Norristown Professional Movers

Since 1919, Mooney's Moving & Storage has been family-owned and operated. We specialize in local and long-distance moving within Norristown, and our in-house moving professionals ensure your furniture and other precious items make it to your new residence in the best condition possible. If you need help with packing up your belongings, we also offer packing assistance services. From boxes to bubble wrap, we have all the packing materials necessary to get your belongings safely to your new space.

Storage While You Move in Norristown

Do you need a place to store your items before you officially move? At Mooney's Moving & Storage, we maintain our own climate-controlled storage space. We also have special containers with specially designed racks for big, bulky furniture like couches. Additionally, we've installed a sprinkler system, and with 24/7 monitoring, you can rest assured your items will be safe while in storage.

Cost of Movers in Norristown

To figure out the cost of your move, we can come to your home for a free moving estimate, or you can fill out the pricing questionnaire on our site. Thanks to our accurate assessments, no matter which method you choose, you can remain confident that the final cost will be as close to the original estimate as possible.

Get Ready for a Hassle-Free Moving Experience

At Mooney's Moving & Storage, we strive to make your move in Norristown stress-free and smooth.

Contact us today at 215-884-3280 or fill out our on-site questionnaire to schedule your free, in-house moving estimate!

Norristown is the county seat of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The area was originally owned by Isaac Norris, who established a gristmill along present-day Water Street. Through the 1800s, Norristown was a center for industry, retail, banking, and government, hosting a variety of breweries, textile mills, foundries, and other production facilities.

Norristown Resources

Norristown Area School District - The Norristown Area School District opened its first school in the area in 1836. Today, the district is home to 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, a high school, and many supplemental learning centers. The district prides itself on making its students motivated, life-long learners.

Norristown Fire Department - The first firehouse for the Norristown Fire Department was built in 1848. Today, the department offers fire suppression and rescue services and emergency medical services to ensure the safety of residents in Norristown and its surrounding areas.

George Washington Carver Community Center - The George Washington Carver Community Center provides Norristown locals with recreational, social, and cultural programs in hopes of enhancing the quality of life within the area. To reach this goal, the center enlists the help of public officials, professionals, and other residents to steer its programming.

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