There are many decisions to be made when you plan to move a household. And one of them is doing it yourself or hire a professional moving company. Hiring residential movers and helpers have its benefits, so does doing it yourself.
Do It Yourself Moves
Generally, there are three alternatives to consider when it comes to a residential move. They are; hiring a professional mover, renting a moving truck and doing everything yourself or moving containers.
PODS Units and Rental Trucks
Long distance move is not only time consuming, but it is also an extra cost that you probably don't want to spend. There are many different options to save money and one of them is to get a moving container.
Portable Storage Containers
Renting a truck or storage container and hiring a moving labor service is another way to save money. It is a little more complicated since it involves hiring movers or a couple of strong men to load and unload your belongings. But often it is less expensive than hiring a full service moving company.
Moving Labor Services
Disputes with moving companies are on a rise. Read this guide before hiring a company for your moving needs.
Common Disputes with Movers
Park City Storage 6447 N. Pace Frontage Rd, Park City, 84098 435-214-3097
Silver Creek Self Storage 6400 Silver Creek Dr, Park City, 84098 435-649-5253
Storage Depot 1040 Iron Horse Dr, Park City, 84060 435-649-2741
Summit Self Storage 2640 Rasmussen Rd, Park City, 84098 435-645-9275
The Space Place 4520 N Old Hwy 40, Park City, 84060 435-645-7795
Utah Commodity Storage 2724 Meadow Creek Ct, Park City, 84060 435-649-3333
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.