Moving To or From Chatham MA?
In the 18th Century, Chatham, Massachusetts, bustled with sailors, fishermen and the brave men who hunted whales. On the “elbow” of Cape Cod, Chatham grew rapidly as men mined the sea for its treasures. Today, the town draws tourists and those who seek a summer home on the water away from urban sprawl. The buildings from three centuries ago remain, lending a charm to the burg that is hard to match, especially on the well-preserved Main Street. You can also visit the Chatham Lighthouse, built by the order of President Thomas Jefferson in 1808 to help guide ships circling Cape Cod.
If you are moving to this historical ocean town, you will need a Chatham moving company to guide you to safe harbor. As you peruse Chatham movers, try to find one that wins the coveted (fewer than 5 of businesses cited) Angie’s List Super Service Award. If you can find a Chatham moving company that has won it four years in a row, better yet.
After your “movers Chatham MA” Web search yields pages of Chatham movers, zero in on those that have an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and no negative reviews on the BBB website.
As you check out movers Chatham, look for one of the Chatham movers that customers hail as “friendly”, “professional” and “hard-working.” Just one of the Chatham moving companies meets all of the above criteria: DN Van Lines. Founded just more than a decade ago in suburban Boston, DN Van Lines has grown rapidly, even opening a second office in Florida.
If you have Chatham storage issues, don’t worry. DN Van Lines can solve any problems that you might have, through its large, temperature-controlled warehouse in suburban Boston. You can book Chatham storage at low rates, with discounts for those who move with DN Van Lines.
To cross off all of the other Chatham moving companies from your list, just call 1-800-51-MOVER for a free quote and more information. Let a verified ProMover, as designated by the American Moving and Storage Association; get you to the exclusive and tranquil town of Chatham.