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Moving To or From Lancaster MA?
The oldest town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, Lancaster treasures its rich past while doing all that it can to improve the present and the future. Like many New England towns, evidence of the local history are everywhere—a church designed by Charles Bulfinch on the Town Green, houses from centuries ago, farms with stone walls erected when plows were still used.
Today, Lancaster is home to Atlantic Union College, has recently inaugurated a community center that offers everything from belly dancing to bingo, and has been designated a Green Community by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. The town also has the largest indoor/outdoor flea market in New England: the Lancaster Marketplace.
If you are moving to this town full of apple orchards, ponds and parks, you are going to need the best Lancaster movers to handle the job. A “movers Lancaster MA” Web search will give you a listing of Lancaster local movers, but you will need to do more to find the #1 Lancaster moving company. It’s wise to look for a company that has glowing customer referrals and sterling ratings from the industry.
As you compare Lancaster movers, one will stand out very quickly: DN Van Lines. Customers gush about its service and professionalism (see www.dnvanlines.com for details) and the Better Business Bureau and American Moving and Storage Association have given it their highest ratings.
If, during the move, you discover that you have more things than space—don’t worry. DN Van Lines can handle that, too, thanks to its huge, secure facility near Boston. That eliminates the need for a “storage Lancaster MA” Web search or calls to Lancaster storage facilities.
For information and a free quote, log onto the website or call 1-800-51-MOVER to plan your move to an old, but progressive, Worcester County town: scenic Lancaster, incorporated in 1653.