Pembroke, MA Movers
Casey Movers - Moving Company for Pembroke, MA
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ABOUT CASEY MOVERS
HIRE MOVERS AND TRUCK
|Full time moving staff works year round local to Pembroke, MA|
|Small privately owned business; support your local economy|
|Single family homes, condos, apartments and businesses|
|Local and Long Distance Moving so you can move anywhere with us|
|We provide the movers, the truck, moving blankets, dollys, tape, etc. so you don't have to worry about supplies|
|Free over-the-phone & in-home estimates to plan your budget|
|Overnight truck holds to work around your closing times|
|Long term warehouse storage while you wait for your new construction to complete|
|Moving Trucks and Tractor Trailers Available for any size job|
|Hourly service pay only for the services you need|
|20 free book boxes with every move to help you get started with packing|
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About Our Company
Casey Movers has been providing moving and storage services to the Pembroke, MA area for over 20 years. We are licensed and insured with the DOT and the MADPU. As of November 5th 2014, we own four tractors, two straight trucks and over two dozen trailers!
We employ an experienced full-time crew made up of Class-A drivers, movers and helpers
. Our guys are amazing!
Pembroke is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 17,837 at the 2010 census.
The southwestern section of Pembroke is also known as Bryantville. For geographic and demographic information on the village of North Pembroke, please see the article North Pembroke, Massachusetts.
The earliest European settlers were Robert Barker and Dolor Davis, who settled in the vicinity of Herring Brook in 1650. Up until that time, the Wampanoag and the Massachusett were the only residents, fishing and farming along the rivers; they called the area Mattakeesett, which means "place of much fish", because of the annual springtime run of herring in the local rivers. The land was part of the Major's Purchase, a large tract of lands bought from Josias Wampatuck of the Massachusetts by a group of English investors. The area was once a part of Duxbury, before incorporating as a separate town in 1712, and was ultimately named for the town of Pembroke, Wales, the name of Brookfield being rejected because it was already in use by the town in Worcester County that still bears this name.
Most notable of the town's resources are its water resources, which include the North River and Indian Head River; its ponds, Oldham, Furnace, Great Sandy Bottom, Little Sandy Bottom, and Stetson Ponds; and Silver Lake. The town's ponds, streams and marshes are the home of herring that were prized so much that in 1741, the town began regulating the taking and preservation of the fish. The herring are celebrated each year at the town's annual "Grande Old Fish Fry".
A Massachusetts Historical Commission reconnaissance survey report dated June 1981 indicated that in the early 20th century the popularity of the cranberry spurred the construction of numerous bogs. By 1924 there were 17 cranberry growers in the Pembroke directory, with 14 producers listed as having Bryantville addresses. In the same year there were 14 poultry farmers listed, indicating that by that time poultry raising was well established in town. The E. H. Clapp rubber works, initiated on the Hanover side of the Indian Head River in 1871, expanded in 1873 to the Pembroke side of the river.
In the late 19th century and early 20th century, the ponds became an attraction for summer vacationers seeking relief from the heat in the cities. The Pembroke and Plymouth Railway Co. initiated trolley service from Pembroke and facilitated the development of Mayflower Grove in Bryantville as a popular summer recreation venue. The attractiveness of the ponds for summer recreation led to the development of numerous, dense cottage colonies built along their shores. The ponds are currently used for recreation, municipal water supplies and irrigation for cranberry bogs.
The town remained relatively stable in population from the end of the Civil War until the 1960s, when suburban migration from Boston and environs saw the town more than triple in population. Today, Pembroke is mostly a suburban community, with the majority of residents working in the Greater Boston area. In recent years Pembroke has developed into a fairly affluent and desirable community, with new home developments geared towards upmarket buyers.
As of 2009, Pembroke was a contender for CNN Money's "Best Places to Live", according to financial, education and quality of life statistics.
Pembroke Moving Services
Casey Movers has been moving customers into and out of the Pembroke, MA area since 1993. We offer full service moving and complimentary breakdown of furniture. We wrap furniture in blankets and plastic, and move almost anything: from pool tables, to grand pianos, to grandfather clocks, to dressers, and more. We move residents of both single family homes and of Pembroke apartment communities.
Storage Near Pembroke, MA
In need of climate-controlled storage, for the long-term or short-term? We can offload your belongings into our warehouse storage facility or move everything into a trailer and lock it in a secure trailer yard.
Don't want to pack yourself? No problem. We'll handle that for you, and at reasonable rates.
We have hundreds of reviews on file, hand-written by satisfied customers. Call our office at 800-482-8828 or visit our reviews page
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