Three Generations of Excellence
The Perry family name has been involved in the moving and storage industry since the early 1920s when William A. Perry Sr. decided to purchase a freight business just outside New York City in a small town called Nyack, New York. Called Nyack Express, his company first started moving furniture and appliances in and out of Manhattan. In 1962, William Perry Jr. joined his father’s company with an idea to expand their operation and add a division for interstate moving. The father and son duo owned and operated Nyack Express for over 75 years.
In 1990, Rich Perry, son of William A. Perry Jr., decided to get involved with the family business after graduating from college, bringing a background in commercial logistics to the company. Spending more than a decade working with his father, Rich learned everything he could about the moving industry. He had a vision to take the business to the next level by relocating to a different area ample with opportunities for growth and expansion. In 2001, Rich and his brother, Sam, established Perry Moving & Storage in Jessup, Maryland with the two trucks they acquired from Nyack Express. The brothers were on a mission to grow their new business from the ground up. The Baltimore and Washington metro areas continue to be a popular market for businesses, and are a perfect place for Perry Moving & Storage to call home.
As the premiere moving and storage company in the Baltimore and Washington metro area, we strive to exceed our customers’ expectations day in and day out. Our goal is to make every Perry customer a Perry customer for life. At Perry Moving & Storage, our highly trained employees have a desire to help people in the stressful situation of moving. Our state-of-the-art trucks, equipment and moving supplies enable us to perform world-class service with complete customer satisfaction. We will do everything possible to make your move safe, efficient and stress-free. Choosing Perry Moving & Storage will prove to be, “The Best Move You Will Ever Make.”