You bought your new house; you packed up your old house; you rented a truck; you moved it all from the old to the new house in record time; you didn’t forget a thing… even managed to take some dust bunnies with you. But now, you have piles and piles of boxes in your new house.
Between having to meander through your living room, to smashing your knee on that other box in the kitchen and knocking over the boxes piled up in the bathroom, you’ll be lucky if you can finish one room in the house before you either break everything or get so many bumps and bruises that you can barely move. Plus, let’s face it, it’s just really annoying to not be able to move easily from one room to the other or even through one room. So what’s the alternative?
The most obvious alternative is to unpack one room at a time, making sure you have at least the essentials to get you through day-to-day, while keeping all your other boxes in self-storage. This way, you still move out of your old place, but can finish one room at a time, getting rid of those boxes before bringing in more. And you’ll be able to move around in your house without bumping into piles of boxes!
I know what you’re thinking… if you just put stuff in self-storage, then it’s going to end up taking even longer to unpack everything, but, in the long run, that is actually not the case. When your house is full of boxes, you try to get unpacked as quickly as you can so you can actually move around in your house and it is likely that you will end up forgetting where you put things, or end up having to move things around. By unpacking one room of boxes at a time, without the clutter of the others, you’ll be able to take your time and do it right the first time.
Self-storage does not have to be permanent. At STORBOX Self-Storage in Pasadena, your unit can be here for as long as you need it, no more, no less. We exist to make things easier for you. If you think self-storage can help your move or unpacking go a lot more smoothly, contact us today to learn more about the services we offer at (626) 793-9888.