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
When planning what to pack and ship in a moving container, consider that the companies provide trailers or containers have restrictions on what they will allow to put in a container.
Non-Allowable Items in Moving Containers
The movers are capable of disassembling and reassembling certain furniture prior to moving. So the question is whether to take everything apart yourself or let your moving company take care of it.
If you are moving in a rental truck or container, check with your city if you need a parking permit when you arrive to destination place. Regulations differ from city to city so it is important to check the requirements for the particular city.
Parking Permit for a Moving Truck
Guide from MoversCorp to what to look out for when shopping for a mover. What you should compare and pay attention to before selecting a local moving company.
Compare and Hire a Mover
B & B Family Storage Llc 1054 W Sumner St, Hartford, 53027 262-673-4100
Buck'S Mini-Storage W303 State Hwy 33, Hartford, 53027 262-629-9575
C & D Storage LLC 4104 County Rd N, Hartford, 53027 262-673-5462
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.