Local Rockville Movers, Packing, and Storage
Moving into or out of Rockville, Maryland? At Top Notch Moving & Storage, our skilled employees will create a pleasant moving experience for your family or business.
Make your Rockville move stress-free with our professional services for packing, storage, residential moving, and commercial moving. We look after you and your possessions in every way we can. Our staff is trained in packing efficiently and carefully, whether they’re helping you with entire rooms or just a few delicate items. Your possessions will be the only items in our truck, and the same team that loads it will expertly unload it at your new home or office (or storage unit).
If you need to store any belongings during your transition, we can help. Top Notch has relationships with several of the biggest storage facilities in the United States. Plus, we have the flexibility to reserve units in various sizes, from 5’x10’ to 10’x30’.
Whether you’re moving from another city or another state, you’ll enjoy a delightful Rockville relocation experience at a reasonable rate with our friendly movers.
House Movers for Rockville
Our professional movers will pack and transport your furniture, appliances, and personal belongings with the utmost care. We keep our trucks clean, so your belongings remain that way. We have pads and rug runners readily available, so if there is inclement weather or dirt, we are sure not to track it into your home.
Office Movers for Rockville
You can trust us to make your Rockville business relocation safe and smooth. We expertly pack and transport your office furniture, workstations, and electronics. Whether you’re a small business or a large corporation, we can relocate your office and get you back to work quickly.
Moving to Rockville
Rockville, the seat of Montgomery County, is located approximately 15 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. From Rockville, it’s a convenient commute down I-270 to get to America’s capital city. Alternatively, you can take public transportation. You can pick up the Metrorail from the Rockville station or the Twinbrook station. Or you could take the Amtrak or MARC train from Rockville’s train station.
The residents of Rockville value the city’s historic roots, its commitment to public service, and its connection of neighborhoods. Rockville’s vibrant community is diverse and well-educated. According to data from 2020, the population is 68,155, and approximately 43% of the people are non-white. The median household income is $111,797, and the median property value is $540,100. In affluent Rockville, you’ll find beautiful historic homes (dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s) as well as newly built modern homes.
Rockville has received numerous accolades for being one of America’s greatest places to live and work. This city has been recognized as:
- #1 Best Place to Live in Maryland by Money magazine in 2018
- #9 Happiest Cities to Work For by CareerBliss.com in 2018
- #9 Most Culturally Diverse City in America by WalletHub in 2018
- 100% committed to the welfare of its LGBTQ community, having received a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index scorecard for 2019
The land on which Rockville sits is one of Maryland’s oldest settled areas. The town got its official name in 1801 because of its proximity to Rock Creek. Since becoming incorporated in 1860, Rockville has developed from being an agriculturally oriented community to being a cosmopolitan city. It now serves as an employment center for national bio-med and technology corporations, the federal government, and the county government.
Rockville provides plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and recreation. Here are some of the local favorites.
Shopping & Dining
Rockville Town Square: Located in the heart of Rockville, this hub (sometimes referred to as Rockville Town Center) covers 12.5 acres and provides a variety of public services, retail shops, and dining options. Throughout the year, you can enjoy seasonal events and activities, including outdoor concerts in the summer and ice skating in the winter. (Rockville Town Square has the largest outdoor ice-skating rink in Montgomery County!)
Montrose Crossing Shopping Center: This large plaza is another popular destination for shopping and eating. Located along Rockville Pike, it features a variety of stores, such as Target, Giant, Marshalls, Bob’s Discount Furniture, and Barnes and Noble. Plus, it’s easy to grab a bite to eat at places such as Cava and Honeygrow.
Breweries & Distilleries
True Respite Brewing Company: True Respite brews on a 3-vessel custom brewhouse. It combines the traditionally separate mash and lauter into a single, oversized vessel, which is custom designed for better mash efficiency when brewing higher gravity beers (like Belgian Trappist ales and Double IPAs).
Twin Valley Distillers: Rockville is home to Montgomery County’s first operating distillery since prohibition. Twin Valley Distillers is known for using local grains, preserving family traditions, and reviving the art of handcrafted spirit-making in Maryland.
Rockville Civic Center Park: Covering 153 acres, this park is a terrific place to enjoy the outdoors. It features gardens, nature trails, picnic tables, playground equipment, tennis courts, pickleball courts, outdoor fitness equipment, and an urban wildlife sanctuary.
Meadowside Nature Center: Located within the 1800-acre Rock Creek National Park, this nature center provides plenty of hands-on learning opportunities for families, students, and scouts. The center’s exhibits include owls, hawks, and a bald eagle. You can also enjoy the great outdoors by hiking eight miles of trails down to Lake Frank.
Croydon Creek Nature Center: This nature center is located near downtown Rockville and covers 120 acres. In addition to viewing the exhibits, you can hike the trails and enjoy seeing a variety of wildlife in the forest preserves, open meadow areas, and creek.
Glenview Mansion: This beautiful historic building was constructed in 1926 for Dr. James Alexander Lyon and his wife. They commissioned prominent architects in Washington, D.C., Lochie and Porter, to design their two-story home. The country estate became a popular destination for Washington’s socialites. Now it is a sought-after venue for special events, such as weddings.
Beall-Dawson House: This historic building was constructed in the early 1800s for Upton Beall and his family. Mr. Beall was a Clerk of the Court for Montgomery County, and he wanted his home to reflect his wealth and status. Mr. Beall’s three daughters lived in the house their entire lives. Later on, their cousin, Amelia Somervell Dawson, and her family, lived in the house as well. In 1965, the City of Rockville purchased the house and turned it into Montgomery History’s headquarters.
Rockville Walking Tours: The City of Rockville Historic District Commission created a walking tour to help people learn about Rockville and its history. The tour includes historic sites such as Rockville’s oldest church, Saint Mary’s Church; Montgomery County Jail; Hungerford Tavern; Montgomery County Court House; and Rockville Academy. There is also a walking tour of Rockville’s African American heritage.
Top Notch Moving Services
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