About Us


Patrick Moving and Storage is a family-owned, service-oriented business located, in Bronx, NY. Patrick, the owner-operator, spent more than ten years working over the road, where he learned that moving is as much about caring and relocating the people, as it is about the science and logistics of relocating their possessions. So, in 2007, he decided to open a store front, in order to be able to share his expertise and help his neighbors in his local Bronx community.


We specialize in local moves, but also offer long distance moving services, within the contiguous United States, in our clean, modern, GPS-equipped trucks. Whether you are relocating from a house, an apartment, a condo or a dormitory room, we have the experienced, congenial staff to help you.

Specialized Handling

We are also well trained to handle valuables such as antiques, fine art and a variety of fragile items, such as glassware, mirrors, etc.

Packing Supplies

Don’t worry about collecting odd boxes from the community. We can supply you with an assortment of boxes and packing supplies.

Packing Services

And, yes, we will even do the packing for you!

Last Minute Moves

Don’t worry. We understand that everything in life cannot be planned. If a new job or unexpected circumstances has you zipping to a new zip code, we’ve got you covered! Please take a moment to browse through our site to learn more about our moving company and how we can serve you.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.


We have a solid reputation, because our goal has always been to deliver quality, value and service. . . with heart!

• We care about people.
• We know our neighbors.
• We respect the community.
• We provide outstanding service.
• We offer reasonable prices.

We pride ourselves on being able to create happy, smiling, satisfied customers.

A recent PIX11 News story is but one example of the human side of Patrick, the Patrick Moving and Storage company founder. He is a man with a big HEART, located in the HEART of the Bronx. When asked why this Good Samaritan did what he did, he said, “You have to treat the person the way you want to be treated.”