At Cube Movers Ltd, we understand that putting your possessions or business belongings into storage can be daunting. You don’t know where to start and you don’t know which moving company you can trust, worry not! Cube Movers is here with you every step of the way. We want people to have an easy, relaxed experience when putting their belongings into storage. So, here is our short guide for newbies leaving their belongings with a storage company such as Cube Movers for the first time! Each step you need to ensure you are aware of and once you find a storage company that ticks all of the following boxes, you’re good to go.
This one’s not so surprising and is probably the very first thing you should consider looking at before anything else. The storage company needs to be located within a reasonable distance of you for obvious reasons, but also on the off chance of an emergency and you need to access your property at any given time, traveling across the country is not ideal!
Ease & Convenience
Does the company you have in mind allow access at all times throughout the year for you to nip back and forth whenever you please? Do they have vehicles available to collect and deliver your items when moving? Having to do something like this yourself can cause a lot of issues – you may not have enough space in your vehicle, or simply just have not enough time.
It’s easy to be over-charged when leaving your property with someone else, especially if you do not have any idea about reasonable pricing in this area. So, make sure you do a little bit of research beforehand so that you don’t end up getting scammed or over-charged, and are paying an affordable amount.
Nobody wants to be paranoid their belongings aren’t being kept safe. When you leave your property with a storage company, you want to be able to know that you can trust them and that they will do their best to protect your belongings at all costs. It’s important that you are sure that the storage company you are considering has a state-of-the-art CCTV system and 24-hour on-site security – otherwise, you may want to look somewhere else!