How to find the perfect apartment after graduating from college.

2019 Guide for Moving Into Your First Post-College Apartment

Graduating from college is one of the greatest achievements in anyone’s life. All the late nights writing term papers and weekends spent confined to the library have finally paid off, and now it’s time to join the real world and put your new skills to use. Depending on what your plan is after graduation, you’ll either be moving back in with your parents or looking for your very first apartment. If you’re getting ready to hit the ground running by moving out for good, trying to find the perfect apartment can be intimidating – but it doesn’t have to be. If you plan ahead and use proper strategizing, you’ll be unlocking the door to adulthood in no time. At Meehan’s Family Moving, we know how difficult this process can seem, which is why we put together a guide on how to find your first apartment after college.

Know Your Budget

The first thing you need to do before you even start looking is to know your budget. Do you already have a job lined up, or are you still going to be working part-time until you find something better? Are your parents going to help you out financially until you get on your feet? If you already have a job lined up, try to work out how much you’ll be making each month. If your salary can vary from month to month, base your calculations on the lowest possible salary you may earn one month so you can be prepared for the worst – that way, you’ll know that you always have enough money to cover all of your expenses, and on the months you make more, you can use the extra money to do something fun for yourself, add cash to your savings, or pay off some of your student loans. If budgeting was never one of your strong suits, try downloading a budgeting app on your phone to help you stay on top of your finances – it’s like having your own personal financial adviser in your pocket!

Account for Every Expense

Remember that rent isn’t going to be your only expense. You’ll need money for utility bills, groceries, and household items like toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning supplies, internet connection, and more. Depending on where you end up settling down, you may even need to account for HOA or other neighborhood maintenance fees. On top of living expenses, consider everything else you’ll need… including phone service, medical insurance, car insurance and gas, bus fares, and more.

Start an Emergency Fund

No matter how well we plan, sometimes things happen that are out of our control. Whether it’s an unexpected medical expense or a flat tire, you want to have the funds to be able to cover these unexpected costs that may occur.

Additionally, set up a “rainy day” fund. Maybe you had a stressful day at work and need some comfort pizza when you get home, or you want to be able to go out with your best friend for your birthday – either way, accounting for our mental health is just as important as any other expense. Now, don’t go crazy and irresponsibly spend all your money, but there is nothing wrong with the occasional splurge on something that will make you happy – in fact, it’s highly recommended to set up a fund for this purpose, so you don’t feel guilty dipping into your rent money or savings.

Set Your Parameters

Now that you know your budget, set up parameters for yourself. What amenities do you absolutely need? How far are you willing to commute to work each day? Will you have a car with you, or will you need to rely on nearby public transportation? Make a list of must-haves, of wants, and of deal breakers for your future home. Keep in mind that it’s OK to adjust this list as you go, but make sure not to settle out of desperation and end up sitting frozen in your apartment all winter because when you signed in the summer, you figured you could get by without heating.

Start Your Search

Even if you’re not ready to sign your lease immediately, start browsing apartment listings to get an idea of what’s out there. Check out local Facebook apartment search groups, Craigslist, or online apartment search services like Apartment Guide, Apartments.com, Apartments List, ForRent.com, Hotpads, Lovely, PadMapper, rent.com, or Zumper. These sites will allow you to refine your search by area, amenities, price, and more. However, they may not account for things like the city’s plans to change the bus routes or other important factors that could influence your life in your new home, so make sure to ask all the right questions to know exactly what you’re getting yourself into.

Ask for Help

While you may be inclined to do everything by yourself, there is nothing wrong with asking for help – and you’ll probably need it. In fact, many first-time apartment renters are required to get someone with better credit to cosign the lease. Ask your parents, grandparents, or other relatives if they would be willing to cosign for you, just in case. You also may want to have someone with more rental experience come with you to view the apartment – you may not know what red flags to look out for or which questions to ask. An experienced relative or friend can also help you read through the lease agreement and fully understand the fine print, as well as help you negotiate certain terms. If your budget allows it, you may even want to consider hiring a real estate agent to help you.

Call Meehan’s Family Moving Service

Once you’ve found an apartment, give us a call! We have been in the moving industry for generations, and our excellent standard of work means that we’ll treat your possessions with the utmost respect and care. Contact us online or give us a call at (561) 904-6000 for a free quote, then sit back, relax, and get ready to start your new life!

