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• Professional Quality Surprise moving company trained personnel.
• We Pad and Shrink wrap furniture.
• Provide Professional Surprise moving at competitive prices all year round.
• (Free) Use of Wardrobes for transport only, Free runners, door jams, padding, shrink wrap.
• Partial packing of breakable or full pack of the entire home.
• We provide storage.
• Full line of Moving Supplies, to include flat screen TV boxes.
• No Hidden Charges or Fees.
• Our Surprise Moving trucks are 26 ft. and High Cubed.
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• We are Licensed Bonded and Insured and we Carry Cargo Coverage.
• Never use Temporary Labor.
• Surprise Mover, Better Business Rating A+.
• Member or the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA).
• Full Value Protection options available.
• Veteran and Senior Discounts.
Just call our staff and you will see that, our staff is second to none. We carry moving supplies for your convenience, and have well trained personnel to properly pack and secure your household goods.
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Surprise, AZ TidbitsIn 1938, a woman whose name was Flora May Statler founded the community of Surprise, Arizona and it was named Surprise since she reported that it would be surprised if the community ever became anything. The officials in Surprise had formerly believed that the community had been founded by a real estate developer and state legislator, whose name was Homer Ludden, who was married to Ms. Statler. However, some information was provided from property records, which indicated that Ms. Statler was the owner of the land long prior to her even knowing Mr. Ludden.
During the years since 1960 when Surprise was incorporated as a city, the community has experienced some incredible growth, although when it was subdivided in order to build inexpensive housing for some agricultural workers, there were a gas station and only a few houses within the one square mile parcel of land.
Between the 1990’s and the early 2000’s many thousands of retirees relocated to the community to live in a resort like community with age restrictions named Sun City Grand, with homes constructed by Del Webb, which is a property company. Surprise is located next to Sun City West and approximately five miles northwest of the original Sun City that was developed by the Del Webb property development company.
One of the largest contributors to the population of Surprise has been the Sun City Grand. The population has increased significantly to approximately 75,000 people in 2004 from 10,187 people when established. The population continued to increase dramatically and as of 2012 was an amazing 121,287 people. There are 32 of the top 50 homebuilders in the state who only build homes for new homebuyers, and are attracted by the property taxes, which the community claims to be the lowest in the state, its relative proximity to Phoenix, and the modestly priced homes in the community.
Although it might be relatively small and a somewhat new community, there are still plenty of things to do and see in and around Surprise, Arizona. Just about everybody in this once sleepy square mile of farming community was surprised when it successfully managed to court two teams such as the Texas Rangers and the Kansas City Royals their training camps in sunny Florida. Surprise is well on its way to becoming the West Valley playground with a minimum square mile of development downtown, of which the centerpieces are the 57 acre passive park. Other attractions include a recreation center, an aquatic center, a regional library, and the Cactus League Spring Training stadium and facility.
Surprise offers visiting tourists some affordable and cool fun in the summertime with the 10,562 square foot Aquatics Center, which makes swimming even more enjoyable. This center offers concessions, a vortex whirlpool, two water slides, an eight lane competitive swimming pool, a diving well with two one meter diving boards, a classroom, and a 4,700 square foot water play area that has zero depth entry. However, visiting tourists don't need a huge aquatic center to make their children happy. They can have all the summer fun they want at one of the cool splash pads in Surprise.
Located on the westernmost edge of Surprise visiting tourists can bike or hike to a rare desert waterfall at the White Tank Regional Park. Waterfall Trail is suitable for the whole family and is a very easy and popular hike. Visiting tourists might also want to play the greens at one or all eight of the championship golf courses in Surprise. Greg Nash designed the Cimarron at Sun City Grand.
At the Surprise Racquet and Tennis Complex, visiting tourists can enjoy playing some table tennis, racquetball, and tennis. They offer both drop in tennis as well as have league play. Sometimes, visiting tourists might also catch an exhibition of professional tennis being played here. Visiting tourists and their families might also enjoy the Uptown Bowling Alley, which is a one stop shop for family entertainment. This facility offers night life opportunities for the adult visiting tourists as well as games, laser tag, and bowling.
Visiting tourists and their families might want to enjoy the day at Maricopa County's 20,000 square foot, $5 million northwest regional library. This library offers visiting tourists and their families numerous public access computers with flat screens, a gift shop, separate children, teen and adult areas as well as reading rooms in the greenhouse that overlook the five acre lake. They might also want to enjoy the Surprise Cactus League Baseball. There are games by the Texas Rangers as well as the Kansas City Royals in their multiuse, 10,560 seat, and $48 million stadium. March is the month for the spring training baseball games.
There is even more baseball action during the fall when the Surprise Saguaros use the Surprise Stadium to play an exhibition Fall League Baseball game. Then during the holidays there is always fanfare and fireworks on the Fourth of July and sufficient plenty of snow in spite of the temperature at the annual Surprise Party in December.