JMR Elite Moving and Storage is the long distance company to successfully move your belongings from Montreal to Burlington.
Leave it to the professionals who have been in business for over 35 years. JMR Elite Moving and Storage is a family-owned business whose reputation speaks for itself with a customer base that has grown and is extremely satisfied with our moving services. We also have an international moving specialist to assist you in your North American and overseas corridors as well.
Our moving consultants have many years experience in the moving industry and will greet you in a pleasant manner, provide excellent service and always advise you, keeping your requirements a priority. It is comforting knowing these high-caliber salespeople are competent, knowledgeable and have your best interests in mind. We pride ourselves in the many referrals we receive time and time again. Our solid reputation is built on the thousands of residential
and commercial moves we’ve done over the years.
Our friendly movers will effortlessly and professionally transport your household furniture safely and promptly to your destination. We can also provide you with full packing services if needed. JMR Elite Moving and Storage will always ensure that the greatest care is taken when packing and handling your personal belongings. Storage is another option we take care of whether it’s for a week or a year. Our storage facility is climate controlled, secure and clean.
JMR Elite Moving and Storage guarantees you a quick, friendly and professional move. Let JMR Elite be your Montreal – Burlington long distance moving and storage company.
JMR Elite Moving and Storage handles trips between Montreal and Burlington via Interstate 89. Vermont is served by two commercial airports; Burlington International Airport and Burlington’s Rutland State Airport.
Vermont is located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain between the Adirondack and Green Mountains. It is the only New England state with no coastline along the Atlantic. Vermont is bordered by Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east , New York to the west and Quebec to the north. It is the only New England state with no coastline along the Atlantic.
Vermont is an agricultural state and its many fairs and festivals are a reflection of that heritage. The festivities range from horse pulls and livestock demonstrations to farm product competitions. Vermont is famous for its dairy products and maple syrup and remains the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States.
Tourism is this lovely state’s industry. World famous ski resorts like Stowe, Killington, Sugarbush, Stratton, Jay Peak and Bromley attract skiers from around the globe. Summertime charms visitors at Stowe, Manchester and Woodstock with their scenic mountain view. Trout fishing, lake fishing and ice fishing attract outdoor enthusiasts to this adventurous state. Vermont even hosts golf courses with spas to accommodate the fatigued player.
Vermont’s highly skilled workers are employed primarily in producing electronic components and equipment, machine tools, wood products, quarried and finished stone and printing. Manufacturing is the major employer and the second largest area of the state’s economy producing billions in goods ranging from computer chips to canoes, tombstones to teddy bears.
Helpful links if you’re moving to Burlington
Burlington has a fine network of schools offered. To find out which one is suited for your children, visit www.state.vt.us/educ.htm. The University of Vermont is a great university to enhance the students’ with professional learning facilities, qualified professional staff, research facilities and an athletic program. Visit www.uvm.edu to find out more.
Whether you’re into canoeing, kayaking, fishing, sailing, tubing, golf. swimming, sail boarding, or scuba diving, you will find the right venue on one of Vermont’s waterways. www.voga.org. Burlington also hosts an annual bike race through its downtown streets. Alpine skiing, cross-country trails are offered for the whole family. Visit www.skivermont.com.
Vermont also has 52 state parks ranging from remote islands to vast wilderness.
Arts & Culture
Vermont has several festivals, including the Vermont Maple Festival, the Apple Festival and the Marlboro Music Festival; to name a few. The unique Palettes of Vermont is a statewide community arts project where 74 Vermont towns display these palettes in public all summer. What a beautiful site! Vermont’s most intriguing theater resides in Derby Line. The beautiful Haskell Opera House is the international border between Vermont and Quebec. Visit www.vermontvacation.com
Find Vermont trails and maps for outdoor recreation such as hiking, biking, paddling, snow sports, driving, fishing, and more. All of these trails come from published books on Vermont destinations and include detailed information with maps, directions, and much more. www.alltrails.com For the little ones, enjoy a tour of the Classic Vermont Teddy Bear Factory and make your very own personalized teddy bear.
There’s plenty of fun in Burlington. Check out the Waterfront Theatre, the Wine Works Bar, the Church Street Marketplace, the Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts, Petra’s Cliffs Climbing Center and Mountaineering school or board a Lake Champlain Ferry to view some of the most beautiful mountain and lake views of the world. www.tripadvisor.com
This wonderful lodging guide will provide you with maps, town guides and lodging specials. Choose from Vermont Inns, hotels, resorts, vacation rentals or friendly pet lodging. www.vtliving.com/lodging The North Hero Country Inn, is a quaint bed and breakfast inn located in the Lake Champlain Islands with a spectacular view of the Green Mountains. Escape for a few days and be totally captured by this beautifully restored inn. www.northherohouse.com
Restaurants & Dining
Al Ducci’s Italian Pantry. Come taste the savvy Italian style delicatessen and food market. Home made mozzarella cheese, foccacia, Caponata. Enjoy live music and handcrafted meals in an authentic turn-of-the-century barn. Whatever your taste buds are in the mood for, this site has it all. Bon apetit! www.vtliving.com
Burlington’s Suburbs & Regions
Winooski, Shelburne, Richmond, Chittenden, Essex Junction, North Underhill, Colchester, Westford, Milton, South Hero, Fairfax, Charlotte, Malletts Bay, Franklin, Stowe, Bolton, Hinesburg, Bennington, Killington, Manchester, Montpelier, Waitsfield, Waterbury, Woodstock, Brattleboro, Danville, Waterbury