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Everything You Need To Know About Milford NH


Milford is a quaint New Hampshire town that is located just to the west of Amherst and Manchester.  It is nestled on the Souhegan River and hosts many growing industries, businesses and cultural venues. Milford offers easy access to Nashua, Wilton, Bedford, Manchester and Townsend MA as it is at the intersection of Routes 101 and 101A and Rte 13. Conveniently located just an hour from Boston, the seacoast and the tourist-friendly Lakes Region, Milford is a great place to live, work and play.

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VIP Tour of a Two Bedroom Apartment at Milford Trails Apartments and Storage

Take a sneak peek into a large two bedroom apartment at Milford Trails Apartments and Storage.  This apartment location is convenient and just a short drive to Nashua, Manchester and Merrimack, NH.  This pet friendly apartment has all the features that make apartment living comfortable and easy.

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5 Tips for Moving in the Winter

Here is some great advice for anyone who is moving in the snowy winter months. Winter moves are definitely a bit more of a hassle so keep these 5 tips in mind when moving in the winter:

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Snow Removal: The Red Oak Team is Ready for Action

When snow is headed to New Hampshire the Red Oak Snow Team snaps into action.  Our crews start preparing way ahead of the storm and are committed to clearing out the snow as quickly and efficienly as possible.

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Pick Your Christmas Tree, Visit Santa and Snow Tube in NH

The Rocks Estate is the place to go to Pick Your Own Christmas Tree.  This north country estate is a fun family destination.

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How to Save on Your Utilities in Your Apartment Home

Renting an apartment can be expensive, but most people don’t think of all the hidden costs  when they initially begin their search. While some apartments include the cost of utilities in the price of rent, not all of them do. This means, you will be on the hook for all the utilities for your apartment. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, because there are smart ways you can control those costs.  Take a look to see how you can save on Utilities.

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