Are you moving to or from Harrisburg, PA or perhaps to the surrounding area? GeorgeWeaverMoving.com allows you to request a quote from the best Harrisburg
moving company!

George W. Weaver and Son, Inc. is the leading moving company for the Harrisburg, PA area. George W. Weaver and Son, Inc. is a licensed and insured Harrisburg mover, providing high-quality and customer service. Our commitment to service and excellence
in the moving industry has given us an unsurpassed reputation for quality, timeliness,
and proper handling for our client’s moving needs. Geo. W. Weaver specializes in moves local to the Harrisburg, PA area, as well as corporate moving and international moving.
If you reside in the Harrisburg, PA area, or are thinking about moving to Harrisburg,
Geo. W. Weaver is happy to assist with the details and make your move to the
Harrisburg area one of ease.

As the leading moving company in Harrisburg, Geo. W. Weaver can also provide short
or long-term storage for your personal property. Our team is well-equipped to handle
your items with care, so you can be assured that your property is safe and in the hands
of the best movers in Harrisburg!

We proudly serve the Harrisburg, PA and Cumberland, PA areas. If you are nearby these areas, please feel free to call or request a quote. We would be happy to accommodate your moving needs!

Pro Tips

  • Be realistic about what you can get accomplished when preparing for a move based on the amount of time available before the move.

    Overloading yourself and other members of the family with things to do will only heighten stress and reduce preparedness.
  • If you're concerned that important papers, photos, or records and recent mail may get misplaced consider express mailing them to your new address for delivery upon your arrival.
  • Before the northAmerican driver leaves for your new location, provide a phone number where you can be reached and an alternate contact as a back-up.
  • Having a garage sale prior to your move can save you money two ways - you'll have fewer items to move and you pocket money from the sale of the items.
  • Have the kids pack a box of their "special" items. Point this box out to the northAmerican driver so it's on of the first to be unloaded.
  • You might want to make plans on moving day to have pets stay with a friend or neighbor to avoid over excitement and assure they don't get in the way.
  • When moving plants to your new home by car, don't allow the foliage to rest against windows. Leaves can be scorched.
  • Once you reach your new home, wait for the TV and VCR/DVD to come to room temperature before plugging in.
  • To avoid the loss of smaller items (e.g. remote controls, canister lids, wrap each in a brightly colored tissue before packing into boxes.
  • Wrap dishes in plain newsprint and pack vertically rather than stacking.
  • If possible, use only boxes designed for moving. Boxes obtained from grocery and retail stores may not be strong enough to hold your belongings.
  • Only use your daily newspaper for extra cushion at the bottom of boxes; avoid wrapping individual items as the ink will rub off. It can even get embedded into fine china so be careful!
  • Just in case ...consider transporting items of personal importance or sentimental value with you: Cash, Family photos, Collections, Deeds/wills, Jewelry, Moving documents.
  • In your new home, tape a sign on the door of each room that corresponds to the carton labels - this will help movers get the cartons in the proper rooms quickly.