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
When hiring a professional residential moving company or just helpers, it's recommended to create an inventory list. Inventory list represents all of the household items that you plan on taking with you, this is done for your own protection.
You should start planning for the transfer of your pet, as well as for your household belongings, as soon as you know you are going to move. Keep in mind that local helpers and moving companies are not allowed to move pets.
Moving With Pets
Small moves are generally anything around 2,000 pounds, if you're relocating from a studio or small one bedroom apartment this may consider as a small move. Small moves are no different than any other type of move.
Tips for Small Moves
Another humorous guide from MoversCorp. This funny guide explains how to protect your furniture from damages.
How To Protect Furniture When Moving
Moving a fish tank to a new residence can be a real challenge. Make sure your fish tank is the last thing you move and the first thing to arrive at your new home. Here are some additional tips.
How to Move an Aquarium
Mobile moving containers are a great way to store your household and business items. If you decide to go this route, here is a guide to packing and loading a container.
How to Pack a Container
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