Reasons to move to South Florida.

Why Not Move to Sunny South Florida?

Ready to bask in the sun? We’ve helped so many families with long-distance moves into Florida. Contact us today for a free quote!

If you’re too busy shoveling snow, putting on 14 layers of clothing to walk your dog, and wrapping up your kids in so much clothing that they can barely walk to school, it’s time to stop what you’re doing and pay attention. What if I told you that with one simple move, you’d never have to do any of that again? No, this isn’t a hypothetical question; It’s totally possible right here in sunny South Florida!

Live Where They Vacation

To start, in South Florida you are never too far from the ocean—an ocean that you can visit year-round without freezing your toes off. There are few things as calming as feeling the salty ocean breeze on your skin and listening to the waves crash against the shore. You can have your own personal oasis every day in South Florida within a quick drive—or walk—to the beach!

Warm Summers… and Winters Too

Speaking of cold, winter is usually a time of staying indoors as long as possible, cranking up the heat, and wearing layer on top of layer if you were to go out and brave the cold. But in South Florida, the winter is our time to shine. Even during the coldest days and nights the rest the country experiences, South Florida shines bright and stays comfortable for everyone. If you wanted to, you could still hit the beach and enjoy some fun in the sun. Invite your friends and family that stayed up north after you move, they’ll appreciate the climate change!

The Excitement of Having it All

Think you’ll miss your bustling city life while living in South Florida? Between Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Delray Beach, and West Palm Beach, you’ll never be too far away from world-class restaurants, bars, and clubs! That means that you can have a home in a nice, quiet area while still enjoying the entertainment that big cities are known for; the best of both worlds.

Ready to Make the Move?

Moving is never easy, but if you were to move anywhere, why not choose South Florida? You can get year-round sunshine, world-renowned restaurants, beaches that are never too far away, and a non-existent winter! If you’re thinking about making your big move to sunny South Florida, call Meehan’s Family Moving. We are third-generation moving specialists and we understand the importance of quality, security, and customer care while moving. Our number one goal is making the whole process worry-free. Contact us here for your free quote or give us a call us at (561) 904-6000. we look forward to hearing from you!

Leaving Florida? Here Are 3 Tips When Moving To A New State

Leaving Florida? Here Are 3 Tips When Moving To A New State

Relocating to a new state can be exciting, but it can also be extremely stressful. There’s so much to be done, and it never feels as though there is enough time for everything. Unless you’re a superhero, it can difficult to balance all of these new changes along with an interstate move. Meehan’s Family Moving wants to help make this transition more comfortable for you with these three tips.

1. Start Packing

– Preparation is the key to success when it comes to moving. Don’t wait until the last week before you move out of state to get started on packing. This process can be more stressful and time-consuming then you imagine. Begin going through your stuff and be realistic about what you’ll be bringing with you. Don’t delay your move as you pack up the last few boxes on moving day.

2. Declutter Your Space

– Long distance moving is calculated by the distance and weight of your items. Shed some of the dead weight and save yourself some extra cash. Anything you want to leave behind can either be sold or donated if you prepare ahead of time. Ideally, this prep work could begin in the months leading to the big move before things get too hectic. So declutter and rid yourself of extra baggage that will only cost you more money to move.

3. Get Moving Insurance

– Insurance coverage can be a lifesaver if your property were to be lost or damaged in a long distance move. Protect your assets and look into different coverage plans in preparation for the big move. In the worst case scenario, this can help you recuperate any monetary value of your property. Keep in mind this will not be able to replace anything of sentimental value. Do your research and go with a moving company with excellent reviews right off the bat to lower your risk. Here at Meehan’s, we know that some things are simply irreplaceable.

We’re With You Every Step of The Way

At Meehan’s Family Moving, we know you have a million things to do so let us take this extra load off your hands. As full-service residential movers, our goal is to make your journey as stress-free as possible. Call us at (561) 904-6000 or visit us here to get a quote for your long distance move.

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3 Things to Consider when Choosing a Cross-Country Moving Company

Moving is one thing, but moving cross-country presents a whole new set of challenges and stressors. It takes more time, more money, more organization, and more help, so when choosing a moving company for your big move, what should you look for? Stick to these three tips and you’ll be in trusted and able hands during this stressful time in your life.

