Treasure Moving Company
Moving Services You’ll Treasure in DC, Maryland & Virginia
Treasure Moving is a full-service moving company that provides high-quality and reliable moving services to individuals, families, and businesses. We have years of experience and are one of the most reliable and trusted moving companies in the region.
At Treasure Moving, we understand that moving can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. We offer a variety of moving services to make the experience as easy and stress-free as possible. Our team of experienced movers will help you at every step, from packing and loading to unloading.
We take pride in our commitment to providing exceptional customer service and work tirelessly to ensure that our clients are delighted with our services. Our team of movers is trained to handle all types of moves, including local, long-distance, and commercial moves, and we use the latest equipment and techniques to ensure that your belongings are transported safely and securely.
Rockville is a city in and the county seat of Montgomery County, Maryland, United States, and is part of the Baltimore–Washington metropolitan area. The 2020 census tabulated Rockville's population at 67,117, making it the fourth-largest incorporated city in Maryland.Rockville, along with neighboring Gaithersburg and Bethesda, is at the core of the Interstate 270 Technology Corridor which is home to numerous software and biotechnology companies as well as several federal government institutions. The city, one of the major retail hubs in Montgomery County, has several upscale regional shopping centers. == History == === Early history === Situated in the Piedmont region and crossed by three creeks (Rock Creek, Cabin John Creek, and Watts Branch), Rockville provided an excellent refuge for semi-nomadic Native Americans as early as 8000 BC. By the first millennium BC, a few of these groups had settled down into year-round agricultural communities that exploited the native flora, including sunflowers and marsh elder. By AD 1200, these early groups (dubbed Montgomery Indians by later archaeologists) were increasingly drawn into conflict with the Senecas and Susquehannocks who had migrated south from Pennsylvania and New York.