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Lowell, Massachusetts Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Lowell Moving Companies
In the area around Lowell, Massachusetts, we have six North American Van Lines moving agents who are ready to facilitate relocations. Our local agents, who are all rated at least 4.8 out of 5 stars, can handle moves for commercial and residential customers in Belvidere, Highlands, Ayres City, and other surrounding areas. If you are planning a move to Branch Street or even New Jersey, we can help you get packed up and moved in on time. Are you planning to head out of the country? Our North American Van Lines moving agents can help with long-distance relocations too.
Our moving agents offer wardrobe boxes, furniture pads, and a variety of other packing materials for do-it-yourselfers. When you need help with packing, our agents will find movers who can do it safely and efficiently. We can even find storage solutions for any items that won't make the move. If you’re planning to relocate to or from Lowell, Massachusetts, call North American Van Lines to get a free quote.
Located about 30 miles northwest of Boston, Lowell is one of the most beautiful places to relocate to in Massachusetts. It is home to several breathtaking green spaces, enjoys a lovely riverside location, is known as a college town thanks to its branch of the University of Massachusetts and boasts a unique and storied history.
According to City-Data statistics, Lowell has a diverse population that welcomes in people from all walks of life. A collection of 2012 U.S. Census data revealed that the city is home to just over 108,000 residents, so the city is large enough to enjoy some hustle and bustle, but not so big that you feel overwhelmed by crowds.
The cost of living index is more expensive than the national average in Lowell, as is typical for Boston and the surrounding areas.
Activities and Attractions in Lowell
Lowell is home to one of the pioneering relics from the Industrial Revolution. The Boott Cotton Mills in the city, which are now part of the National Park Service, are called a "cathedral of industry." This was one of the first factories of its kind in the U.S., as it was built in the 1830s and used water power to to make textiles. Historians believe that Lowell's ingenuity at the time with these mills laid the groundwork for America's shift from an agrarian-based society to a country filled with industrial cities.
If you love the great outdoors, then Lowell is the perfect spot for you. The most popular place to get some fresh air in town is the Bruce Freeman Trail, a path that follows the old 25-mile routes of the New Haven Railroad Framington & Lowell line. It's a newer addition to the park service in the area, but joggers, cross-country skiers and cyclists have welcomed it with open arms.
Moving to Lowell
The great location of the city makes relocating a breeze for Lowell moving companies. With Interstate 495 - also known as the Blue Star Memorial Highway - and U.S. Highway 3 running straight through town, getting around by car is never too difficult. However, if you and your North American Van Lines agent decide to include vehicle transportation for your move, the closest airports to Lowell are Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and Boston Logan International Airport. You can make your relocation even less stressful with northAmerican’s great services including clean-up, full-service packing and self-pack material sales.