Tyngsborough, MA Moving Company - Casey Movers
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About Our Company
Casey Movers has been providing moving and storage services to the Tyngsborough, MA area since 1993 - over twenty years! We are licensed and insured with the DOT and the MADPU. As of November 5 2014, we own 4 tractors, 2 straight trucks and over two dozen trailers!
We employ a full-time crew of experienced Class-A drivers, helpers and movers. Our guys are great!
Tyngsborough (also spelled Tyngsboro) is a town in northern Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. Tyngsborough is 28 miles (45 km) from Boston along the Route 3 corridor, and located on the New Hampshire state line. At the 2010 census, the town population was 11,292.
Tyngsborough was settled in 1661, as part of the massive Dunstable Township. The town of Dunstable, incorporated in 1673, was named after the hometown of pioneer Edward Tyng. However, a relative of his, and the source of the town of Tyngsborough's name, was Colonel Jonathan Tyng, whose home, the Tyng Mansion House, was one of the oldest north of Boston. He settled near the Merrimack in what is now Tyngsborough in 1675. The house stood until the 1970s, when it was destroyed by arson. Early on Tyngsborough residents fought a series of small and bloody skirmishes with local Native American tribes. Evidence of this can be found in several old colonial homes in town that still have emergency passages that were used during these attacks. In 1789, Tyngsborough's parish split from the rest of Dunstable, making Tyngsborough a recognized district. On February 23, 1809, Tyngsborough became a town.
After Tyngsborough was incorporated it became known for its ferries which travelled up and down the Merrimack River, the quarries that produced granite, and several box companies that started in town. As the town developed, Tyngsborough became a vacation community and had a large seasonal resident population even up until the late 1960s. A notable summer resident was actress Nance O'Neil, whose estate became the campus of the Academy of Notre Dame.
Today, Tyngsborough primarily serves as a bedroom community, part of Greater Lowell and the Nashua, New Hampshire region, in addition to having an easy commute to the Boston area. The town is probably best known today for its green painted single-arched iron bridge over the Merrimack. Constructed in the early 1930s as a replacement for an earlier wooden planked structure, this bridge has become the town's emblem, and more practically, a major river crossing for residents of Massachusetts and New Hampshire alike.
Want to avoid packing? We offer free boxes with every estimate, and competitively priced packing services. We can pack as few or as many of your possessions as necessary.
Storage Near Tyngsborough, MA
Need storage for an indefinite period of time? Have us offload your belongings into our climate controlled warehouse, or load up a trailer and lock it up inside our secure trailer yard.
Tyngsborough Moving Services
Since 1993, Casey Movers has been moving clients from and to the Tyngsborough, MA area. We offer full service moving, with blanket and plastic wrapping and free breakdown and reassembly of furniture. We can move almost anything: grandfather clocks, billiard tables, grand pianos, dressers, etc. We offer services to residents of both single family homes and Tyngsborough apartment communities.
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