Box Ox Moving is family owned and operated. We have been offering exceptional service to our customers in Del Valle since 2003. We specialize in local & long distance moving, storage, packing and office moving. We also offer commercial and residential storage.
We provide in-home moving estimates to ensure you are provided with an accurate moving estimate. Box Ox Moving will visit your home to survey your belongings. You can feel confident that the actual price for your move will be close to your estimate. We also offer professional packing services and can supply you with everything you need for your move, from boxes to bubble wrap.
Our full-time employees work exclusively for Box Ox. We do not use sub-contractors or day laborers. Our experienced staff is comprised of nearly 20 employees, many of whom have worked for us for more than a decade.
Our mission is to make your Del Valle move as stress-free as possible while maintaining the high quality of service that we have been known to offer for over 24 years.
In 1812 Santiago Del Valle settled in the hills of Central Texas in a piece of land given to him by the Spanish Government as a land grant. The community of Del Valle, established in the mid-1870s, was named after the land grant. In 1878 a post office opened. By the mid-1880s Del Valle, with 50 residents, also had three churches, two cotton gins, one general store, one steam gristmill, and one school. The primary crops shipped by farmers in the Del Valle area were cotton and grain. By 1900 Del Valle had 75 residents. About 150 people lived in Del Valle in 1927. The Great Depression hampered the community, which had 25 residents in the early 1930s. In 1942 the Del Valle Army Air Base opened (later renamed Bergstrom Air Force Base), leading to an increase in the area population. In the mid-1940s Del Valle had 125 residents. In the mid-1950s Del Valle had 200 residents. By the mid-1880s Del Valle had a school. In 1907 the area common school district had two schools. Throughout much of its history Del Valle was served by the Colorado Common School District Number 36 and the Hornsby-Dunlap Common School District. In April 1963 the school district was renamed Del Valle Independent #910. From the early 1970s to the early 1990s, Del Valle's population estimates hovered around 300. The military base was closed in 1993, to be re-opened as Austin–Bergstrom International Airport in 1999 which brought growth to Del Valle and Southeast Austin.
Del Valle, Texas. "Knocking down obstacles to get you Moved"
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