A moving company can provide a range of services, from packing and loading to transporting and storing items until you're ready to move them to your new home. You can select the items you want to store and let the moving company take them to a secure, climate-controlled storage facility. Yes, you can hire storage unit transporters from Moving Help for any type of storage unit, regardless of whether it is with U-Haul or not. Most companies include 30 days of storage in their estimate.
This means that you won't have to pay separately for a full month of storage, as well as avoiding all the additional costs of automatic storage. When you book with your moving company, make sure to include the 30 days of storage in your estimate. As an expert in the moving industry, I can tell you that a good rule of thumb is that a moving company might not be the best option if your move lasts longer than six months. However, with Moving Help and U-Haul, you can find a storage unit and a moving company in one place.
U-Haul has many self-storage units, and Moving Help has many storage unit moving companies nearby to help you with your storage unit. If you are going to load your belongings in a U-Box storage container at a U-Haul center, you can ask the carriers of the Moving Help storage unit to help you load your items into the U-Box storage container. You can use the Moving Help storage unit conveyors as an aid, as they have a lot of tools to help you. Since you'll have to clean the storage unit after emptying it, it would be useful to find moving companies that offer cleaning services. You can find them in the Moving Aid Market.
How you want to store your items will depend on your budget, convenience, type of move and size of the move. To give you an idea of storage times in transit, the table below shows how long it can take for a company to make a move. It's important to remember that your move will take a few days to reach its destination. You also have the option of hiring Moving Help storage unit carriers to help you pack your belongings and then load them into your storage unit. You can also have carriers unload their belongings from a storage unit, regardless of size, and place them on a truck.
The moving container also serves as a storage container, meaning that you don't need to unload your items until you finally move to your new home. When it comes down to deciding whether or not to shop at your moving company or hire external storage solutions instead, it's important to consider all factors such as budget, convenience and size of the move. As an expert in this field, I recommend that if you are planning on making a move that will last longer than six months, it is best to look into external storage solutions instead of relying on a moving company. However, if your move is shorter than six months and you are looking for convenience and affordability, then hiring a moving company with access to secure storage units is definitely worth considering.