Feasterville-Trevose Professional Movers

feasterville trevose moving companyMooney’s Moving & Storage is family owned and operated. We have been offering unparalleled moving services to our customers in Feasterville-Trevose since 1919. We specialize in local & long distance moving, storage, packing and office moving. Commercial warehousing and distribution services are also offered.

We offer in-home moving estimates in order to present you with an accurate moving quote. Mooney’s Moving & Storage will visit your home to survey your belongings. You can feel confident that the actual price for your move will be close to your estimate. We also offer professional packing services and can supply you with everything you need for your move, from boxes to bubble wrap.

Our full-time employees work exclusively for Mooney’s. We do not use sub-contractors or day laborers. Our exceptional staff is comprised of nearly 20 employees, many of whom have worked for us for more than a decade.

Our mission is to make your Feasterville-Trevose move as stress-free as possible while maintaining the high quality of service that we have been known to offer for over 94 years.

Call us today at 215-884-3280 for your free in-home moving estimate!

Feasterville-Trevose is a former census-designated place in Lower Southampton Township in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The population was 6,525 at the 2000 census. The Feasterville-Trevose CDP referred to by the U.S. Census Bureau encompasses a portion of Lower Southampton Township, but other sections of the township to the west and south are commonly considered parts of Feasterville, while the community of Trevose extends into Bensalem Township. Lower Southampton to the north is part of the Langhorne Post Office. The CDP is actually a relatively densely populated residential area between the two communities’ central business districts.


  • Feasterville-Trevose Schools – Schools and programs  in the Feasterville-Trevose area.
  • Feasterville-Trevose Fire Company –  The fire company originally started as the Feasterville Emergency Corporation first organized at a chapel on January 16, 1942. The first committee was appointed and assigned the task of notifying residents to clean up fire hazards and to collect information concerning fire equipment.
  • Feasterville Rotary Club – Rotary is a global network of community volunteers. Rotary members are business, professional, and community leaders who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

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