Renting a moving truck is one of the popular ways to move a small household. It's cheaper than hiring movers or helpers, but it requires you to load and unload your possessions. Here are some tips on how to load a rental truck.
Loading a Moving Truck
Most self storage facilities have restrictions that are meant to protect the units and the items that are stored in it. The list is very similar to the list of items that are not allowed to be transported by moving companies.
What You Are Not Allowed to Store
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
Instead of hiring a full-service company you may load your possessions into a moving container or trailer, and have a transportation company deliver your items.
You Load We Drive Service
Before hiring a local mover or helper, you should know what services they offer. Most companies have policies that they follow and it is the customer's responsibility to read and understand those policies.
Moving Company Policies
Amelia Self Storage 1359 W Ohio Pike, Amelia, 45102 513-752-9266
Circle Storage 1833 E Ohio Pike, Amelia, 45102 513-797-4111
D & B Mini Storage 3377 State Route 132, Amelia, 45102 513-797-8555
First Security Self Storage 2191 State Route 125, Amelia, 45102 513-797-5508
Sto-A-Way Storage 1166 W Ohio Pike, Amelia, 45102 513-752-4312
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.