You have rented a self storage unit and now want to pack it yourself. In this post we provide tips on how to pack and load a storage unit to avoid damages and get the best out of it.
How To Pack a Storage Unit
While packing and relocating, many people usually concentrate on what needs to be done in a new home and forget to protect their furniture. Don't think that nothing will happen to your furniture, damages do happen. Learn how to take care of your household items during a move.
Packing and Protecting Furniture
If you are relocating to a new city or state, firstly you are going to need boxes and packing supplies. There are various types of boxes that are designed to pack different household belongings.
Type of Moving Boxes
Creating an inventory list is one way to prevent problems after the move is completed and can be done without difficulty if a small amount of time is taken before a moving company arrives.
If you have questions about the company you want to reserve for your moving needs, please contact your state regulatory agencies listed in the following list to verify the status of the company.
Moving Company Regulators
Intown Storage 611 S State St, West Harrison, 47060 812-637-6000
Jamison Self Storage 1128 Losekamp Rd, West Harrison, 47060 812-637-3713
S & H Self Storage 23860 State Line Rd, West Harrison, 47060 812-637-5496
Moverscorp.com has provided these listings which are public information drawn from the local internet directories and from our partner companies. 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.