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North American Van Lines: The Best of Enfield Moving Companies

Among the moving companies in Enfield, there's one that can back up its promises with a great name and more than 80 years of experience: North American Van Lines. Let our knowledgeable and dedicated agents, high quality-assurance standards and adherence to stringent safety codes give you the peace of mind that goes with knowing your possessions are safe as you relocate. Our moving company in Enfield hires trained, efficient movers to carry out your move. Give us a call today for a free price quote.

What a Move to Enfield Has to Offer

Enfield is a town of roughly 45,000 residents on the northern border of Hartford County, Connecticut, adjacent to Massachusetts. It was formed by the merger of three smaller towns: the former Enfield, Thompsonville and Hazardville, the latter named after Colonel Augustus George Hazard, who founded a gunpowder company that operated in the Powder Hollow area of town. The name also may have been appropriate because more than 60 men died from explosive accidents during the company's history.

The other famous historical industry of Enfield was carpeting, and businessman Orrin Thompson set up his firm, Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co., in the district that is named after him, Thompsonville.

Enfield was the site of several important religious meetings in the 18th and 19th centuries. Minister Jonathan Edwards preached his famous sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" in Enfield, and this was an important event in the Great Awakening of American revivalists. Later, in 1872 and 1873, Adventist Christians held key meetings on King's Island in the Connecticut River, which partially lies within Enfield.

The current neighborhoods of Enfield are Hazardville, Thompsonville, Southwood Acres, Shaker Pines, Sherwood Manor, Crescent Lake, North Thompsonville, Enfield Historical District, Scitico and the Presidential Section. Many 18th- and 19th-century homes lie within the Enfield Historical District, which runs along King Street/Enfield Street. This district is listed in the National Register of Historic Districts.

Enfield is the location of the U.S. headquarters of children's toymaker Lego, the world's largest toymaker by market value. It is the third-largest employer in the town after Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance and Hallmark Cards. Other notable companies in Enfield include 3M, Brooks Brothers, Martin-Brower, Eppendorf and Specialized Technology Resources.

The North American Van Lines Difference

When you need a moving company in the Enfield area, look no further than North American Van Lines. Our dedicated agents and the efficient Enfield movers they hire mean we're a name you can trust. Our cutting-edge technology and economical pricing mean you don't have to look at any other moving company — we do it all.

North American Van Lines can provide:

  • Boxes and packing materials
  • Transportation
  • Transport for cars and boats
  • Storage
  • Packing

Give us a call today to schedule your move, and we'll give you a free price quote.

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