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We combine knowledge, expertise, and the latest moving technologies and systems.
We offer free moving consultations, free onsite estimates, and guaranteed pricing options.
Dedham, MA is a remarkable town outside of the historical city of Boston. Home to the up-and-coming Legacy Place which features a family-oriented bowling alley, bars, restaurants, and ample shopping opportunities, Dedham has everything conveniently in one town. Nature enthusiasts enjoy hiking along Blue Hills Reservation where they can see the Boston skyline, or go skiing in the winter. Dedham is also a commuter’s dream as it’s a quiet, safe town that is also centrally located to the city. In fact, the commuter rail runs through the town several times a day making it incredibly easy to commute to and from work.
The team at Bell Air Moving is proud to be part of the dynamic town of Dedham, offering local and long distance moving, as well as packing services for fragile and oversized items.
The first man-made canal in North America, Mother Brook, was created in Dedham in 1639. It linked the Charles River to the Neponset River. Although both are slow-moving rivers, they are at different elevations. The difference in elevation made the canal’s current swift enough to power several local mills.
In 1818, though citizens were still taxed for the support of ministers and other “public teachers of religion,” Dedham set a precedent toward the separation of church and state. Residents of the town selected a minister different than that chosen by the church members; the selection by residents was confirmed by the Supreme Judicial Court. This decision increased support for the disestablishment of the Congregational churches.
The local Endicott Estate burned to the ground in 1904 after the local volunteer fire department, responding to three separate fires burning simultaneously, reached the Endicott fire last. By the time they arrived, only ashes remained. It is said that the estate’s owner, Henry Bradford Endicott (also founder of the Endicott Johnson Corporation) took the burning of the homestead as a divine command to rebuild (which he did). The rebuilt Endicott Estate is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The estate and surrounding grounds are open to the public, upholding Henry’s stepdaughter Katherine’s wish to use the house and property for “educational, civic, social and recreational purposes.”
In 1921, the historic Sacco and Vanzetti trial was held in the Norfolk County Courthouse in Dedham. Dedham Pottery is a cherished class of antiques, characterized by a distinctive crackle glaze, blue-and-white color scheme, and a frequent motif of rabbits and other animals. Dedham is sometimes called the “mother of towns” because 14 present-day communities were included within its original broad borders.
Long Distance Moving
Bell Air Moving Inc. is fully licensed and insured.
US DOT# 817357
We carry: Liability.
Available upon request: Certificate of insurance will be sent (emailed or faxed) directly from our Insurance agent to Management Company /Condo Association.
The total number of hours is rounded up to the next quarter hour.
E.g., if the total move time (labor + travel) was 3 hours and 10 minutes, the charge will be for 3 hours and 15 minutes.
TOTAL COST = (total labor hours + travel time charge) * moving rate + packing materials (if any).
E.g.: A customer is moving from Dedham MA to Natick MA at the rate of 135 $/hr. The move started at 8:00AM and finished at 12:00PM. The travel time charge was 45 minutes (that is 15 minutes to get to the pick-up location + 30 minutes to return to the office from the moving destination). In addition, 6 rolls of tape were used (we provide 2 free rolls, any excess tape used is charged to the customer).
LABOR = (Labor + Travel) * rate = 4 hrs. + 45min. (travel Time) x 135 = $641.25
MATERIALS = 4 rolls of tape * $3.00/roll =$12.00
TOTAL MOVING COST = $641.00 + $12 = $653.25