Frederick County Movers

Von Paris has been serving the Frederick County community
for over 125 years.

For a free estimate call us today at: 410-826-4824

Welcome to the town of Frederick and Frederick County.

Since 1892, Von Paris Frederick County movers & storage has provided superb service for residential moves, as well as commercial office and business relocation moving services. Von Paris is a family owned moving company for five generations and counting. For a free estimate call us today at 410-826-4824.

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Trust the Von Paris Frederick County movers to help make your next move stress-free, safe and affordable. Call us today at 410-826-4824 for a free estimate. Von Paris has been in business since 1892. We take great pride in our work and we know that you will love the moving and storage services we provide.

When comparing Frederick County area moving and storage companies, it’s easy to see why we are top-rated in our class of moving company. We pride ourselves on our reputation and the degree in which we care for your property. Our team is ready to give you a free estimate now!



Our Frederick Movers Offer a Variety of Services

Our professional moving service team pays close attention to your moving requirements and concerns. We will perform an in-home survey of your household goods being transported, and provide you with a free detailed moving estimate with a guaranteed price. Our professional movers have the skill and expertise to efficiently handle the packing, loading, and safe delivery of your goods. We offer a wide array of packing services designed to fit your budget, including full service packing, fragile-only packing and self packing options.

Von Paris uses residence protection to protect doors, floors, tight corners and railings. We will move your belongings into the proper rooms, or if you need, we also offer temporary and long term climate-controlled and safe storage. Von Paris can also handle third party specialty services for disconnect and reconnect of appliances, arrange for specialized crating and dis-assembly and reassembly of large or complex items inside or outside of your home. Trust the Von Paris Frederick County Movers to professionally move all of your belongings, safely and according to your schedule.

Local Information About Frederick County in Maryland

Frederick County, located in the northern Maryland, was created in 1748 from Baltimore and Prince George’s counties. The County was probably named after Frederick Calvert , the sixth and last Lord Baltimore, who was the Proprietor of Maryland from 1751 until his death in 1771. The county seat of Frederick County is the town of Frederick. In 2014 Frederick County transitioned to a charter home rule government.

The city of Frederick has been an important crossroads community since colonial times with its location at the intersection of an important north–south Indian trail, and east–west routes to the Chesapeake Bay. Frederick was an important stop along the migration route that became known as the Great Wagon Road, which came south from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and Emmitsburg, Maryland continuing along the Great Appalachian Valley through Winchester and Roanoke, Virginia. To control this crossroads during the American Revolution, the British garrisoned a German Hessian regiment in the town. The stone, L-shaped “Hessian Barracks” still stands today. After the war ended, many former Hessian solders stayed, marrying into the town’s families and strengthening the town’s German identity. In the early 19th century As the county seat for Western Maryland, Frederick not only was an important market town, but also the seat of justice. Frederick was also known during the nineteenth century for its religious pluralism, with one of its main thoroughfares, Church Street, hosting about a half dozen major churches.

In 1806, President Thomas Jefferson commissioned the building of a national road from Baltimore toward St. Louis. This “national pike,” which later became U.S. Route 40 ran through Frederick along Patrick Street.

In 1846 when the first wave of Irish refugees from the potato famine settled in Frederick, the residents of Frederick began to speak English for the first time in the town’s history. German had been the primary language until then. In 1861 during the Civil War, Frederick briefly became Maryland’s capital city, as the state’s legislature moved from Annapolis to vote on the secession question.

The Frederick Historic District in the city’s downtown houses more than 200 retailers, restaurants and antique shops along Market, Patrick and East Streets. In addition to retail and dining, downtown Frederick is home to 600 businesses and organizations totaling nearly 5,000 employees. A growing technology sector can be found in downtown’s historic renovated spaces, as well as in new office buildings located along Carroll Creek Park. Carroll Creek Park serves as an economic development catalyst, with private investment along the creek functioning as a key component to the park’s success. On the first Saturday of every month, the city of Frederick hosts an evening event in the downtown area called “First Saturday”. Each Saturday has a theme, and activities are planned around those themes in the downtown area.


The Frederick Arts Council is the designated arts organization for Frederick County. The organization is charged with promoting, supporting, and advocating the arts. With over ten art galleries in downtown Frederick, three theaters: the Cultural Arts Center, the Weinberg Center for the Arts, and the Maryland Ensemble Theatre, the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center as well as the Maryland Shakespeare Festival, residents of both the town of Frederick and the country enjoy an abundance of art and theater. Musical organizations in Frederick include the Frederick Chorale, the Choral Arts Society of Frederick, the Frederick Regional Youth Orchestra, and the Frederick Symphonic Band, as well as their own community orchestra, the Frederick Symphony Orchestra.

Located less than one hour from Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Gettysburg, the city of Frederick, Maryland is surrounded by mountain views, wineries, orchards, along with many historic Civil War sites and National and State Parks. In 2012 the town of Frederick received the bronze level Bicycle-Friendly Community award from the League of American Bicyclists. The city is served by MARC commuter rail service, which operates several trains daily, has an express bus route 991, which operates to the Shady Grove Metrorail Station, and a series of buses operated by TransIT services of Frederick, Maryland and Greyhound Lines.

Maryland has ranked among America’s top 3 states for top-quality public education from 2009-2016. The Frederick County Schools (FCPS) achievement exceeds Maryland averages with scores that consistently surpass national averages on measures such as the College Board SAT. Public education is at the heart of the Frederick County community. In Frederick County, the FCPS promises to empower their young people no matter who they are, no matter their backgrounds or circumstances. FCPS wants them to be prepared to succeed in college and careers. All Frederick County high schools rank in the nation’s top 10% for encouraging students to take challenging Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate tests. The 2015 FCPS graduation rate was a high 93.5%.

In Frederick County, residential property values saw an overall increase of 8.7 percent since 2013. Some communities in Frederick County saw greater growth. Values in the Jefferson and Lake Linganore assessment districts grew by double digits, at 10.8 percent and 10.5 percent, respectively.

Frederick County is considered within the Washington metro area with two major cities: Brunswick and Frederick. Frederick County’s towns include: Burkittsville, Emmitsburg, Middletown, Mount Airy, Myersville, New Market, Thurmont, Walkersville, Woodsboro, along with the village of Rosemont. Unincorporated communities within Frederick County include: Adamstown, Ballenger Creek, Bartonsville, Braddock Heights, Buckeystown, Jefferson, Libertytown, Linganore, Monrovia, Point of Rocks, Sabillasville, Spring Ridge, and Urbana.