They don’t make deals like they used to. If you had moved to Granville, Massachusetts, in 1754, you could have gotten a 100-acre lot for free if you built a house and planted four acres of English hay.Today, the land costs a bit more, but Granville remains an attractive town, with several historic districts preserving its historic structures, including the Old Meeting House and West Granville Church, among others. You can still visit an old-fashioned country store in town, too, famous for its cheese in the center of the old village.If you are moving to this town of former free land, you will want a Granville moving company that can move you efficiently for as close to free as possible.After you do a “movers Granville MA” Web search, you will see a page of Granville movers, but no way to discern which is the best Granville moving company. To discover that, take a look at what past customers have said and how business organizations rate the different Granville movers.As you do that, you will find one Granville moving company that stands out from the rest: DN Van Lines. Since its founding in the Boston area more than a decade ago, DN Van Lines has built a long list of happy customers in Massachusetts and snagged an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, too.DN Van Lines can help with Granville storage as well, by preserving a spot for you in its large and secure storage facility. That way, if you end up with more things than space to put them in, you won’t need to do a “storage Granville MA” Web search or make a dozen phone calls to Granville storage facilities.For more information on this historically excellent Granville moving company, call 1-800-51-MOVER or go to www.dnvanlines.com to read and hear what customers say about the best Granville mover for the price.