If you are moving yourself, there is nothing worse than to find out at the last minute that you're missing equipment or supplies. Here is a list of moving equipment and supplies you will need for DIY move.
Equipment and Supplies for DIY Moving
When it comes to moving, there are many options available: do it yourself, movers, daily laborers, etc. The internet is also full of expensive and cheap movers. If you are going to hire a cheap company, don't take it at a face value and do your research.
It is never too soon to start preparing for your move. Avoid last minute stress by creating a to-do list of things you need to get done during the weeks prior to moving day.
Moving and storage go hand in hand. But before you rent a storage unit, make sure to look into a respectable self storage company in your local area.
Self Storage Tips
Most self storage facilities have restrictions that are meant to protect the units and the items that are stored in it. The list is very similar to the list of items that are not allowed to be transported by moving companies.
What You Are Not Allowed to Store
A Plus Storage 5550 Blue Ridge Dr, Blue Ridge, 30513 706-632-9300
ABC Self Storage 4731 Appalachian Hwy, Blue Ridge, 30513 706-258-1100
Blue Ridge Mountain Storage 10081 Blue Ridge Dr, Blue Ridge, 30513 706-632-3547
Georgia Mountain Self Storage 29 State St, Blue Ridge, 30513 706-258-3100
Sugarcreek Mini Storage 334 Scenic Dr, Blue Ridge, 30513 706-632-7422
Moverscorp.com has provided this listing which is public information drawn from the local phone and internet directories. To inquire about storage prices, availability, and units sizes please call the phone numbers listed above. Remeber, the cheapest storage unit is not always the best value. Secure and clean storage facility prices are usually higher than other places, but it's totally worth it.