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How To Move Out of Mini-Storage

How To Move Out Of Mini-Storage With MakeSpace

Full-service Storage. MakeSpace is taking the "self" out of self storage.

If you’ve got a mini-storage unit in Manhattan, Brooklyn, or Queens, we both know exactly why you need MakeSpace; you’re tired of feeling like your stuff is lost in the warehouse at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark. We want to make moving out of mini-snorrrage as easy as possible. That’s why we’ve tweaked our standard 3-step process to help you get your stuff into the cloud in no time.

Schedule. (Un)Pack. Cloud.

  1. Schedule. Schedule an appointment with MakeSpace, and be sure to let us know that you’re moving out of a storage unit so we can set aside some extra time to take care of you. We can drop off our sturdy green bins ahead of time to give you the opportunity to reorganize and repack, and schedule the pick up on a separate day.

  2. (Un)Pack. On the day of your appointment, our Team will meet you at the storage facility. Feel free to make any final adjustments to your bins as they haul the larger contents of your storage unit, like furniture. We can take any already-sealed boxes as they are.

  3. Cloud. Once you’re done packing, the Upload team will take care of the rest. They’ll load up the truck and take your stuff to the cloud while you close out of your self-storage account (forever!). At this point, you’ll be able to breathe easy knowing you never have to set foot in one of these fluorescent nightmares ever again.

To make your MakeSpace experience a smashing success remember these two things:

  • If you have mattresses, chairs, couches, fireworks, fine art, or bottles of wine in your storage unit, please be sure to figure out a way to deal with those, because we can’t take ‘em.
  • We’ll give you lots of time, but our Uploaders can’t actually help you pack — ya know, for legal reasons — but there’s always a TaskRabbit for that!