Providence, RI

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Our moving and storage consultants have many years experience in the industry and will greet you in a pleasant manner and provide excellent service in keeping your requirements a priority. It is comforting knowing these high-caliber long distance 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 past 35 years.

Our friendly van line movers will effortlessly and professionally transport your household furniture safely and promptly to your Quebec City destination. We can also provide you with full packing services if needed. JMR Express movers 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 at JMR is climate controlled, secure and clean.

JMR Express Moving and Storage guarantees you a quick, friendly and professional move. It would be our pleasure to be your long distance Montreal Providence moving company.

Providence City Info:
Interstate Highway I-95 serves as a physical barrier between the city’s commercial core and neighborhoods such as Federal Hill and the West End.

Providence is served by T.F. Green Airport, a commercial airfield located in nearby Warwick. Due to overcrowding, T.F. Green is used as an alternative to Boston’s Logan International Airport.

Visitors will discover that Rhode Island has an abundance of Colonial and Victorian homes, estates reminiscent of the gilded age, public buildings, the nation’s first enclosed shopping mall, the first manufacturing plant in America, a delightful 17th century fishing village, the boyhood home of one of America’s finest colonial artists, and two houses of worship which represent the roots of religious freedom in America. Best of all, the state’s compact size makes it easy to travel from one historic site to the next — none is more than an hour from any other, and many are within walking distance of each other.

Helpful links if you’re moving to Providence

Accelerating student achievement is what PESI (Providence Effective Schools Initiative) is all about. They’ll take great care of your little ones. Come see what they have to offer. Visit

Home to the Providence Bruins and Providence Reds, Providence even has its own roller derby league. The NFL’s New England Patriots play in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Check out the Fleet Skating Center, hit a bucket of balls at Triggs Memorial Golf Course or enjoy many outdoor activities at Prospect Park. Yours to discover. Visit this site

Arts & Culture
This city’s diversity entails social attitudes, events and culture that reflects its local flavor. Providence has several ethnic neighborhoods, notably Federal Hill (Italian), Elmwood (Vietnamese), Lower South Providence (Dominican and Liberian), Fox Point (Portuguese) and Smith Hill (mixes Irish, Bolivian, Cambodian).

Home to the Tony winning theater group Trinity Repertory Company and the Rhode Island Philharmonis Orchestra. Other notable performing art centers include the Veterans Memorial Auditorium and the Providence Performing Arts Center. This city’s underground music scene is internationally revered. Beautiful galleries yours to discover. Visit this site

Special Attractions
In the summer months, the city hosts WaterFire, an environmental art installation that consists of about 100 bonfires that blaze just above the surface of the three rivers that pass through the middle of downtown Providence. This is accompanied by classical and world music. Providence is home to the First Baptist Church in America, the oldest Baptist church in the Americas. Downcity Providence is home to the fourth largest unsupported dome in the world as well as the oldest enclosed shopping center in America.

Thousands of happy vacationers travel to Rhode Island each year to enjoy 400 miles of scenic coastline and more than 100 public and private beaches. Doze off listening to the waves, take time to build an amazing sandcastle, stroll the sun-speckled sand beachcombing for shells, or cast a fishing rod into the open water. ( Narragansett Bay is the sparkling geographic center of Rhode Island. Sailing, boating, fishing, kayaking, cruising, swimming and seal watching are a few of the great recreational opportunities enjoyed by millions of visitors each year. Historic villages nestled along the scenic coast offer waterfront dining, shopping, adventure sport outfitters and more.

Providence hotel directory. Find a complete list of properties with descriptions, rates and more for hotels in Providence, Rhode Island. Visit this site

Restaurants & Dining
Come savour the fine cuisine of your choice. This ethnic-enhancing city features a wide variety of foods you’ll love. Visit this site

Providence’s Suburbs & Regions
Barrington, Bristol, Burrillville, Charlestown, Coventry, Cumberland, East Greenwich, Exeter, Foster, Glocester, Hopkinton, Jamestown, Johnston, Lincoln, Little Compton, Middletown, Narragansett, New Shoreham (Block Island), North Kingstown, North Providence, North Smithfield, Portsmouth, Richmond, Scituate, Smithfield, South Kingstown, Tiverton, Warren, West Greenwich, West Warwick, Westerly