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"Rob & Brendan were great at working this move, very accommodating. Never took a break." - Bruce W. on 4/30/15
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About Our Company

Casey Movers has been moving customers into and out of the Boston, MA - Dorchester area since 1993. We provide full service moving with the complimentary breakdown of furniture. We pad wrap furniture with heavy duty mover blankets, and can move anything and everything: from grand pianos, to grandfather clocks, to pool tables, to heavy dressers, etc. We are licensed + insured with the DOT and the MADPU. As of November 5th, 2014, we own 2 straight trucks, 4 tractors, and more than two dozen trailers.

Casey Movers employs a full time crew of awesome Class A drivers, helpers and movers.

Dorchester, Boston MA

Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over six square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated in 1630 from Dorchester, England. This dissolved municipality, Boston's largest neighborhood by far, is often divided by city planners in order to create two planning areas roughly equivalent in size and population to other Boston neighborhoods. It is named after the town of Dorchester in the English county of Dorset, from which Puritans emigrated on the ship Mary and John, among others and is today sometimes nicknamed "Dot" by its residents. Dorchester, now covering a geographic area approximately equivalent to the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, was founded in 1630 just a few months before the founding of the city of Boston. It was still a primarily rural town and had a population of 12,000 when it was annexed to Boston in 1870. Railroad and streetcar lines brought rapid growth, increasing the population to 150,000 by 1920. In the 2010 Census the population was 92,115, although the city's previously mentioned artificial planning boundaries make the neighborhood's population size difficult to assess - it is likely closer to 120,000. Dorchester as a separate municipality would rank among the top five Massachusetts cities. It has a very diverse mix of Eastern Europeans, African Americans, European Americans, Irish American immigration, Caribbean Americans, Latinos, and East and Southeast Asian Americans. Recently, there has been an influx of young professionals, gay people, and working artists to the neighborhood, adding to its diversity.

Dorchester is Boston's largest and most populous neighborhood and comprises many smaller sections and squares. Due to its size of about six square miles, it is often divided for statistical purposes in North and South Dorchester. North Dorchester includes the portion north of Quincy Street, East Street and Freeport Street. The main business district in this part of Dorchester is Uphams Corner, at the intersection of Dudley Street and Columbia Road. South Dorchester is bordered to the east by Dorchester Bay and to the south by the Neponset River. The main business districts in this part of Dorchester are Fields Corner, at the intersection of Dorchester Avenue and Adams Street, and Codman Square, at the intersection of Washington Street and Talbot Avenue.

Dorchester Avenue is the major neighborhood spine, running in a south-north line through all of Dorchester from Lower Mills to downtown Boston. The southern part of Dorchester is primarily a residential area, with established neighborhoods still defined by parishes, and occupied by families for generations. The northern part of Dorchester is more urban, with a greater amount of apartment housing and industrial parks. South Bay Center and Newmarket industrial area are major sources of employment and the Harbor Point area (formerly known as Columbia Point) is home of several large employers, including the Boston campus of the University of Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Archives, and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. Distinct commercial districts include Bowdoin/Geneva, Fields Corner, Codman Square, Peabody Square, Adams Village and Lower Mills. Primarily residential areas include Savin Hill, Jones Hill, Four Corners, Franklin Field, Franklin Hill, Ashmont, Meeting House Hill, Neponset, Popes Hill and Port Norfolk.


Dorchester Boston Moving Services

We offer complimentary breakdown of furniture, using heavy mover pads to protect your furniture. We can do it all, or just the big stuff! We protect your floors from dirt or scratching. We serve single family homes, but also apartment communities.

Casey Movers Moving Reviews

It is no secret that people are 10 times more likely to write an online review following a negative experience than a positive one. Casey Movers has literally hundreds of hand-written customer references and reviews. Call our office at 800-482-8828 or visit our reviews page for real references!

Storage in Dorchester, Boston MA

Need storage, for the long- or short-term? We can offload your belongings into our warehouse storage facility or store everything in a trailer and lock it up in our secure trailer yard.

Packing Services

Prefer not to pack yourself? No problem! We can pack few or as many of your valuables as needed.

Request Estimate from Casey Movers

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