Do it yourself tips for packing and storing in a self storage unit. Learn how to stack your possessions properly to avoid damages and used the space the best way.
How To Pack a Storage Unit
Moving yourself or hiring pros? One of the most commonly asked questions in our business. This guide provides a few cases when you should not move yourself and hire professional service.
When Not To Move Yourself
The first question you should ask yourself when shopping for a storage unit is whether you need a climate controlled storage or outdoor unit.
Do You Need a Climate Controlled Storage?
Pool table is probably one of the most back breaking things to move. Almost all residential pool tables need to be dismantled in order to be moved from one place to another.
Moving a Pool Table
Usually, the kitchen is the most time-consuming room to pack, it is always more than you expect. It's better to have more boxes and packing supplies than you need so you don't run out when packing.
Packing Your Kitchen
Most local moving companies and helpers charge for their moving services based on hourly rates. By knowing this, you can do as much as you can to cut down on the time.
Tips for Moving at an Hourly Rate
If you are renting a moving container to ship your possessions, you should receive a list from a company of non-allowable items. Find out what you can not put in a moving container.
Non-Allowable Items in Moving Containers
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