Bucks County is a county located in southeastern Pennsylvania. The county was formed in 1682 by William Penn and was one of the three original counties he created. Penn decided to name the new county after his hometown in England, Buckinghamshire. Furthermore, many places with Bucks County are also named after locations in Buckinghamshire. Today, Bucks County's is known for its many local shops, historic buildings,
tourist attractions and more.
Our service area includes Bucks County (Bedminster, Buckingham, Chalfont, Doylestown, Furlong, Holicong, Holland, Jamison, Lahaska, Line Lexington, Mechanicsville, New Britain, New Hope, Penns Park, Richboro, Solebury, Southampton, Warminster, Warrington), Montgomery County PA (Abington, Ambler, Blue Bell, Bryn Athyn, Bryn Mawr, Center Square, Cheltenham, Colmar, Conshohoken, Dresher, Elkins Park, Flourtown, Fort Washington, Glenside, Gwynedd, Gwynedd Valley, Hatboro, Hatfield, Horsham, Huntingdon Valley, Jenkintown, Lansdale, Lower Gwynedd, Maple Glen, Meadowbrook, Montgomeryville, North Hills, North Wales, Oreland, Rockledge, Roslyn Rydal, Skippack, Spring House, Willow Grove, Wyncote).