Orange Park Movers FL
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Like many communities in northern Florida, Orange Park was created to be a rural farming area that specialized in—you guessed it—cultivating oranges. The great freeze of 1894-95 ended that plan, and oranges never made a comeback in the area. Fortunately, other industries grew in Orange Park and it now has a solid economy with several recent additions to the housing mix as well.
Home to several golf courses and clubs, Orange Park also has the largest campus of the Saint Johns River Community College, as well as Saint Johns Country Day School, one of the leading independent schools in the Jacksonville area.
If you are moving to this flourishing Jacksonville suburb, you are going to need the top Orange Park moving company. A “movers Orange Park FL” Web search will help to get you started, but it won’t help you to compare Orange Park movers. You should look for a mover that has unanimous approval by its customers, steady growth and sterling professional ratings.
One Orange Park moving company has scores of glowing customer reviews, a recent expansion into Florida (with 1,000 moves done in just two years), and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau: DN Van Lines.
You can log on to www.dnvanlines.com to read and hear what customers say about DN Van Lines; their comments are extremely positive and persuasive. One aspect that they appreciate is that DN Van Lines not only takes care of every part of a move, but can also handle any Orange Park storage needs that arise. An additional “storage Orange Park FL” Web search is unnecessary, as are calls to other Orange Park storage facilities. DN Van Lines has its own storage facility for its customers in northeast Florida.
To get your move to Orange Park started, call 1-800-51-MOVER or log on to the website for a free quote and any information that you might need. Just don’t be disappointed if you do not spot a grove of orange trees upon your arrival. Blame the freeze of 1894-95 and just enjoy the many other features of modern Orange Park.