1. Check for their licenses and insurance. For an out-of-state move, look for the US DOT number which has been approved and distributed by the United States Department of Transportation. Once you see that they have one, check that it is valid using the DOT database. For California moves, it’s called a Cal T license, so make sure to look for that instead. On that same website, you can check if they are currently insured so that you will not be responsible if anything were to happen. A bonus would be if your personal items were covered during the move, but if not, you could always reach out to an outside insurance company.
2. How long have they been in business? Do they have reliable reviews? Choosing a company with many years of experience under their belt means that they have stood up against the competition and have proved themselves to be a responsible and reliable moving company. Additionally, check some online review sites or testimonials to see if they have any specific strengths or weaknesses.
3. Ask what their rates include. Out of state moves can get expensive very quickly, making it extremely important to get your budget in check. Do their rates include gas? Does it change based on the season or days of the week? This is also something you can look at reviews for—any hidden charges will be first and forefront in negative reviews.

As third generation moving specialists and over 10 years in the business, here at Meehan Family Moving we understand how stressful moving can be. We’re here to make your move—whether local or cross-country—as easy as possible. For movers you can trust, call 561-708-4693 or visit us online at www.meehansfamilymoving.com.

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6 Tips For A Painless Long Distance Move

Moving is daunting, but moving out of state can cause a whole host of anxieties that can seem a little out of control. It could appear impossible to fit 10+ years of accumulated stuff into boxes and drag it across the country, but people do it all the time! With these simple preparation tips, moving out of state will be much more manageable and relaxed.

Create a To-Do List

Even the act of creating a list can calm anxieties and make your list of things to get done seem less intimidating. Bonus points if you create a calendar to-do list, meaning you give yourself a few tasks each day to break it up over the course of a month or so. Some things we suggest you put on that list: electricity, cable, dates for each room/section of the house to pack, when and how you are getting to the new home, etc.

Clean House

This could be the most important step. Most of us can be put under the hoarder category; we keep every little thing because “we might use this in the future.” While that may be true, it’s best to get rid of things that you haven’t used—or seen—in the last 6 months. You most likely won’t need it or even know that it’s gone in the first place. Getting rid of these little things really add up and make packing much more succinct and organized.

Set a Budget

The expense of moving can add up pretty quickly—between flights, gas, moving companies, internet, cable, electric, etc., you could end up blowing your funds out of the water. By setting a budget, it is much easier to keep track of how much you’re spending so you can keep everything in check, causing less economic stress on you and your family.

Find A Moving Company You Can Trust

Your stuff is important to you, and we get that. As a family business, we understand that the little stuff can mean the most to you. Finding a moving company that you can trust relieves a bulk of the stress that comes along with moving. Pick a company that will treat your stuff like it’s their own.

Pack Smart and Don’t Procrastinate

Remember when you were in school and procrastination was a way of life? The same principle applies to packing—pack smart and pack early to make moving out and moving in as calm as possible. Pack similar things together and start as early as possible to avoid stress.

Keep An Emergency Bag

As much as we don’t want to think about it, accidents happen. Maybe your car breaks down mid-move or your plane has a technological issue and has to hold off from boarding until further notice; no one wants to be without clean clothes. Try to make the best out of a bad situation by packing a bag with the essentials. Such a small detail can make a big difference in your sanity and comfort when travel plans get derailed.

car making a long distance move

Long-Distance Moving Tips for a Successful Move

Moving anywhere is complicated, and long distance moves are typically the most challenging. They are more expensive and come with a complete change of environment. But with some extra planning and a local moving company you can trust, you can avoid some of the pitfalls of long-distance moving. If you’re planning a long-distance move, check out these tips from the experts at Meehan’s Family Moving.

1. Plan Ahead

The best way to make sure your long-distance move goes smoothly is to make sure you plan ahead. Research local moving companies and read customer reviews to make sure they are reliable, trustworthy, and offer fair prices. Reach out to the company you choose about 3 months in advance to ensure you can book the date and time you want. Moving companies are especially busy in the summertime, but by planning ahead, you won’t have to worry about getting a mover at the last minute.

2. Downsize Your Belongings

With long-distance moves, you typically pay based on how much stuff you have. Packing is the perfect time to clean out those boxes that have been collecting dust in your basement for years. Consider donating or selling items you no longer use.

