free storage and re-delivery
Basic liability coverage of $0.60 per pound, per article


Packaging services:

Packing service is an optional service that is available upon request. Our Austin packing service includes packing materials such as: plastic covers, bubble wrap, packing paper, boxes, and crates along with movers who will pack up your entire home.

Express delivery:

Express delivery is available upon request for our clients on the Midwest and East Coast of the United States. Box Ox Moving South Austin will load, transport and unload your belongings within 1 to 3 days.

 

 

 

Introduction to Austin, Texas

The capital of Texas, Austin is the sixteenth largest city in the United States and the fourth largest in Texas with a population approaching 700,000 people. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Austin-Round Rock metropolitan area is one of the fastest growing in the United States, and has a population of approximately 1.4 million people.

Austin is located in central Texas. It is an hour and twenty minutes north of San Antonio, and a little over three hours northwest of Houston. Austin is home to three Fortune 1000 companies, including Whole Foods Market.

Austin-San Marcos is ranked as the 40th "Most Fun U.S. City" in a survey conducted in 2003 by Cranium Inc. Factors taken into account in the ranking include: the number of sports teams, restaurants, dance performances, toy stores, the amount of a city's budget that is spent on recreation, and other factors. Austin is also a past winner of the coveted "All-America City Award" from the National Civic League.

Austin typically experiences warm weather year round. The coldest month of the year is January with an average daily temperature of almost 60 degrees. July and August are the warmest months of the year with average daily temperatures in the 95 degree Fahrenheit range.

Austin History

Native Americans inhabited the area that is now Austin before the first European settlers arrived and established a settlement around 1835. Austin was founded as the village of Waterloo in 1837. Waterloo was chosen to become the capital of the Republic of Texas in 1839. At that time, its name was changed to Austin to honor Stephen F. Austin, the "father of Texas". Other key dates in Austin's history include:

  • In 1845, Texas was admitted into the Union and Austin became a state capital
  • From 1861 to 1865, Austin and the rest of Texas were part of the Confederate States of America
  • In 1881, Austin public schools opened
  • In 1888, the Texas State Capitol was completed
  • In 1900, a storm washed away the Great Granite Dam and sent a wall of water into downtown Austin creating a lot of destruction and killing dozens

Austin Arts and Culture

Austin is a center for arts and culture. Austin offers gardens, museums, the performing arts, and more. Some of Austin's more notable gardens and museums include:

  • The Austin Museum of Art-Laguna Gloria
  • The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
  • The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
  • The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum
  • The Texas Memorial Museum
  • The Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum
  • The Zilker Botanical Gardens

For patrons of the performing arts, Austin is home to many fine performing arts attractions. Some of the more notable include:

  • The Austin Chamber Music Center
  • The Austin Civic Chorus
  • The Austin Civic Orchestra
  • The Austin Lyric Opera
  • The Austin Symphony Orchestra
  • Ballet Austin
  • The Paramount Theatre
  • The Zachary Scott Theatre

Austin also plays host to numerous festivals every year, including an annual film/music/multimedia festival known as South by Southwest, the Austin City Limits Music Festival, Carnaval, Eeyore's Birthday Party, the Old Settler's Music Festival, the Urban Music Festival, and more.

Austin Sports and Leisure

Austin has a very nice offering of sports attractions, including:

  • Baseball - The Minor League Baseball (MiLB) Round Rock Express play in nearby Round Rock, Texas. The Round Rock Express are a Triple-A affiliate of the Houston Astros.
  • Basketball - The NBA Development League Austin Toros.
  • Football - The Arena Football League (AFL) Austin Wranglers.
  • Hockey - The Central Hockey League (CHL) Austin Ice Bats.
  • Soccer - The United Soccer League (USL) Premier Development League Austin Lightning.

Austin is also a center for bicycling and is home to several cycling groups as well as Lance Armstrong. Runner's World magazine named Austin one of the "25 Best Running Cities in America" in July of 2005.

Austin "Must See" Attractions

Austin has attractions too numerous to do justice in a simple list. Some of Austin's more notable and unique attractions include:

  • Austin City Limits, the longest-running music show on television
  • Austin is home to North America's largest urban bat population
  • The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum
  • The Texas State Capitol

Austin at Night

Austin promotes itself as the live music capital of the world and boasts over a hundred live music venues. Sixth Street is a famous destination for nightspots. Good sources of information about events and happenings include the free alternative weekly Austin Chronicle, or the Austin American Statesman's "XLent" supplement published weekly on Thursday.

 

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