Bordered by the Merrimack River to the north and the Concord River to the east, Chelmsford, Massachusetts, weathered explosive growth in the 1970s to earn mention from Money magazine as one of the top 25 places to live in the U.S. a few years ago. The city has a lovely historic district, and like most New England towns, reeks of history, especially during the era of the American Revolution. The Chelmsford militia fought at Lexington, Concord and Bunker Hill, leading to the town motto of "Let the children guard what the sires have won."
If you want to give your children a bright future, Chelmsford is indeed a great place to live. To get off to the best start possible in your new home, you’re going to need the top Chelmsford moving company, the one that stands out from other Chelmsford movers because of its outstanding service and high customer satisfaction ratings. A simple "movers Chelmsford MA" Web search will give you many options, but only one Chelmsford moving company has earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and yearly mention on the Angie’s List for Super Service. There’s only one moving company among the many Chelmsford movers that has grown so quickly that it has expanded into Florida and beyond.
The mover in question, DN Van Lines, is also equipped to accommodate any Chelmsford storage needs that you might encounter. Rather than spend more time searching "storage Chelmsford MA," just connect to www.dnvanlines.com or call 1-800-51-MOVER to make your plan for moving and meeting any Chelmsford storage needs that could arise.
Another little known fact about Chelmsford is that much of the background design for "The Simpsons" television show is based on the town’s schools and businesses. Hopefully, your family is much less dysfunctional than the Simpsons, and the county school board promises that it will have a more modern approach to learning than Bart and Lisa ever experienced.