Relocating a waterbed is a challenging task. If you're planning on doing it yourself, make sure you know exactly how to handle it beforehand. If you don't, here are some helpful tips for you.
How to Move a Waterbed
When the moving company leaves your property, the most stressful part of the moving process is completed. However, there are still some important things that you have to do after movers leave.
After You Moved In
A good place to start saving on a move is by cutting back on moving boxes and packing supplies. There are many ways to get free used boxes and one of them is people that have recently moved.
Free Moving Boxes
Not everyone has an ability to drive a large truck, in this case, mobile containers may be more suitable. Here is a guide for of using a container for relocation needs.
No matter how small your move is, with many moving companies you have to pay their minimum cost which could be a high amount in comparison with your small load.
How to Move Small Loads
Acc Mini Storage 3937 Highway 67 N, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-686-2168
American Storage Systems 2511 Crestwood Dr, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-785-4500
Bluff Self Storage 1103 W State Route 53, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-686-5599
Boyers Mini Storage 3467 Township Line Rd, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-686-3218
Brytte Storage 3464 Highway 67 N, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-785-6918
Comfort Master's Storage 1645 Highway B, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-785-9019
Jiffy Self Storage 3023 S Westwood Blvd, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-785-8703
John's Mini Storage 664 Highway 142, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-785-2698
Shanks Mini-Storage 2643 Crestwood Dr, Poplar Bluff, 63901 573-785-8128
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.