Von Paris has been serving the Bel Air community
for over 120 years.
Call us for a free estimate today at (410) 879-8500
Trust the Von Paris Bel Air movers to help make your next move stress-free, safe and affordable. Call us today at (410) 879-8500 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.
For more than 125 years, our Bel Air moving and storage services have been providing superior service for residential and home moves, as well as commercial business and office relocation moving services. We are a local business and highly depend on your complete satisfaction.
Von Paris offers professional residential local and long distance moving and full service for business and corporate moves as well. We have truck of various sizes and can easily customize any of our storage services and local moving to meet your specific needs. Von Paris has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We are part of the Bel Air community and volunteer our time and services to help others less fortunate. We will provide you with a personal moving consultant who will assess your moving requirements and provide a free detailed estimate. Von Paris of Bel Air can arrange professional crating services for fine art and fragile wall hangings, as well as providing moving insurance to protect your valuables. We also offer full service packing, self packing options or a combination of both depending on your budget and needs. Our staff will place your belongings into the rooms you designate and we also off the option to unpack your belongings. Von Paris of Bel Air is the smart decision for your next local or long distance move.
Local Information About Bel Air, Maryland
Bel Air was founded in 1780, although its Police Department was not established until 1874. The town is located in Harford County, Maryland. It is the county seat of Harford County as well as a hub for surrounding communities.
With a restored and revitalized downtown, Bel Air offers a complement modern business complexes and bustling shopping malls. Not only are there new residential developments which surround the town, but also neighborhoods of charming of historic homes dating back to colonial days. Commuters to Baltimore, which is 21.4 miles away have the choice of express bus service or using Interstate 95. Nearby amenities include private golf and country clubs, medical facilities, good public and private elementary, middle and high schools, Harford Community College, more than nine churches of different denominations, a regional retail market, numerous banks and their branches, Bel Air’s own Farmers Market, and lovely parks featuring hiking trails and wetlands education areas. Organized by Kiddie Academy, the Bel Air Downtown Alliance’s Summer Movies Nights offers the community to come together six times a year to watch movies under the stars in Downtown Bel Air. What a great place to bring the whole family for a fun, free movie night at the Shamrock Park. Pre-movie entertainment is provided by the Bel Air Cultural Arts Commission.
As of 2013, the population of Bel Air was approximately 10,300 people. Bel Air has cool to cold winters with an average snowfall between 19-24 inches, hot and humid summers, and mild, wet springs.
Some noteworthy people from Bel Air include John Wilkes Booth, assassin of President Abraham Lincoln, and Cigar, the champion racehorse, and the professional powerlifter and body builder, Lisa Aukland
Bel Air has two zip codes: 21014 and 21015.
Welcome to Bel Air.