Like many towns in central Massachusetts, Southborough lost a lot of its land when dams were constructed and reservoirs created to supply the city of Boston with water. Some of those towns have recovered nicely, others not so much.
Southborough is squarely in the first category, as it has re-made itself from a mill town to a high-tech burg. The town even has daily commuter trains into Boston for workers who have made Southborough a growing exurb of the big city. Proof of the town’s recovery is its placement on the CNN Money’s “100 Best Places to Live” in 2009, ranking 31st in the nation.
The town has also been a haven for several notable Boston Red Sox players, from Marty Barrett to Rico Petrocelli to Luis Tiant, all outstanding athletes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s. The town’s primary cultural event is Heritage Day, celebrated on Columbus Day with a parade and lots of booths and food. The previous Sunday features a run/walk and pumpkin-carving contest as part of the festivities.
If you are moving to this Red Sox retreat, you are going to need the best Southborough movers to slide safely into your new home. After a “movers Southborough MA” Web search gets you started, you need to dig deeper and find the #1 Southborough moving company.
Among Southborough local movers, only one has consistently high customer ratings, professional recognition and healthy growth over the past decade: DN Van Lines. At www.dnvanlines.com you can see what customers have to say, and also note the American Moving and Storage Association’s ProMover designation and the company’s recent expansion into Florida, unique traits among Southborough movers.
If you find that you have Southborough storage needs after your move, don’t worry a bit. DN Van Lines can handle your excess in its huge facility near Boston, saving you money and the time needed for a “storage Southborough MA” Web search.
For a free quote and more information, log onto the website or call 1-800-51-MOVER to start your move to revived and thriving Southborough.