3. Label Boxes

That Sharpie is about to become your new best friend. Be sure to label each box while you are packing and be as detailed as possible. Write down the items in each box and the room to which it belongs. This will expedite the moving-in process.

4. Plan Furniture Placement Locations

It’s a smart idea to consider where you want your furniture to go in your new home to make sure it will all fit. If your new home is smaller than your current one, it’s possible that the new home will feel crowded if you bring all your furniture. If you don’t have a place for an item, get rid of it before the move.

5. Make a Plan for Your Car

Your vehicle needs a moving plan as well. Will you be driving it, or do you need to ship it? Figure this out as early as possible. You typically need to book a car shipment several weeks prior to your move to make sure you have a vehicle to drive once you reach your destination.

6. Plan for Your Pet

Long-distance moves can be very stressful for our beloved animals. Make sure your pets have updated ID tags and appropriate carriers before the move. Research pet-friendly hotels in advance and during the move, be sure to take enough bathroom breaks for them.

Reliable Long-Distance Movers in Palm Beach County

Meehan’s Family Moving is committed to easing the stress of a long-distance move for you and your family. With years of experience in the moving industry, our professional movers take pride in putting our customers first. Meehan’s Family Moving carries out moves from Florida to states along the East Coast, in the North East, and the South. To find out how we can help with your next long-distance move, call us today at (561) 904-6000.

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5 Things to Think About When Moving to Florida in the Summer

Florida summers are unlike anything else! Contact us today and receive a free quote and some advice about what you can expect as a Florida resident.

Thinking about relocating to the Sunshine State this summer? From the weather to location, Florida has so much to offer. Here are five things to keep in mind if you are planning on moving to Florida during the summertime.

1. Weather

A definite perk about moving to Florida, summertime or not, is that it is sunny and warm year round. You will never have to worry about snowstorms or blizzards ever again.

Although Florida is known as the Sunshine State, the weather can be extreme. During the summer, temperatures can reach 90℉ and higher, and the air becomes thick and humid. It is important to stay hydrated and cool to avoid heat exhaustion.

If you are planning on moving to Florida, it is important to be aware of the weather. June is the beginning of hurricane season. Due to the location and weather systems in Florida, residents should always be in the know about hurricanes and their activity.

2. Beaches

Florida is well known for its beaches. In fact, you’ll never be more than 60 miles away from the coast! If you are considering moving to Florida, know that you can take advantage of the beach being your new backyard.

Moving in the summer is the perfect time so that you can take full advantage of the crystal blue waters and sandy beaches.

3. Plants and Animals

Along with the beaches, Florida is known for the abundance of exotic plants and animals that reside here. The year-round summer weather makes for year-round green!

A perfect example of this is the Florida Everglades. There is a variety of plants and wild animals that you can come across. It is a perfect place to explore and travel around. You can check out beautiful birds, magnificent alligators, and other native residents to the Florida swamp.

4. There’s Something for Everyone

On top of the wildlife, there are many different cities to check out that offer a variety of activities to do in Florida during the summer. There truly is something for everyone, no matter the age.

West Palm Beach and Jupiter are cozy and quiet places to live. Miami and Fort Lauderdale are larger, and perfect for nightlife fun. Orlando has Disney and Universal Studios to get your adrenaline pumping. There’s event St. Augustine, one of the oldest cities in America, which is full with history and architecture.

5. Tourist Season

Summertime is one of the best times to move to Florida because there are not as many people in the area. Many of Florida’s residents only live in the state part-time, and typically leave Florida for the summer.
Summertime is also the off season for tourists. Roads and beaches are usually less crowded, making navigating and exploring your new area even easier.

Palm Beach County’s Most Trusted Family Movers

Planning on moving into the area this summer? Meehan’s Family Moving is here to make it easy. Our team of professional Palm Beach movers offer full-service packing and moving solutions to fit your budget. We strive to make your next move fast, affordable, and convenient.
Contact the Meehan’s Family Moving team today at (561) 904-6000 to schedule your free, no-obligation quote on our packing and moving services. We look forward to making your next big move easy!

Florida summers are unlike anything else! Contact us today and receive a free quote and some advice about what you can expect as a Florida resident.

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The Differences in Cost of Living Between States

In many ways, moving cross country in the U.S. is much easier than moving to another country. You don’t need to learn a new language, don’t have to trade in your money for new bills, and you don’t have to acclimate to a new culture and pace of life.

