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Moving Storage

It seems that for most people, anything to do with moving can be last minute! So instead of being forced to make a hasty decision, give yourself enough time to thoroughly check out your storage options.

Your Moving Storage Options

Moving companies offer various services, there are huge benefits of having one company handle everything! This can save you time and money. The moving company will generally move the items into storage, and then deliver them to you when they're able to schedule it. You can also choose self-storage units, but you do all the work! There is also mobile storage, this is a large, portable container that is is dropped off at your home or business that you are responsible to load.

Location:
It might seem obvious, but consider a facility close to you. Frequent visits can add up so save money and time and stay close. With all options, be sure to be aware 24-hour access options and what regular business hours they keep

Size:
Your future needs for storage may not be the same as your current so make sure the facility has options that will meet your needs.

Pest Control:
What kind of pest control does the facility use or offer? Also, look around the facility to make sure the place is kept up.

Security:
The security is an important factor. Find out how the security hours operate. Make sure the facility is in a safe neighborhood and that you feel comfortable visiting after-dark?

Price:
Price depends on size, storage, and any special requests. Many storage companies will offer the first month free. You just have to look around. Remember, do not chose solely on price. The security and reputation of the storage company are also important points to consider.

Special Needs
When considering a storage facility, be sure it meets all your needs. For example, climate control may be extremely important. because humidity and extreme temperatures can wreck havoc with some of your goods.

Do I Really Need This Junk?
It has been said that most households will use 20% of the items that they have on a regular basis. The rest is usually just junk. Keep this in mind.

Some things to consider when looking at mobile storage:

  • The storage container will be moved once it is loaded. The company will not allow you to keep the container on your property. Most storage companies will set up a time frame in which you are to load.
  • Be sure that if you live in a condo or apartment that you have permission from the landlord.
  • The mobile storage container must be on a flat, level surface. If you live on a hill, mobile storage may not be an option.
  • Mobile storage is cost effective though the rates will depend on the individual facility.
  • The company will not re-pack your items. This ensures that everything is in the exact place as when you loaded it.
  • Not all mobile storage facilities offer insurance for your goods, not all do. Insurance is a good thing to have just in case anything were to happen.

How to pack the container:

  • Not all containers are waterproof. Make sure your items are protected before you load them.
  • Fill all empty space in the container with blankets or bubble wrap to ensure that none of your items are damaged by shifting.
  • Use large boxes to pack light items and your smaller boxes to pack your heavier items. You will have to carry it!
  • For extra safety, use a padlock for your container and above all do not forget the code!
  • It is always good to keep an inventory of the items you pack so that they can be easily found later.

Some More Moving Tips:

Mirrors and pictures: Do not lay your mirrors or pictures flat as they could be crushed. Wrap your mirrors and pictures with bubble packing to protect them from damage.
Appliances: Heavy appliances are a challenge to pack and move. Make sure that the appliances clean and dry before being packed and stored to avoid the formation of mildew.
Clothing: Placing your clothing in a plastic moving tub will insure that moths and rodent will be kept out. Your shoes and bags should be placed in a like container.