Quincy, MA Movers
Casey Movers - Moving Company for Quincy, MA
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About Our Company
Casey Movers has been serving the Quincy, MA area since 1993 - over 20 years! We are both licensed and insured with the DOT and MADPU. As of November 5, 2014, we own 4 tractors, 2 straight trucks and over 2 dozen trailers!
We have a full-time crew made up of Class-A drivers, movers and helpers. Our guys are great!
Quincy is a city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Its nickname is "City of Presidents". It is a major part of Metropolitan Boston, and is Boston's immediate southern suburb. Its population in 2010 was 92,271, making it the 8th largest city in the state.
Quincy is the birthplace of former U.S. Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, as well as statesman John Hancock, fourth and longest serving President of the Continental Congress. It was named after Colonel John Quincy, maternal grandfather of Abigail Adams and after whom John Quincy Adams was also named. The city is pronounced KWIN-zee, following the pronunciation of the family name, though both are generally mispronounced outside the area.
The area was first incorporated as part of Dorchester in 1630, and was briefly annexed by Boston in 1634. The area became Braintree in 1640, bordered along the coast of Massachusetts Bay by Dorchester to the north and Weymouth to the east. Beginning in 1708, the modern border of Quincy first took shape as the North Precinct of Braintree. Following the American Revolution, Quincy was officially incorporated as a separate town named for Col. John Quincy in 1792, and was made a city in 1888. In 1845 the Old Colony Railroad opened; the Massachusetts Historical Commission stated that the railroad was "the beginning of a trend toward suburbanization". Quincy became as accessible to Boston as was Charlestown. The first suburban land company, Bellevue Land Co., had been organized in northern Quincy in 1870. Quincy's population grew by over 50 percent during the 1920s.
The Howard Johnson's and Dunkin' Donuts restaurant chains were both founded in Quincy. Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys got its start in the city's Wollaston neighborhood in 1996. Quincy is also home to the United States' longest running Flag Day parade, a tradition that began in 1952 under Richard Koch, a former director of Parks and Recreation, who started the "Koch Club" sports organization for kids and had an annual parade with flags.
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Quincy Moving Services
Casey Movers has served the Quincy, MA area for well over 20 years. We provide full moving services, including a complimentary breakdown of furniture. We pad-wrap your furniture with heavy mover blankets. We move everything from large dressers to fragile mirrors to grand pianos. We provide service to both residents of single family homes and Quincy apartment communities.
In need of storage, of the long-term or short-term variety? Not to worry. We can load up a trailer with your belongings and lock it up in our secure trailer yard, or simply offload your goods into our warehouse storage facility.
We have literally hundreds of reviews on file, hand-written by actual customers. Call our office at (800)-482-8828 or visit our reviews page to see real customer references!
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