Are you looking to book local movers in Lakeshore for an upcoming move? Tank Team Movers is your best choice when it comes to moving companies you can depend on. We're a strong group of professional local movers with several years of experience moving furniture in Lakeshore (about Tank Team Movers). We offer customizable moving packages to service anything from moving labour, to full service moves. We charge simple, hourly rates with No Extra Charges (see our Pricing). We provide a clean, reliable fleet of moving trucks. We have all the proper moving equipment to move large heavy furniture, proper tools for furniture assembly, and loads of moving blankets to keep your furniture safe(view our Services). Our top priority is to provide a stress-free move for our customers on their moving day.
You can book Tank Team Movers for your move in Lakeshore online. We've made it super easy for customers: just pick what size truck you require for your move, add movers and extra hours if needed, let us know the start and end address, and fill out a quick description of your move. When you complete an online booking with us, you reserve our moving services for the full day. No need to worry about no shows, bad service, or our movers rushing to complete two jobs in one day. This leaves you with less stress leading up to the day of the move, and allows us to plan in advance for your move. Book Now and Save in the Long-Haul.
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Lakeshore is a town on Lake St. Clair, in Essex County, Ontario, Canada. The town was incorporated in 1999 by amalgamating the Town of Belle River with the townships of Maidstone, Rochester, Tilbury North, and Tilbury West. It is part of the Windsor census metropolitan area. Lakeshore has a significant concentration of French Canadians and is one of only four communities in Southern Ontario (excluding Eastern Ontario) in which more than 5% (the provincial average) of the population is francophone. The others are Welland, Pain Court, and Penetanguishene. In the 2011 census, 7.7% of the population reported French as their mother tongue, and 17.2% reported knowledge of both official languages. Lakeshore also has a historic black community, along the Puce River, made up of descendants of refugee slaves from the South in the United States who immigrated to Canada for freedom, using the Underground Railroad network. (source from wikipedia).
Created through an amalgamation of municipalities in 1999, Lakeshore residents enjoy a relaxed, active lifestyle in a mostly rural setting which also affords many of the amenities of city life. The municipalities state of the art mulit-use recreation complex provides activities for every age with the 3 NHL sized ice pads, indoor track, aquatic facility with lazy river, zero entry pool, lap pool and theraeputic pool. Also within the facility are meeting rooms, community room, gymnasium and library. Outside the facility are 20 soccer fields, splashpad, multi use courts, tennis courts and 5 km trail. Lakeshore's feature waterfront park - Lakeview Park includes a beach with pavilion, splashpad, playground, walking trails, marina and restaurant. We are 40 km to the US Border and we have 6 interconnections to busiest highway in the world, highway 401 (source from Town of Lakeshore).