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Boston, Massachusetts is the heart and soul of the American Northeast; sitting along the jagged Atlantic Coastline and rivaling New York every chance it gets, the city of Boston is a spectacular hub of art, music, food, and personality. Boasting a multitude of different nationalities, Boston is a cultural epicenter of style and charm that can’t quite be nailed down by one defining characteristic.

Serving as the main artery in the heart of Boston’s Italian sector, taking a stroll down Hanover Street will transport you directly to the Old World. A tour through the South Side of the city will make you wonder if you’re actually in Ireland. The bustling streets of Allston and Brighton seem to never sleep, as university students pile through by the dozens to take advantage of the nightlife. With a straight-laced financial district and a history as old as the United States itself, Boston is truly a spectacular city to behold.

When you are looking to make Boston your new home, you’re going to need a crew of experienced, well-appointed relocation specialists who will treat you and your household goods with care, respect, and professionalism. Piece by Piece Movers is your one-stop-shop for everything related to a move: from the planning stages to the unpacking, you are covered every step of the way. With plenty of online resources, courteous professionals willing to take your call 24 hours a day, qualified, skillful movers in charge of transporting your things in a timely manner, as well as an unmatched level of attention to detail, you will certainly receive the VIP treatment from Piece by Piece LLC.

If you need storage for your things, the enormous Piece by Piece Storage facility is available to you. The warehouse where your things will be kept is spacious, fully secure, and climate-controlled. The things you stow away with Piece by Piece will be safe from theft, mold, insects, prying eyes, and the four different seasons that Bostonians experience.

Whether you are a single person or an entire family, you can rest assured that Piece by Piece is there to help with any size of move. There are special rates for students, as Boston boasts 35 institutions for higher education. When you’re looking for a solid, reputable moving company, give Piece by Piece a phone call at (617) 515-9886 and get your move on track.


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Matt and all the crew were all really nice, competent, and communicative. Having young kids, I thought it was really nice that I didnt need to manage the crew much. That allowed me to focus on the other move-related mental load tasks. All around, a great experience!!


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