Often when we plan for a move, we are so worried about large and expensive items that forget about little things. Your movers should know what to expect when they arrive at your home.
What You Should Tell Your Movers
Self storage facilities and portable containers have restrictions on what can be stored. The following article will give you a general idea of what you are not supposed to keep in storage unit.
What You Are Not Allowed to Store
There are many decisions to be made when planning a move. And the first one is: Do it yourself or pay professional movers or helpers. There are many benefits of doing it yourself and one of them is definitely to save money and cut costs. But is it right for you?
Moving Yourself VS Hiring Movers
Household and garden plants require careful preparation for a move. Find out if residential movers will move your plants for you.
What are the most overlooked moving expenses? This guide will show you the most forgotten costs when it comes to moving.
The Most Overlooked Moving Expenses
A-No-One Rentals 690 S Illinois St, Coal City, 60416 815-585-2401
Braidwood Storage 200 E 4th St, Coal City, 60416 815-634-3333
Coal Bin Self Storage 655 S Marguerite St, Coal City, 60416 815-634-8567
Diamond Self Storage 225 N Tinman St, Coal City, 60416 815-634-2470
Hometown Storage 2920 Route 113, Coal City, 60416 815-634-3333
Vermillion Storage 505 S Vermillion St, Coal City, 60416 815-634-2899
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.