Jamison is a community in Warwick Township, Bucks County. The Township has a population of approximately 14,500, and its total area is 11.1 square miles. Warwick was founded in 1733 and is named for a town in central England. Warwick is home to 2 locations on the National Register of Historic Places, the Bridge Valley Bridge and Moland House - Moland House was General George Washington's headquarters from August 10, 1777 until August 23, 1777 while troops were on their way to the Battle of Brandywine.
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) and the surrounding Philadelphia area (Chustnut Hill, Drexel Hill, Main Line, Northeast Philadelphia).