I have moved a lot in the past few years. The first time it was because the house had been foreclosed and the landlord did not tell us. The second time was because I was tired of having a roommate. The third time was because the house got sold, and the fourth time was because the neighborhood was wretched. Apparently, many households in the United States have similar dilemmas. In 2010, 6.7 million of them also decided that they needed to move. And I bet that those 6.7 million households would also have appreciated the ease of pods moving companies taking care of that hassle. How I wish that I had known about pods when I was going through my own personal moving spree.
The United States Census Bureau tells us that in a single year more than fifteen percent of our population picks up and moves. That is a lot of people, and most people do not have the wherewithal or the ability to put everything in their car and drive it down the street to their new house approximately fifty times over because they are too broke to rent a truck. True story. It is a known fact that people with a college degree will move across longer distances and relocate more often than someone who might only have a high school degree. Apparently this fact was determined by a secret government sect spying on me the past few years.
If you have to move a lot, or if for some crazy reason you want to, then moving pods are probably a better solution than my cheapskate tradition of turning my Prius into a rental van.
Come to think of it, pods storage would be a great way to deal with the hassle of finding a place for your furniture and belongings while you are renovating a room in your house. And if you are in a military family and find that you need to make a military move, then these moving pods would be a great choice, too.
Now here is some advice that I can offer you when you decide to use moving pods for your next big move or home improvement spree. Every single moving company will be able to provide liability coverage for your property, by which I mean the ratty old sofa and the banged up bookshelves that they will be transporting for you. Do not forget to confirm that the moving company you pick has that liability coverage! Also, you can save a few dollars by being flexible with your move date. Consider moving in the middle of the month or the middle of the week when rates from the moving service are likely to be cheaper! And lastly, do not pack your valuables in your bed sheets.
You will be in such a rush to unpack your sheets that you will disturb and fling out all the valuables all over the floor before you can remember that you had wrapped your vases in your comforter.
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