How to Book a Mover
There are many decisions to be made when planning a move. And the first one is: Do it yourself or pay professional movers or helpers. There are many benefits of doing it yourself and one of them is definitely to save money and cut costs. But is it right for you?
Moving Yourself VS Hiring Movers
Musical instruments are extremely fragile and extra attention must be used when transporting them. The moving cost is often higher than regular household items, but the cost of repairing can be even higher.
Packing and Moving Musical Instruments
Some furniture have to be taken apart and reassembled before moving them. Professionals are skilled in reassembling and assembling, but should you do it yourself or let professionals take care of it.
Computers are valuable and also very delicate items. Whether you hire professionals or move yourself, it is important to be extremely careful when packing a computer. Here are few tips on how to prepare a computer.
How to Pack a Computer
Packing plan is geared to put an ease on packing and relocating task. Follow this method closely and find yourself less frustrated before the movers arrive.
Four Weeks Moving Plan
Moving artwork and antiques requires professionals who have necessary knowledge and equipment to handle delicate pieces. We do not recommend to cut corners or hire a company that is not specialized in delicate items. However if the items are not of high price you can consider packing and moving them yourself.
Moving Antiques and Artwork
Aston Self Storage 100 Racoosin Dr, Aston, 19014 610-358-2415
Axis Upland Storage 115 6th Street, Brookhaven, 19015 610-874-3500
Cannon Mini Self Storage 254 W Chester Pike, Ridley Park, 19078 610-521-3535
Delco Storage Center 519 MacDade Blvd, Collingdale, 19023 610-583-1910
Extra Space Storage 199 Wilmington W Chester Pike, Chadds Ford, 19317 888-786-7243
Fairview Self Storage 110 Fairview Rd, Woodlyn, 19094 610-833-2161
Folcroft Secured Storage 1601 Delmar Dr, Folcroft, 19032 610-461-1414
Glen Olden Self Storage 407 Chester Pike, Darby, 19023 610-534-1441
Glenolden Self Storage 407 S. Chester Pike, Glenolden, 19036 610-534-1441
Kaiser Storage 311 W Oak Ln, Glenolden, 19036 610-237-8697
Media Store-It 228 Brooke St, Media, 19063 610-566-6685
Public Storage 4021 Market Street, Aston, 19014 610-497-2320
Public Storage - Self Storage 6330 Market St, Upper Darby, 19082 610-734-1069
Storage King USA 1354 Hook Road, Sharon Hill, 19079 610-583-7867
Storage King USA 3952 N Providence Rd, Newtown Square, 19073 610-356-7867
Storage Solutions 6250 Baltimore Ave, Lansdowne, 19050 610-623-0206
Swarthmore Storage 500 College Ave, Swarthmore, 19081 402-613-6256
The mckee Group 940 W Sproul Rd, Springfield, 19064 610-604-9800
Tri-State Self Storage 1050 Ridge Ave, Darby, 19023 610-915-0705
U-Haul - Self Storage and Truck Rentals 1600 Highland Ave, Chester, 19013 610-494-8226
Waverly Self Storage 690 Burmont Rd, Drexel Hill, 19026 610-623-1700
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 call the phone numbers listed above.
Storage Units in Delaware county
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