If you like being in the center of it all, then Rutland, Massachusetts, is where you want to live in The Bay State. The town is the geographic center of the state, and Central Tree on Central Road will show you the approximate center of the state.
The town has a lively local culture and offers several opportunities for you to be in the center of the action, from its four-day Fourth of July celebration, complete with concerts, a barbecue, a parade with floats, special guests and a great fireworks show, to the Central Tree Chowder Challenge in August, which the fire brigade hosts to discover which local restaurant has the best chowder and kids can take pony rides, get their faces painted and see exotic animals.
If you are moving to this central location, you will need the best Rutland movers, a company that has been in the center of all the moving action across the state. A “movers Rutland MA” Web search will give you a list of Rutland local movers, but you need more than that to determine which Rutland moving company is #1.
A good place to start is the Internet, where you can read customer reviews and check ratings from professional organizations. Among the Rutland movers that are available, only one draws raves, top ratings and increasing numbers of customers that have led to a recent expansion into Florida: DN Van Lines. At www.dnvanlines.com, you can see and hear what customers have to say, and you will note the American Moving and Storage Association’s designation of DN Van Lines as a ProMover, a recognition based on ethics and service. You can also see the company’s healthy growth that has taken it down into Florida, far from its Boston-area roots.
If you discover Rutland storage needs after your move, don’t panic. DN Van Lines will absorb your overflow in its large and secure facility near Boston at a great price. You won’t need to do a “storage Rutland MA” Web search or call anyone else for help.
For a free quote and more information, log onto the website or call 1-800-51-MOVER to start your move to the center of it all in Massachusetts: Rutland.