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North American Van Lines: The Best of Wilton Moving Companies

If you are planning a move in Wilton, Connecticut, you should take advantage of the high-quality services that the seven North American Van Lines agents in the area have to offer. Our agents have experience with orchestrating moves of all sizes and distances. We can connect you with reliable movers to pack up each room of your home and arrange for your car or boat to be transported to your new home. If you need supplies, we can provide you with everything that you’ll need before moving day to make things as easy as possible. North American Van Lines representatives can help you and your family move within the same city as well as internationally while keeping your belongings safe. We can also arrange for your furniture to be disassembled and then reassembled at your new location in Wilton.

North American Van Lines agents are all BBB accredited, licensed and bonded. We'll work diligently to meet your needs, and we can offer you a direct quote in minutes. You won't have to worry about hidden fees along the way with our predictable services that are among the most competitive in the industry. Contact us today to speak with an agent about your budget and time frame.

Have you been shopping for a moving company that will care as much as you do about your possessions as you move to Wilton? North American Van Lines is known among moving companies for its national reputation for excellence and strict adherence to safety standards, making us the right choice to line up movers to facilitate your relocation to Wilton. A lot of companies in the industry don't offer all the services that North American Van Lines can offer. Our dedicated agents can schedule your move quickly and hire efficient movers. Call us today, and we'll give you a free quote!

What a Move to Wilton Has to Offer

Wilton is a town of roughly 18,000 residents in the southeastern corner of Connecticut, in beautiful Fairfield County, part of an area known as the Norwalk River Valley. Prior to 1802 Wilton was a part of Norwalk, and in the Revolutionary War the British encamped here after their raid on nearby Danbury. Their forces burned a few homes, but the town was left mostly unharmed. Due to strong local anti-slavery convictions, the town later became a regular stop on the Underground Railroad.

Today, Wilton enjoys a reputation as a well-cared-for and successful community for many commuters to New York City, a sizable portion of whom work in the financial services sector. More than 500 extant 18th- and 19th-century homes have been restored, and most command high prices on the real estate market. Many of them can be seen on scenic Ridgefield Road. At the same time, the town has taken action to preserve natural lands, spending $23 million between 1999 and 2005 on associated municipal bond offerings.

There is a reservoir owned by the Norwalk power company on the western side of town, with 350 acres of adjacent land where deer hunting is allowed, but only with bows and arrows, rather than firearms. Norwalk River Valley Trail, a multi-use trail that will eventually link Norwalk and Danbury, has recently been expanded in Wilton.

Wilton was rated one of the top 25 towns in which to live in America by CNN. The town's neighborhoods include Georgetown, Cannondale, Wilton Center, Gilbert Corners, Silvermine, South Wilton and North Wilton. Wilton is the headquarters of Cannondale Bicycle Corp., toymaker Melissa & Doug and pet food manufacturer The Blue Buffalo Co.

The North American Van Lines Difference

North American Van Lines offers you affordable prices and modern, cutting-edge technology backed by 85 years of experience in the moving industry. For your move to Wilton, no other moving company can match North American Van Lines. Let us take care of

  • Storage
  • Providing boxes and packing materials
  • Packing
  • Transport for cars and boats
  • Transportation
  • And more!

Call us today and get a free quote!