2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Town & Country Movers         Earns Esteemed 2016 Angie’s List Super Service Award- For 10th Consecutive Year. Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service Town & Country Movers has earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of customer service to members of the local services marketplace and consumer review site in 2016. This achievement is particularly significant as Angie’s List experienced unprecedented member growth in 2016. More than 1.6 million consumers, many of whom were eager to quickly hire highly qualified service pros, joined Angie’s List after the company added a new, free membership tier. “Companies that can meet higher demands without missing a beat in their exemplary performance standards truly do stand apart from their peers,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “Only a fraction of the Moving & Storage companies in the DMV were able to do it.” [...]

By | January 20th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

6 Quick tips to downsizing

Packing can make moving tricky when trying to sort through items that have long since been buried away. The list could go forever regarding what to keep and what to donate. Most people find that their clothes from 20 years ago, or their outdated, but still functional furniture no longer has a place in their home. That being said, there are many different alternatives to simply throwing away what isn’t needed or wanted. Town & Country Movers have been servicing the (DMV) for the past 40 years. Downsizing has been a reoccurring need in people’s relocation process for years. Town & Country Movers has been working with A Wider Circle, to help our customers with their downsizing needs. Give yourself three months before moving Time, the thing we have the least of but need the most. Allowing yourself enough time to move will help you with every aspect of the move [...]

By | November 28th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Around Town: June 14-15

Here in the D.C. Metro Area, school if officially out, the major highways are a little less cluttered (okay, that’s wishful thinking), and the summer season has unofficially made its appearance! Here’s what some of our employees will be doing this weekend in the area. We also wish a very wonderful Father’s Day to all those dads and role models out there!   If you love movies…      What: Charlie Chaplin: The Tramp Turns 100      Where: American Film Institute Silver Theatre and Cultural Center      When: All weekend (Ends June 29)      *Visit the AFI Silver’s website for screening times and prices.   If you love the outdoors (and history)….   What: Brandy Station Battlefield Tours W here: The Graffiti House 19484 Brandy Road Brandy Station, Virginia 22714      (540) 727-7718 When: All weekend (running through August 9) Website: http://www.brandystationfoundation.com/   If you’re an [...]

By | June 13th, 2014|Around Town|0 Comments

Battle of Suburbia: Maryland vs. Virginia

Washington, D.C. is one of the world’s greatest cities, and its suburbs play a significant part in that. Let’s take a look at the long standing rivalry between Maryland and Virginia, and how they both work to create one of the most educated and affluent regions in the country. Maryland “Crabcakes and football, that’s what Maryland does!”… that’s true, but that’s not all Maryland does. Not only is Maryland home to the 4th (Howard County) and 12th (Montgomery County) “most affluent” counties in the states, it also holds extremely high ranks in education statistics. Enjoy an afternoon at the Baltimore National Aquarium or take a stroll through the cobblestone streets of the historic capital city, Annapolis. And in case you didn’t know, here are some fun facts about the “Old Line State”. -Home to the #1 hospital in the country, John’s Hopkins. -The state sport is jousting. -Maryland gave up [...]

By | April 16th, 2014|All the Rest, No B.S.|0 Comments

Don’t Let the Rain Bog you Down!

As they say, “April showers bring May flowers”, and at this rate we’ll be frolicking in a wealth of flora (hopefully of the Cherry Blossom variety) soon! But until then, don’t let the rain keep you from taking advantage of all the city and surrounding suburbs have to offer. Washington, D.C.: The Museums: This one’s a given… Washington D.C. has a plethora of great (and often times free!) museums that are fun for all ages. Some to note are the Smithsonian- Air & Space, American History, American Art, and Natural History Museums. And if you don’t mind spending a little money, the Newseum is a great way to spend a rainy day! Visit The Capitol Building: One of the most symbolically important buildings in the world, the Capitol is truly an impressive structure. Tours require reservations in advance, but feel free to check out the visitor center at your leisure. More information on [...]

By | April 3rd, 2014|All the Rest, No B.S.|0 Comments

Town & Country Celebrates Driver of the Month, Juan Carlos Leon!

