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North American Van Lines: The Best of Plainfield Moving Companies

Are you having a hard time finding a moving company in Plainfield that can handle all your needs? For over 80 years, we've been helping people move coast-to-coast and have acquired a nationwide reputation for excellence. When you come to us for assistance, our dedicated and efficient agents hire movers in Plainfield who are dependable and will treat your belongings with respect. Experience the North American Van Lines difference today. Call us and get a free rate quote!

What a Move to Plainfield Has to Offer

Plainfield is a village of roughly 40,000 residents in Will County, Illinois, which incorporates sections of the Wheatland and Plainfield townships. The population has grown substantially in the last 25 years as the Chicago suburbs have expanded and former farmland has been subdivided for development. It is home to the Lake Renwick Preserve, a forest preserve for bird conservation, birdwatching, biking, and fishing.

Originally Indian land, it was acquired by the U.S. in the Treaty of St. Louis. A settler named James Walker erected a sawmill, and the area soon became known as Walker's Grove. Other early settlers were Chester Ingersoll and James Mathers. Mathers constructed a grist mill and mill race west of Water Street. Water Street later became what is known as Plainfield-Naperville Road today. The route from Plainfield to Chicago was used to haul lumber and other materials there, including mail, and for this reason, Plainfield is sometimes known as "The Mother of Chicago." Abolitionists in Plainfield established it as a stop on the Underground Railroad.

There are many historic structures in Plainfield, including a one-room schoolhouse that may be Illinois' oldest. Buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places include Flanders House, the house belonging to one of the largest early landholders; Plainfield House, an early tavern, inn, and meeting hall; and a 1928 Standard Oil gas station built in a Spanish style.

At one point, U.S Route 66 and Lincoln Highway, the two longest paved highways in the world, crossed each other in Plainfield. Today the village is served by these roads: Interstate 55, U.S. Route 30 and Illinois Routes 59 and 126. PACE buses run regular weekday rush hour service to downtown Chicago.

The North American Van Lines Difference

In Plainfield, other moving companies may promise a lot, but North American Van Lines delivers with economical pricing, high quality equipment, and strict adherence to safety standards. Among movers, we're a name you can trust. That's the North American Van Lines difference.

Among our various moving company services, we provide:

  • Transportation for your belongings, including cars and boats
  • Temporary storage
  • Disassembly and reassembly services
  • Boxes and packing materials

We're more than a moving company. We're North American Van Lines. Call us and schedule your move to Plainfield today!

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