Berkshire Bank is only one of the many regional businesses choosing to move their headquarters to Boston, MA. Corporations that want to take advantage of the tremendous intellectual resources and highly skilled workforce available locally are choosing to move to Boston, and obviously, people who are employed by these companies are moving to Boston as well.
Moving to Boston has several advantages if you’re currently making a lengthy commute from Western MA, NH, VT, or NY. Summer time drives through the region are pleasurable when you have a choice in the matter, but being stuck behind the wheel several hours a day is no fun when you have to do it. Here’s what you need to know about moving to Boston:
Moving to Boston is not a DIY job. While you may have loaded and driven a rental moving truck before, Boston’s narrow, crowded streets are very challenging for even experienced drivers. Did we mention that summer is construction season in Boston? Skip the headaches and let the pros handle the driving. They’ll get to your destination faster and know how to handle Boston’s quirky traffic patterns.
Also? Boston is blessed to have four complete seasons of weather. Summers in Boston are very, very hot. It’s a lovely change from our snowy winters, but it’s not the best weather for unloading a moving truck and carrying heavy furniture and boxes full of your stuff up several flights of stairs. Again, life is short. For a very reasonable price, you can have a professional Boston moving company do all the heavy lifting for you.
Choose an experienced Boston moving company for all commercial moves. Business moves often have to occur within a very specific time window and comply with parking and building regulations. At Boston Pack and Ship, we pride ourselves at handling even the most challenging commercial move quickly and efficiently. Call us to find out more!