We're an expert Glen Ellyn, IL moving and storage company

Del's moving and Storage has been moving the fine folks from Glen Ellyn, Illinois since 1985. We're not one of these fly-by-night savvy marketing companies that outsources our move jobs to whoever will take them. We're a family owned and operated business and all our movers are in house,  and not outsourced in anyway. We're proud to have severed Glen Ellyn, Illinois moving customers successfully for over 30 years. Glen Ellyn, IL is a great community & we thank our customers for the love & support. For professional Glen Ellyn, IL movers, give us a call now.

 

If you're looking for affordable quality movers in Glen Ellyn, IL, make your next move the right move with Del's Moving and Storage.


Moving can be very stressful, but with a smart moving strategy to Glen Ellyn, Illinois. Del's Moving and Storage makes it simple and easy. All our Glen Ellyn, IL moving professionals are honest hard working people you would want to invite into your home. We do not contract work to anyone that will take a job. So many companies outsource their work & focusing on marketing. Not Del's Moving and Storage in Glen Ellyn, IL. All our Glen Ellyn, Illinois movers are a professional trained group of people who are responsible for loading, delivering, and offloading pieces of furniture and other household goods. As they handle furniture moving from one place to another, Glen Ellyn, IL professional movers are physically fit and healthy with a strong stamina to get things done properly. Unlike most Glen Ellyn, IL families, the Pros are out in the field doing this line of work daily, sometimes even twice a day. Del's moving & storage  professionals in Glen Ellyn, IL are well equipped with moving tools and have the years of experience to ensure your household furniture is in good hands. Give one of our moving Specialists a call in Glen Ellyn, IL to receive a free moving or storage quote for your Glen Ellyn, IL home today! 

 
Moving to Glen Ellyn, Illinois? Glen Ellyn, IL was named one of 2018's best cities to raise a family in!
 
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History:

The first landowner in Glen Ellyn was Deacon Winslow Churchill. He and his family moved to Glen Ellyn from New York in 1834. Other newcomers to the area built town necessities such as a tavern and school.

Moses Stacy, a soldier in the War of 1812, arrived here in 1835. His inn, Stacy's Tavern, built in 1846 and his second home, was a halfway stop between Chicago and the Fox River Valley and a probable stop for Galena, Illinois stagecoaches on their way to Rockford, Illinois. Stacy's Tavern, now a historical monument, stands at what is now the intersection of Geneva Road and Main Street.

In 1849, construction of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad through Glen Ellyn was finished. The area around the railroad became the center of the town. At first, trains running through the town on the railway did not stop there. A local man named Lewey Q. Newton made an offer to the railroad company: Newton would build a depot and water tank out of his own pocket if the railroad would require trains to stop there. The depot that Newton built became known as Newtown Station.

The first church, a Congregational church, was built in 1862. Many Protestant churches were built in the village in the years to come. It wasn't until 60 years later that the first Catholic church was built.

The growing settlement went through several names, including Babcock's Grove (named for three brothers that settled there), DuPage Center, Stacy's Corners (after the Stacy family), Newton's Station, Danby (after Danby, Vermont, a local landowner's birthplace) and Prospect Park. The current Glen Ellyn is based on the Welsh version of the name of the then–village president Thomas E. Hill's wife Ellen, preceded by glen, referring to the local geography.

The name Glen Ellyn had been adopted by 1889, when village president Hill and businessman Philo Stacy spearheaded a project to create a new lake, called Lake Glen Ellyn (today's Lake Ellyn), by having a dam built in a nearby stream.

In 1890, residents discovered mineral springs near the village. This contributed to Glen Ellyn advertising itself as Chicago's newest suburb and health resort, soon followed by the Village of Glen Ellyn being officially incorporated on May 10, 1892. The large Lake Glen Ellyn Hotel opened in 1892, the same year much of the business district was destroyed by fire. Fourteen years later, the hotel was struck by lightning and burned to the ground.

The village's all-volunteer fire department was created in 1907. By the end of the 20th century, it was the last all-volunteer fire department in DuPage County.

By World War I, Glen Oak Country Club served the Oak Park and Glen Ellyn communities, and in 1922 the first Glenbard high school was built.

More info here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glen_Ellyn,_Illinois
 
What to expect during a Glen Ellyn, IL move with Del's Moving & Storage

Del's will arrive at your place, protect your home, pick up your boxes and furniture, and drive it to your new residence. Our drivers have thorough knowledge of the area’s geography, so we know the best routes to take to get your cargo to its new destination quickly and safely.

Once we arrive, the assistance doesn’t end there. We’ll help transport all of your items into the building. If some possessions can’t quite fit in your new spot yet, we also offer short- and long-term storage, & hoisting options to alleviate your problems. Again, if you're ever in search of movers in Glen Ellyn, IL, look no further than Del's Moving & Storage for an expert Glen Ellyn, IL moving company. Del's provides free wardrobe boxes, tape, & shrink wrap with all our Glen Ellyn, IL moves. Call us today for a free quote (708) 632-1376

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