Spring is an ideal time for remodeling as the weather has cleared, permits are secured and contractors are ready. If you are planning an addition or remodel it’s the perfect time to get started, but alas what do you do with the contents of a room such as furniture, appliances, etc. United Mayflower portable storage is a great option and we’ve got a deal for you.
During a remodel items get moved into other rooms throughout the house which is inconvenient and makes your project even messier than ever. Here in Southern California where it hardly rains you can store items outside but the problem is the nightly dew point which gets everything almost as wet as a rain would and if it does rain then you are in deep trouble and tarps never work as well as you’d think.
You can solve all of these problems with a United Mayflower portable storage container. A portable storage unit provides convenience and security for your belongings. Movable storage containers are approximately 16′ long, 8′ wide and 8′ high and hold the contents of a typical 1,500-square-foot home. More than enough room to secure your belongings during a remodel.
Because the units are kept onsite it’s convenient to simply unlock the container when you need access to something instead of driving to an off-site storage unit or rummaging through piles of stuff in your home.
United Mayflower will drop the storage container off when and where you need it and then after your project is done they will simply take it away.
United Mayflower portable storage units are also great for moving and are great when you don’t need to rush as you can load at your own pace and when the unit is full they will pick it up and deliver to your new home or to a storage facility of your choice.
Here’s the deal!
Get $30 off your first month’s rental until June 1. Follow this link and use the coupon code CHARLESANDHUDSON.
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