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New Englanders choose Casey Movers for flat-rate moving to Columbia, SC and surrounding towns






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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 to Columbia, SC since from Boston, MA for over twenty years. We are licensed & insured with the DOT & the MADPU. As of November 5th, 2014, we own four tractors, two straight trucks and over two dozen trailers!

We have a full time crew of very experienced Class-A drivers, movers and helpers. Our guys are amazing!

Columbia, SC

Columbia is the state capital and largest city in the State of South Carolina.

The population was 129,272 according to the 2010 census. The 2013 United States Census estimates put the city at 133,358. Columbia is the county seat of Richland County, but a portion of the city extends into neighboring Lexington County. The city is the center of a metropolitan statistical area of 793,779, the second-largest within the state. The name "Columbia" was a poetic term for the Americas derived from Christopher Columbus.

Located 13 miles (21 km) northwest of South Carolina's geographic center, Columbia is the primary city of the Midlands region of South Carolina, which comprises several counties in the central portion of the state. The city lies at the confluence of two rivers, the Saluda and the Broad, which merge at Columbia to form the Congaree River, which is popular with paddlers and kayakers in the area. The state's flagship and largest university, the University of South Carolina, is located in Columbia. In 1860, the city was the location of the South Carolina Secession Convention, which marked the departure of the first state from the Union in the events leading up to the Civil War.

At the time of European encounter, the inhabitants of the area that became Columbia were a people called the Congaree. In May 1540, a Spanish expedition led by Hernando de Soto traversed what is now Columbia while moving northward. The expedition produced the earliest written historical records of the area, which was part of the regional Cofitachequi chiefdom.

From the creation of Columbia by the South Carolina General Assembly in 1786, the site of Columbia was important to the overall development of the state. The Congarees, a frontier fort on the west bank of the Congaree River, was the head of navigation in the Santee River system. A ferry was established by the colonial government in 1754 to connect the fort with the growing settlements on the higher ground on the east bank.

Like many other significant early settlements in colonial America, Columbia is on the fall line from the Piedmont region. The fall line is the spot where a river becomes unnavigable when sailing upstream and where falling water downstream cannot power a mill.

State Senator John Lewis Gervais of the town of Ninety Six introduced a bill that was approved by the legislature on March 22, 1786, to create a new state capital. There was considerable argument over the name for the new city. According to published accounts, Senator Gervais said he hoped that "in this town we should find refuge under the wings of COLUMBIA", for that was the name which he wished it to be called. One legislator insisted on the name "Washington", but "Columbia" won by a vote of 117 in the state senate.

The 1990s and early 2000s saw revitalization in the downtown area. The Congaree Vista district along Gervais Street, once known as a warehouse district, became a thriving district of art galleries, shops, and restaurants. The Colonial Life Arena (formerly known as the Carolina Center) opened in 2002, and brought several big-named concerts and shows to Columbia. The Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center opened in 2004, and a new convention center hotel opened in September 2007. A public-private City Center Partnership has been formed to implement the downtown revitalization and boost downtown growth.


Are you Looking for Boston to Columbia Movers?

Moving from the Boston, MA area to Columbia, SC? Make Casey Movers your Boston to South Carolina Movers. We are your Boston to Columbia moving and storage company. Call us at (800) 482-8828 and request an estimate over the phone, or set up a free, in depth in-home estimate.

Boston, MA to Columbia, SC Packing Services

Prefer not to pack yourself? Casey Movers offers very competitive packing rates, along with twenty free boxes. Call us today.

Boston, MA to Columbia, SC Storage

Seeking affordable storage solutions before your South Carolina move? We can offer you several options: choose to have us off-load your valuables into a warehouse storage facility, or have us load up a trailer and lock it inside our secure trailer yard. Storage of both the long- and short-term variety available.

Boston to Columbia Moving Services

Casey Movers provides full-service moving. We pad- and shrink-wrap, plus break down and re-assemble furniture free of charge. We move: grandfather clocks, pianos, large dressers, safes, billiard/pool tables, and much much more.

Moving Reviews

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