For a smallish town on the Neponset River, Norwood, Massachusetts, sure has a sense of grandeur. If you don’t believe it, just take a look at the town’s municipal building, which resembles a scaled-down version of Westminster Abbey. Despite its appearance, the building was never used as a church, and on the stained glass windows are not Jesus or His disciples but Aaron Guild, a Norwood resident who reportedly left his livestock and plow in the field to fight the British at Lexington, where several other Norwood residents also fought. The municipal building’s main tower holds a 57-bell carillon, one of the largest in the U.S., and was made of solid granite in 1928. If you are moving to Norwood, you need a Norwood moving company that is just as solid and steady. It could be difficult to determine which company stands out from other Norwood movers through a simple "movers Norwood MA" Web search. You probably need to dig around a little more to find out which of the Norwood movers has dozens of local satisfied clients. When you do, you will find that DN Van Lines has pleased its customers for more than a decade in the Boston area, the sole Norwood moving company to grow so rapidly that it has expanded to Florida. The Better Business Bureau thinks so highly of the company that it has given it an A+ rating, and Angie’s List for Super Service includes it every year. Part of that popularity might be due to the fact that DN Van Lines can accommodate any Norwood storage needs that families might have as well, with a huge, safe facility near Boston ready to guard any extra belongings that won’t fit into a new residence. That asset makes a "storage Norwood MA" Web search unnecessary and can save time in finding a reliable Norwood storage company. To take care of all of the details regarding your move to Norwood, log on to www.dnvanlines.com or call 1-800-51-MOVER. You will be so happy with DN Van Lines’ service that you’ll want to ring every one of the 57 bells in the Norwood municipal building.