Moving Rentals

Do you need to find an affordable self-moving alternative to relocate?

Moving Rentals are ideal for the price conscious do it yourself mover. They blend the conveniences of full service moving with the low cost of moving rental trucks. Whether you are moving up the street or to another state, U Pack Moving will create and plan a successful minimal stress-free moving experience for you at a fair and reasonable cost.

U Pack Moving will offer estimates to help you approximate moving expenses. They will deliver an empty trailer or a portable moving and storage container (Relo Cube). You will have up to three business days to pack and load your goods. Then the driver will pick up your belongings and drive them to your new home. You have three business days to unload. All of your fuel and transportation costs will be included in your moving quote.
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Your price will be based on the amount of space you use and not the weight. So make sure you show them every item to be moved, including the contents of your attic, basement and garage. Ask them to explain the estimate in detail to reach a clear understanding of your quote. Also, be sure you receive a written copy of the estimate.


Moving Tips

Pack ahead---Anything you can pack ahead will save you time on moving day. If it's summer, get your winter clothes out of the way. You don't really need 5 radios or TV's around your house for the last few days there. Box up your shampoo and extra toothpaste and live out of a travel cosmetic case for the last week or two. Pare down cooking utensils and food supplies to bare essentials. Wastebaskets can also be packed (put things in them!) while you switch to using plastic grocery bags (hang them on a cabinet door or door handle to collect trash.)

Keep things together---Insist on keeping things together when you or the movers are packing boxes. Keep bookends with books, light bulbs with lamps, and extension cords with appliances. Small, loose parts can be attached to the item they belong to with tape or placed in small envelopes -- to keep picture hooks with pictures, shelf brackets with a bookcase, a special wrench and bolts with the wall unit. Keep larger corresponding items (such as a cable TV cord) in Ziplock bags, and tape these to the underside or back of the item. As a backup, have a "Parts Box" open on the kitchen counter and fill it with cables, cords, parts, pieces, brackets, or nails that are removed from any items of furniture. Keep this box with you, or mark it well with a rainbow of colored stickers so it can be easily located on move-in day.

Have plenty of supplies---Don't make me say this twice-- you'll need LOTS of boxes--probably more boxes than you think, and having enough boxes will make your life easier! (If you buy your boxes from a moving company, you can always return unused boxes for a refund. If you got them free from the grocery, just toss any leftovers.) Have about 10 boxes set aside to use for last minute items on moving day, such as bedding, clothing, and cleaning supplies. You'll need strong plastic packing tape to close up the boxes securely. Use unprinted newsprint (newspaper can stain your items) or packing paper or bubble wrap to wrap and cushion household good. Again, you'll need lots more supplies than you think, so get extra so the packing can go smoothly. Return any unused supplies after the truck is packed.





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