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Moving Companies in Tucson, Arizona

Moving Companies in Tucson, Arizona

Considering a move to Tucson?

Located in the Sonoran desert and surrounded by five minor mountain ranges, Tucson, AZ is the second most populated city in the state of Arizona and soon will be your new home! With a diverse culture, an innovative community, and a small-town feel, you’ll quickly find out why more than 524,000 residents (and a metro area of 1 million residents) think Tucson is such a great place to live. Keep reading to learn more about your new town.

Moving to Tucson means sunny weather year-round.

Tucson…your new home!

What’s the geography like? The city sits 2,389 feet above sea level and spreads across nearly 500 miles. The landscape is made up of desert, hills, canyons, riverbeds, mountain peaks, and blue sky. Five different mountain ranges surround the city: Rincon Mountains, Tucson Mountains, Santa Catalina Mountains, Santa Rita Mountains, and Tortolita Mountains. The city is just an hour away from the Mexico border, two hours away from Phoenix, and just an hour away from Mt. Lemmon, the area’s highest mountain peak. The best part of the drive there is that you’ll see seven of the world’s nine life zones. It’s like driving from Mexico to Canada, but all in one hour!

How’s the weather? Tucson has the typical desert climate, with extremely hot summers and mild winters. The sun is always on display in Tucson, as the city gets more than 350 days of sunshine per year – great for outdoor adventure. Thanks to the two minor rainy seasons the city gets per year (late summer and early winter), the landscape surrounding the city is very lush, not dry like you would expect a desert-climate city to be.

Where can you get an education in Tucson? The Tucson Unified School District serves most of the students in the area. There are more than 52,000 students in grades Pre-K-12 in more than 90 schools, including magnet schools. There are also several private schools in the area to choose from. For higher education, Tucson offers the University of Arizona, Prima Community College, Tucson College, The Art Institute of Tucson, and Prima Medical Institute to name a few!

What’s the economy like? Tucson’s economy is based on tourism, manufacturing, technology, military, and the arts. Top Employers in the area include Raytheon Missile Systems, the University of Arizona, the state of Arizona, the city of Tucson, 3M, Allied Signal, IBM, Texas Instruments, Intuit, America Online, Davis-Monthan AFB, and Walmart, to name a few! Because there are so many companies in Tucson that design and manufacture optics, the city has then nickname of “Optics Valley.”

What’s there to do in Tucson?

This vibrant is packed full of adventure and fun. Here’s a list of a few ideas of things to do and see after you move to Tucson:

  • Enjoy the Tucson Arts scene. The city was referred to as a “mini-mecca for the arts” by the Wall Street Journal. There are 35 art galleries in the downtown area and 30+ regional museums. The city even has its own ballet company, professional theater, symphony, and opera.
  • Get outside! There are more than 800 miles of bike trails and many golf courses to practice your swing. You can also hike, horseback ride, camp, rock climb, bird watch, explore caves, take day tours, and so much more. Remember, it’s sunny most of the time in Tucson, so there’s no excuse not to get out and enjoy your surroundings!
  • Major Tucson attractions include the Tucson Botanical Gardens, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Sabino Canyon, Mt. Lemon Scenic Byway, Reid Park Zoo, Pima Air & Space Museum, The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures, and the Carnival of Illusion.
  • If you like sports, Tucson has great options: The Tucson Padres baseball team plays at Kino Sports Complex and The University of Arizona Wildcats are part of the Pac10 Conference and play at McKale Center (basketball) and Arizona Stadium (football). For rodeo fun, head to the Tucson rodeo. It’s known for the world’s largest non-motorized parade.

Check out these other interesting city facts to learn more about the surrounding area!

How to move to Tucson the easy and affordable way

To make your upcoming move to Tucson easy and affordable, check out U-Pack®. We’ll take care of the driving; all you do is pack, load, and unload. The best part is that our prices are affordable…so affordable that 78% of our customers chose us because our price was better than any other out of state moving company.

We’ll bring a moving trailer or moving container direct to your door. You load it up, and we’ll transport it to ourn local service cetner and then all the way to your new home in Tucson. When you’re done unloading, we’ll pick up the empty equipment. It’s that easy.

If you’re a student moving to the University of Arizona from out-of-state, the U-Pack ReloCube moving containers are ideal. Whether you’re moving to a dorm or apartment, the ReloCubes are the perfect size for packing (they can hold the size of a studio apartment) and parking (they fit in a single parking space).

If you’re a military member moving to Davis-Monthan AFB, U-Pack can help you make money on your DITY move. We can also provide certified weight tickets required for reimbursement.

Whether it’s a personal move, student move, or military move, U-Pack can move you to Arizona easily and affordably.

Call 877-453-7274 to talk to a friendly moving specialist or get a free moving quote online today. 

Station Address:
Address: 2943 E Wieding Road
Tucson, AZ 85706
United States
Phone Numbers:
Customer Service: (520) 573-0651
Fax: (520) 294-1887

If we are not able to provide door-to-door delivery to your city near Tucson, AZ, you can save money by loading or unloading at the service center conveniently located in Tucson, AZ. If you have questions about serviceability to your location, please call us at 800-240-7422, and a U-Pack Moving Consultant will gladly help.

Upcoming Holidays Observed:
Service may be curtailed. Contact local service center for details.
Monday, 9/2/2019
Thursday, 11/28/2019
Friday, 11/29/2019
Tuesday, 12/24/2019
Wednesday, 12/25/2019
Wednesday, 1/1/2020