Packing fragile goods for moving is a time consuming, but required process. The proper packing is the difference between your breakables arriving to the new home in one piece or in hundreds of small pieces.
Packing Fragile Items
There are times when you should not move yourself. Find out why you should hire professional help to transport your household items.
When Not To Move Yourself
You should always protect your belongings when moving. But at the same time you need to protect your property. Moving appliances and large furniture can cause damages to wood floors, carpet and walls.
How to Protect Carpets, Floors and Walls
Moving small items in a car may work better for you, especially if you are tight on money. Here are some ideas on how to use a car for best results.
How To Pack Your Car For a Move
Do it yourself tips for packing and storing in a self storage unit. Learn how to stack your possessions properly to avoid damages and used the space the best way.
How To Pack a Storage Unit
Cajalco-Temescal Storage Center 20310 Temescal Canyon, Corona, 92881 951-371-5936
Corona Mini Storage 1051 Pomona Rd, Corona, 92882 951-735-8839
Corona Summit Storage Center 2375 Sampson Avenue, Corona, 92879 951-547-1932
Dollar Self Storage 1065 E. Third Street, Corona, 92879 951-738-9557
Public Storage 1510 Pomona Rd, Corona, 92880 800-883-8369
Railroad Self Storage 250 N Cota St, Corona, 92880 951-737-3970
Universal Self Storage 2050 Compton Ave, Corona, 92881 951-272-9501
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