Mobile moving containers are a great way to store your household and business items. If you decide to go this route, here is a guide to packing and loading a container.
How to Pack a Container
Moving process may seem pretty clear for most of us, but we should realize that it is not. On the final bill you may see charges that doesn't make sense(this is not the case with every move), that is what called "hidden charges". Follow the tips to avoid those unexpected fees.
When packing any electronic equipment, refer to the owners manual first for moving instructions. It is recommended to use the original boxes they came in, but you can also purchase specialty boxes from your local movers.
How to Pack Electronic Equipment
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 customers responsibility to read and understand those policies.
Moving Company Policies
There are times when you should not move yourself. Find out why you should hire professional help to transport your household items.
When Not To Move Yourself
A & A Mini Storage 11 Highway 59, Douglas, 82633 307-358-2995
Arrowhead Mini Storage 223 S 4th St, Douglas, 82633 307-436-5355
Athletic Surfacing International Warehouse 221 S 2nd St, Douglas, 82633 307-358-3859
Big Country Storage 1300 W Richards St, Douglas, 82633 307-358-4875
Coxy's RV & Boat Storage 221 N 9th St, Douglas, 82633 307-436-2508
T & J Maxi Storage 830 E Richards St Ste 5, Douglas, 82633 307-358-3551
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.