However, there’s one thing that most people don’t consider: the change in the cost of living.

Cost of living fluctuates a huge amount from state to state. States on the lower end of the economic spectrum will cost you less to live in, but also tend to be farther away from the major cities. This post will break down all you need to know about the cost of living and how to choose wisely between different states.

long distance movingHow Do You Calculate the Cost of Living?

Cost of living is calculated by measuring and indexing the average price of necessities like housing, utilities, transportation, food, and healthcare, and comparing it to the cost of the same items in other states. Housing is probably the single greatest cost and tends to be a good informal measuring stick of cost of living.

What State has the Lowest Cost of Living?

Mississippi is the state with the lowest cost of living, followed by Kentucky and Arkansas. These states are so cheap because of the low price of housing, utilities, transportation, food, and healthcare. In Mississippi, the median home price is $112,000, 5 times less than that of the most expensive state (Hawaii, at $589,500).

What State has the Highest Cost of Living?

Hawaii. Because of its natural beauty, beaches, and attraction as a tourist location, closely followed by New York, Delaware, California, and Connecticut. Hawaii and New York both have high housing costs, though for different reasons: beaches for the former, and the lack of space for the latter.

cost of living between statesWhy is Hawaii so Expensive?

The main reason Hawaii is so expensive to live in is that almost all supplies like food or gas must be shipped in from the mainland, driving prices upward. Due to its natural beauty, Hawaii attracts successful CEOs and business people who want to vacation or retire in paradise and are willing to pay a premium for it.

Hawaii also has the highest quality of life of all the states. Strangely, New York, second for cost of living, comes in at 22nd for quality of life. Delaware ranks 26th and California 23d. Just goes to prove that beach always beats city when it comes to relaxing.

Florida’s Cost of Living

So, what about down here in Florida? We’re not too bad. We’ve got a good balance of a low cost of living (28th) and high quality of life (26th). Or maybe you already live here, and are moving to another state? Here at Meehan’s Family Moving we can help you with either.

Moving Long Distance? We Can Help

Ready to get started on your cross-country move? Call the South Florida moving professionals at Meehan’s Family Moving. We have 50 years of experience helping families get settled into their new home, and we never drop the ball!

For affordable and reliable local and long distance packing and moving services, contact us today (561) 904-6000 to learn more about how we can help you make the right move!

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5 Packing Tips for College Freshman

Packing for Your First Dorm Can Be Exciting and a Little Scary

For many people, moving into your first college dorm may be the first time you’re out in the world on your own. The realization of all this new freedom can be both liberating and frightening.

But what about packing? Amidst the chaos of college registration, orientation, and the pure excitement of finally going to college, sometimes the packing process gets put aside until the last minute.

But packing is one of the most important things you can do to prepare for your new dorm! Here are a few college packing tips for a successful move-in day.

1. Cleaning Products

Most people don’t like cleaning, so it’s easy to forget about bringing things you need to clean with. The worst way to remember that you forgot to bring a broom is when someone spills Doritos all over the floor during a study group.

It’s better to bring these things from home or to buy them before you move into your dorm. The prices for cleaning products tend to be a little steep on campus and you may not be able to have a car while living on campus as a college freshman.

2. Anything That Helps You Study

Don’t forget why you’re in college in the first place – to learn!

Everyone has different methods when it comes to studying. Whether you use your laptop, tablet, or flashcards to study, bring anything you’ll need to get the best grades you can get while you’re in college. It may be a little harder and more expensive to get these things after you move on campus.

3. Clothes and Laundry Detergent

Though it may be obvious that you’ll need to pack clothes, consider how many clothes you’re actually packing. Use this as an opportunity to get rid of clothes you don’t wear anymore so that your dorm won’t be cluttered with clothes that are too small for you now.

Also, doing laundry on campus means that you’ll probably need to bring your own detergent. Your roommate will probably get annoyed after the third time you ask to “borrow” theirs.

4. Personal Hygiene Products

Some people use moving into their first dorm as an opportunity to neglect their personal hygiene because there’s no parents around to tell them to brush their teeth. This is not necessarily a good way to make friends.

Don’t become one of these people because you forgot your toothbrush and shampoo at home. There might be some you can purchase on campus, but it’s a much better idea to bring some from home to save money.