Last night the Maryland Motor Truck Association held its annual Driver of the Month/Year Banquet. This marks the 5th consecutive year Town & Country Movers has had a driver represent the company through achieving this prestigious honor. We are proud to congratulate Town & Country Driver, Juan Carlos Leon on winning the MMTA Driver of the Month award for June of 2013! Juan Carlos Leon, Driver of the Month- June 2013 Juan Carlos receiving his award To determine the winning drivers, MMTA takes into account the length of industry accident free driving, attitude, customer relations, community activities, driving environment, and safety project involvement. Juan Carlos has performed over 4,200 moves spanning more than 149,000 miles of safe driving. In addition to his impeccable driving record, Juan Carlos has received countless letters of thanks for superior service. An excerpt from one such letter can be seen below: Juan Carlos and Town [...]

By | January 15th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

We’ve Done It Again!!! Angie’s List Super Service Award Winner!!

Gaithersburg based Town & Country Movers is proud to present our 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award!! The award marks our 7th straight win, the only Moving & Storage company in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area to do so. With over 200 “A” reviews, Angie’s List has provided a great platform for showing potential customers the top quality service we provide. Not only did Town & Country take home the Super Service Award for Moving in the D.C. Metropolitan Area, we also earned the award for Moving in Baltimore, Storage Facilities, and Piano Moving as well!! If you or someone you know has any questions about an upcoming move, please don’t hesitate to give us a call!!

By | December 31st, 2013|All the Rest, No B.S.|0 Comments

Santa’s Got a New Sleigh!- Fairfax County Holiday Spirit Campaign

Earlier this month, Town & Country Movers was honored to participate in the Fairfax County Holiday Spirit Campaign! The campaign, which started a partnership with Long and Foster in 2006, provides toys and other items for underprivileged children in Fairfax County. A big part of the campaigns success is due to the incredible efforts of top agent Beckie Owens. Owens, who married a Marine in 1975, has always participated in Toy’s for Tots. In 1996, a coworker of Owens asked if she’d be willing to donate a couple of the toys to this other organization, one that runs through the county. “I just fell in love with the program”, says Beckie after learning more about the Fairfax County Holiday Spirit Campaign. For the next 10 years, Beckie, while still supporting Toys for Tots would also provide toys and necessities for the county. But in 2006, with the help of Long [...]

By | December 23rd, 2013|All the Rest, No B.S.|0 Comments

Crown Looks to Capitalize on Lack of Restaurants in the Gaithersburg Area

By: Brian S. Last night, Town & Country Movers attended “Taste of Crown” at the brand new Crown development in Gaithersburg, MD. As mentioned in a previous post “The New Suburbia“, the entire development covers over 180 acres, and looks to fill over 260,000 square feet of commercial retail. The three current builders, KB Home, Pulte Homes, and M/I Homes showed off models of their phase one town homes. Starting in the mid 500′s and reaching upwards of $700,000 (depending on what finishes are chosen), the town homes have drawn attention from not only people looking to downsize (relatively), but from first-time home buyers as well.   The goal of the event, which catered to real estate agents and contractors alike, was not only to showcase the homes, but to give a glimpse into the various restaurants that will fill Downtown Crown. Asia Nine, Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar, [...]

By | November 20th, 2013|New in the Neighborhood|0 Comments

A Little Southern Hospitality in D.C. (Adams Morgan)

By Brian S. Perched atop the oh-so-eclectic 18th street in the heart of Adams Morgan, bar/restaurant Southern Hospitality (a.k.a. Soho) is bringing a little Southern comfort to the city of Washington D.C. One of the first (of soon to be many) establishments looking to “civilize” the notoriously rowdy neighborhood , Soho, which opened in 2012 caters to all crowds, from the Howard University Alumni Club, to young professional families, to Monday Night Football devotees. The Soho staff was strategic in picking the pineapple as a logo: It’s a symbol of hospitality. If it’s raining, they’ll search high and low to equip you with an umbrella on your way out the door; and after just 3 visits, the whole staff knew my name. In a city where it’s difficult to get a friendly wave from a passing jogger, such warmth is refreshing. Ambiance. Check. Service. Check. But what about the food? Full disclosure: [...]

By | October 31st, 2013|New in the Neighborhood|0 Comments
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