We offer both in-transit and self-storage solutions for your storage needs.
Everyone always has hopes that their move will be an easy one, but at Todd’s Easy Moves, we understand that situations beyond your control can quickly derail your plans. Perhaps you’ve already given notice where you are living now and just found out your new place won’t be ready on the same day. While you can stay in a hotel for a few days, you also need to figure out what to do with your belongings. We offer storage solutions for situations such as this because we know they happen more often than not, particularly when selling one home and buying another one, where setting up concurrent closings is often challenging.
We offer a warehouse for any storage needs. Our warehouse on Starlight Drive in Winston-Salem, North Carolina offers storage in transit. We load your belongings on our truck and then move them to this 40,000-square-foot indoor storage warehouse where they are wrapped and stored in a vault. Your furniture is carefully inventoried and weighed, as our storage rates are based on weight. We also offer storage on our trucks for a rate of $95 per night per truck.
How to Easily Organize Your Storage Unit
Putting your belongings in storage for any amount of time, you may think that it’s inevitable that your unit will become a jumbled mess. At Todd’s Easy Moves, we want you to know it doesn’t have to be this way! With these tips, you can easily keep your storage unit organized for as long as you have it:
- Try to use the same size boxes for most of your belongings. This will help you easily stack the boxes and keep random boxes from getting stepped on or damaged in your unit.
- As you put things in your storage unit, take note of the things you might need to access before you move anything out. Keep these items near the front of your unit, so you don’t end up having to go through everything when you just need one item.
- Label everything you pack. Even if you don’t do anything else when you put things in storage, make detailed labelling a top priority.
- Create a master list of everything you put in your storage unit. That way, you know which items you have with you and which ones are in storage.
- Before you move everything into your storage unit, plan a basic layout for the unit. For example, you might plan on putting your bed frame or TV stand near the back, and then putting your boxes in stacks going forward.
- Consider opting for a larger unit than you actually need if it’s in your budget. This will keep you from cramming boxes and furniture into a tight space.
If you have any questions about our storage solutions that can make your move and life a bit easier, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.