5. Something That Reminds You of Home

It’s normal to get a little homesick after moving into your first dorm. Once the excitement dies down, people sometimes start missing their family, friends, and pets back home.

It’s a good idea to bring something, like a special blanket or a picture of your family, that will comfort you whenever you start to miss home too much.

Move into Your First Dorm with Meehan’s Family Moving

It’s stressful enough worrying about packing and moving into your new dorm. Let Meehan’s Family Moving of Palm Beach County help with the most difficult part of the moving process so that you can worry about your first day of college instead.

For more information about what Meehan’s Family Moving can do for you, call us today at (561) 904-6000 for a complimentary, no-risk, no-obligation quote.

The Ultimate Home Moving Checklist: Part One

The Ultimate Home Moving Checklist: Part One

Before The Move

Whether you’re moving across town or cross country, it pays to be prepared. Stay organized with these helpful tips as you count down the weeks until moving day:

8 Weeks Before the Move

  • Hire Professional Movers: Help make the moving process easier for you and your family by hiring professional local and long distance movers. Most moving companies offer full packing services, including full value transit protection on all household items to help ensure a smooth move. For a stress-free move, leave the packing and transportation to the professionals.
  • Get Rid of Junk: Moving is a great opportunity to purge all of the old clothes, appliances, and junk that’s been accumulating in your house. Evaluate what you need to pack, and what items your family can do without.
  • Create a Binder: Keep track of important information and documents that might get misplaced in the move by organizing a binder for you and your family. With all of your files in one place, you’ll be good to go.
  • Plan Ahead & Save Time: If you can acquire a floorplan of your new home, organize where you intend to place your boxes and furniture on moving day. Create an inventory of your home to ensure that all belongings arrive safely.

6 Weeks Before the Move

  • Slow Down on Grocery Shopping: Don’t let it go to waste! Finish using up things that you don’t want to move, such perishables, frozen food, cleaning supplies, and paper goods.
  • Stock Up On Boxes & Shipping Containers: Consider ordering specialty containers such as wardrobe boxes for hanging clothes. Gather spare boxes and containers ahead of time.
  • Sell or Donate: Organizing a community garage sale is a great way to make some extra cash. Before you toss anything, donate the items you weren’t able to sell.

4 Weeks Before the Move

  • Start Packing: Start packing belongings that you will not be actively using before you move, such as books, specialty kitchen appliances, and out-of-season clothing.
  • Label Your Boxes: Ensure that nothing gets misplaced on moving day by labeling each of your boxes with its contents and what room you want it moved into. Not only does this help you know where everything belongs, it also helps professional movers speed up the moving process.
  • Change Your Address: Bills, subscriptions, insurance information, and everything else you receive in the mail should be changed to your new address ahead of time.

3 Weeks Before the Move

  • Cancel Utilities: This tip is especially important! Contact your current utilities providers and confirm the days they will each be disconnected, then set them up at your new home.
  • Forward Your Medical Records: For those moving long distance, have your current healthcare providers forward your medical records to your new provider. If you haven’t yet decided on healthcare providers in your new town, ask to keep copies of your medical records.
  • Arrange Childcare: For families with small children, hiring a babysitter on moving day is a good idea.

1 Week Before the Move

  • Prepare for Your First Night: Set aside things you’ll need on the first night in your new home. Be sure to label your boxes something along the lines of “Pack Last.” That way, it will be the last thing the movers pack and the first thing out of the truck on moving day.

24 Hours Before the Move

  • Double Check the Details: Reconfirm your appointment with your movers and plan your method of payment. Most importantly, now is the time to empty and defrost your freezer and refrigerator.

Prepare Yourself for Moving Day with Professional South Florida Movers

With over 50 years of industry experience, Meehan’s Family Moving is the most trusted source for local, long distance, and commercial movers in Palm Beach County. As third generation moving specialists, we understand how important your move is for you and your family.

It is our goal to ensure a pleasant and stress-free moving experience for you and your loved ones. We offer a wide variety of customizable moving services, from full-service packing to providing you with extra boxes on moving day.

At Meehan’s Family Moving, we’ll offer you the services you need at a price that works within your budget.

So, what are you waiting for? Call Meehan’s Family Moving, South Florida’s premier local, long distance and commercial movers. Contact us at (561) 904-6000 and find out how our family can help yours today!