Beaverton, Ontario Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Moving Company that doesn’t break a sweat when it comes to moving your stuff into Beaverton.Preparing for your upcoming move to Beaverton, Ontario, involves many details such as getting the right moving supplies and planning your route. When you choose North American Van Lines to handle the packing and transportation of your belongings, you will not have to spend your time worrying about the details. At North American Van Lines, our helpful agents connect you with effective and efficient movers. No matter how many things you need to transport to your new home, you will be paired with movers who will handle your items with care and precision.
North American Van Lines agents go through extensive training in order to provide you with our full line of services. We are here to answer any questions that you have about the moving process. Our company has more than 85 years of experience with helping individuals and families relocate and get settled into their new homes. We put those years of experience to work for you, helping to lower your stress about your relocation to Beaverton.
Are you curious about the place you will soon be calling home? Beaverton, Ontario, was first settled in 1822. Its location at the mouth of the Beaver River where it empties into Lake Simcoe made it an ideal place for transporting lumber and other goods. By 1835, the town had a post office, and by 1869, the railway built a station in the town center. Today, nearly 2,500 people call Beaverton home. The community maintains a small-town feel but has many of the perks of bigger cities, such as a vibrant nightlife, the nearby campus of Lakehead University's Orillia College and a bustling small harbor and yacht club.
After unpacking your carefully delivered belongings, you can set out and explore some of what Beaverton has to offer. The Strand Theatre hosts regular comedy, theatrical and music performances as well as film showings. If you like history, check out the Old Stone Church, built in 1853. It is a National Historic Site of Canada. You can walk past the Beaverton Dam and see migratory birds taking baths in the rapids. Beaverton also has several golf clubs and driving greens where you can go out alone or as a group. Duclos Point Provincial Nature Reserve affords opportunities to watch the sea birds and catch fresh fish.
The time you save by using movers to transport your belongings can be spent exploring these great places in Beaverton. You will also have extra time to learn your way around town, get to know your neighbors and set up your newspaper delivery and mail service. Your items will be unloaded by respectful and considerate movers. Our agents work hard to ensure that your move will go as smoothly as possible. Give us at North American Van Lines a call today to get a free estimate on services for your move to Beaverton.