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North American Van Lines: The Best of Stoughton Moving Companies

Moving can be stressful, but don't let movers be part of the problem. In Stoughton, North American Van Lines is a top moving company solution. Other moving companies make promises, but North American Van Lines delivers with plenty of experience and dedicated agents who will work with you to provide high-quality equipment, leading-edge technology and strict adherence to safety regulations for a hassle-free move that reduces your stress. We hire only the most punctual and efficient movers in Stoughton.

Call North American Van Lines today and learn why we should be the ones to help you with your move.

What a Move to Stoughton Has to Offer

Stoughton is a town of about 27,000 residents in Norfolk County, about 16 miles from Boston. Officially incorporated in 1726, the town at that time included what are today the towns of Sharon, Canton and Avon. The town is named after William Stoughton, who was the first chief justice of the Massachusetts colonial courts and the notorious chief justice of the Salem Witch Trials, as well as being a lieutenant governor of Massachusetts and the acting governor for six years, from 1694 to 1699.

Originally, Stoughton was an agricultural community, but as time went on it became a center for shoemaking. More than 50 houses built prior to 1824 still stand in Stoughton. The Stoughton Historical Society at Park Street documents most of these and is itself listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Stoughton is the home of the oldest choral society in the United States, the Old Stoughton Musical Society, founded in 1786. The Society performed at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 to crowds of thousands of people and still performs today.

Stoughton's train station is the only one in Massachusetts to feature a clock tower. It was built in 1888 from stones quarried in the town and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1988, more than a million dollars was spent to restore the station, and it is projected that a second track of service will be added by 2024.

Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science, and anarchist Nicola Sacco, of the famous Sacco and Vanzetti trial, both lived in Stoughton at one time.

The North American Van Lines Difference

Many moving companies in Stoughton are limited in what they can provide or what types of moves they can handle. North American Van Lines is a moving company with a difference. Our high-quality equipment and strict adherence to safety regulations mean your possessions are in good hands. You can breathe easier knowing they're being handled by a moving company with 80 years of experience and a national reputation for excellence. In Stoughton, we provide:

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

Call North American Van Lines today and get a free rate quote.

Reviews from massachusetts Customers

  • The local agent was great. I feel that the driver and crew should have had more people to pack and unpack.

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