Professional Moving in Allentown, Bethlehem & Easton
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Serving Eastern PA Since 1916
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Moving Company Allentown PA

Professional, Licensed Movers in Bethlehem, PA

Serving the Lehigh Valley, Eastern PA & Beyond Since 1916

Adam Meyer Moving & Storage is a 3rd generation, family-owned moving & storage company serving the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton area and surrounding areas of Eastern PA.  You can count on us for local, intrastate (PA to PA) and interstate (out-of-state) moving, along with specialty moves such as piano, safes and artwork.  Our goal is to make a potentially stressful situation a comfortable, stress-free experience.  We follow CDC guidelines for healthy moves for the safety of your family and our workers.

We also offer on-site storage at our secure 12,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Bethlehem.  In addition, we also offer delivery, pick-up and storage of our 16′ Mi-Box Mobile Storage Containers for your short or long term storage needs.

Residential Moving

Whether you're moving down the block or out of state, trust Adam Meyer Moving & Storage for all your moving needs. With over 100 years of service, our moving company handles all relocations as efficiently as can be.

Commercial Moving

All companies have their own reasons for relocating. At Adam Meyer Moving & Storage, we have the manpower and logistics to handle your commercial or industrial move or employee relocation.


Whether you are decluttering, delayed in closing on your home or just need to store some items, we own our own secure storage facility that will keep your belongings safe until you are ready to move them.

Mobile Storage Containers

Remodeling your home? Staging your house for sale? Want to pack for your move at your convenience? Mi-Box Mobile Storage Containers can help.
One Solution to Move AND Store.

Helpful Moving Tips

All PA movers must have a PA license, not just a DOT or MC.  Licensed moving companies are tax paying companies that provide jobs and obey the law. However, there are many, many unethical and unlicensed movers that prey on unsuspecting customers, especially at the height of the busy summer moving season. Regulation of household goods movers helps protect the public.  The best way to avoid nightmares is to research movers before hiring them.  Here is a helpful link
For a secure box, you should tape the seam on the bottom, and run a piece of tape perpendicular to that seam. Pad the bottom and sides of the box with paper. Depending on what you’re packing, you should wrap each item with paper. When you’ve filled the box to capacity, tape it shut and label it with its contents. Be sure that you label the sides of the box, not the top of the box.
Pack Boxes by the Room
Pack similar items together. It’s best that boxes are filled to the brim to keep them from collapsing. After you’ve filled a box, label it with what it contains and an arrow indicating which side is up. And of course, if it’s fragile, write that on the box as well.

Plates are less likely to break if they’re standing on edge inside the box. You also need to wrap each plate in paper and include plenty of stuffing on the bottoms, sides and in the corners of the box. Put so much stuffing inside the box that the plates don’t have any room to shift around at all.

Don’t wait until the week before you move to start packing your things. There are some items you can pack a couple of months before a move. For example, pack up out-of-season clothes, holiday decorations, china, stemware, and books.

When you’re planning for a move, keep in mind that almost everything will take longer to do than you expect. The best way to keep on track is to plan ahead and stay organized.  Check out our resources page for a general timeline to follow.