Rawlinson Moving & Storage offers a bevy of professional moving services, including household, commercial and specialized moves. Few things are more stressful and burdensome than moving into a new home, which is why trusting in a reputable professional to handle to the job is so advantageous. Not only will it save you time; it will also prevent head and body aches from occurring.
Our company has served Brampton, Ontario and the surrounding areas since 1885, solidifying our reputation as the most reliable and trustworthy movers in the region. In fact, CBC recently interviewed us for our special about rouge movers, and we conveyed to individuals and families the criterion to look for when choosing a respected moving company.
If you would like to learn more about our company or our moving services, or if you would like to schedule us for your big move, please give us a call or email us today. We make sure you have a seamless move, and that the only thing you will need to worry about is enjoying your new abode.
Why Move to Brampton
The ‘Flower City’ of Ontario
Brampton, a populous city in Ontario and part of the Greater Toronto Area, is nicknamed the Flower City, for its greenhouse industry.
The perfect location for anyone looking to live in a lively, cultured city, Brampton is home to numerous attractions, a wealth of history and holds popular events for residents and tourists alike.
Brampton Landmarks and Historic Sites
One of the many popular historic sites in Brampton is the Historic Bovaird House, which was once home to William and Mossie Bovaird. The couple decided to preserve their beautiful home as a monument of the past, by donating it to the City of Brampton; today the public can enjoy the residence and explore Brampton’s history as they step into a home that seems almost to have been frozen in time.
Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archive (PAMA) houses both an art gallery and museum focused on life in the Peel region – encompassing Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga. With changing and permanent exhibitions, the museum and art gallery are exciting places to explore for families looking to find out more about the area and its history.
Brampton is a wonderful place to be for anyone that enjoys exploring the outdoors. With numerous parks, it is the perfect place for taking walks and outdoor adventures. One such park is Gage Park, a beautiful area with a picturesque skating rink in winter. However, if you’re looking for a park that can provide a range of activities, Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park might be for you. This park is home to many recreational and sporting facilities, including a ski hill, track, and winterized tennis courts. On the other hand, Eldorado Park is perfect for anyone looking to explore nature, as it is surrounded by natural forest. Eldorado Park is also popular throughout summer for its outdoor pool.
Additionally, Brampton’s 418 acre Heart Lake Conservation Area is the perfect spot for hiking. With towering trees, flowers, open land and home to Heart Lake, you’ll come across endless beautiful scenery and wildlife as you take a walk through the area.
The impressive Rose Theatre Brampton is worth a visit by any tourist in the area. Whether you’re interested in hearing live music or watching a play, the Rose Theatre is the perfect location to enjoy an evening out.
Wild Water Kingdom is another Brampton attraction worth a visit, particularly for families with children or teenagers that love the water. With water slides and pools, this is a great summertime activity for both tourists and residents of Brampton.
There are numerous popular events that take place throughout the year in Brampton. The Brampton community kicks off the New Year with the Mayor’s New Year’s Day Levee, where you can meet the mayor and celebrate the New Year as a community.
June through October, the Brampton Farmers’ Market is a great place to buy fresh produce and see familiar faces from your community. There is also often live entertainment nearby, in Garden Square.
There are also numerous other events in Brampton throughout the year, from film nights in Garden Square throughout July and August, to parades and services of remembrance in November.