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Chelmsford, Massachusetts Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Chelmsford Moving Companies
When you need movers, there are many moving companies to choose from in Chelmsford, but North American Van Lines delivers value, reliability and a reputation for excellence backed by 80 years of helping people move. Our punctual and efficient agents will help relieve the stress and hassle of your move with our cutting-edge technology, high-quality equipment and strict adherence to safety regulations. You can trust North American Van Lines as a moving company that will make a difference in easing your relocation to Chelmsford. Call us today for a free rate quote!
What a Move to Chelmsford Has to Offer
Chelmsford is a town of roughly 34,000 residents in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, located on the Merrimack and Concord Rivers. The town is named after the town of Chelmsford, England and was incorporated in 1655. Moses Parker was a famous soldier from Chelmsford who fought in the Battle of Bunker Hill in the Revolutionary War. Today, Lieutenant Colonel Moses Parker Middle School in the town is named in his honor.
Originally, sections of nearby towns Westford, Carlisle, Tyngsborough and Lowell were part of Chelmsford. Today, the town's Center Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and it includes the Fiske House, a wood and brick house built by merchant Simeon Spalding Jr. in 1798.
Other listed historic sites in Chelmsford include the Hildreth-Robbins House, also known as Red Wing Farm; a historic house owned by resident Sarah Hildreth and built in 1742; sections of the Middlesex Canal, an artificial waterway developed to transport freight between the Merrimack River and Boston; the Old Chelmsford Garrison House, which is the oldest extant house in Chelmsford, dating back to at least the early 1700s; and the Oliver Hutchins House, built in the 1820s. The Chelmsford Historical Society runs a museum from its headquarters at the Barrett-Byam Homestead that documents these sites and others.
In 1901, the Chelmsford Spring Company opened, and it later became the Chelmsford Ginger Ale Company. In 1928, it was acquired by Canada Dry, and its bottling plant for Chelmsford Ginger Ale stood on Route 110 until 1994. Today, Polar Beverages continues to make this variety of ginger ale in neighboring Tewksbury.
In 2011, Money magazine named Chelmsford the 28th best place to live in America.
The North American Van Lines Difference
Other moving companies move your belongings, but North American Van Lines connects you with helpful and personable agents who find the movers with the right services for you. In Chelmsford, we're the moving company with a difference. We can help you with your move whether it's big or small. Let us provide:
- Boxes and packing materials
- Transportation for recreational vehicles
Don't just use any moving company; trust North American Van Lines to connect you with reliable movers in Chelmsford. Call us today for a free quote!