Store on your driveway or inside our secure facility. Load/unload only once. Ground level access.
20’ Container – all weather.
Perfect for 3-bedroom residence.
5-7 rooms, furniture, appliances, etc.
16’ Container – all weather.
Perfect for 2-bedroom residence.
3-5 rooms, furniture, appliances, etc.
8’ Container – all weather.
Modular – works for any need.
Each fits 1-1.5 rooms.
- No truck to rent. We deliver storage to you!
- Load/Unload only once.
- Pay only for space you use.
- Secure, climate-friendly facility.
- Drive-up access
- Save money and time.
- Reduce the risk of accidents and injuries.
- No need to pay for gas, insurance & mileage!
- You only need to load your belongings once!
- No need to load and unload it all again into a storage unit.
- All containers come with easy ground level access!
(if storing at our facility)
- No not need to guess on how much space you actually need.
- Order an extra 8’ x 5’ unit. Do not use it – do not pay for it.
- Highest degree of security and protection.
- Our 8’ x 5’ units are breatheable – no mold or mildew.
- No funky smell when your belongings return.
(if storing at our facility)
- Access your units at ground level.
- No elevators, ramps, stairs to climb.
- Schedule access appointment & drive straight to your units.
COVID-19 Tips for Sanitizing Your Things During a Move
The world may currently be experiencing a pandemic, but that doesn’t stop life from moving forward. You might have to move during this time. If that’s the case, you are probably wondering how to ensure that your belongings are safe. By sanitizing, you can reduce the chances of your family getting infected by COVID-19.
The Centers for Disease Control says that COVID-19 is most commonly spread by being in close contact with other people. As a respiratory infection, it spreads through droplets that are produced when a person coughs or sneezes.
However, it has also been found that the virus can live for hours up to days on a variety of different surfaces. This may make you may be worried about your stuff. As it is being packed into the truck, is it possible it is coming in contact with this disease? It’s hard to know for sure. But there are ways you can protect yourself and your belongings.
Before losing too much sleep, keep in mind that there are steps you can take. These won’t require having to bathe all of your household belonging in hand sanitizer to keep from getting sick. Sanitizing your belongings can be quick and easy. In fact, some steps will only take a few seconds.
No 1 COVID-19 Need – Have Cleaning Supplies On Hand
Even though COVID-19 has impacted people all over the world, the virus is actually quite fragile. That means with the right cleaning products, you can easily kill it. That will ensure that you and your family are protected.
When moving into a new home, make sure you have cleaning supplies that are easy to access. You’ll want to get products that are capable of killing viruses on a variety of surfaces. These include items that contain bleach, other disinfecting chemicals or hydrogen peroxide. The packaging will let you know what germs the cleaner can kill.
If you don’t have access to these cleaning materials, you can always make your own. All you need to do is add rubbing alcohol or bleach to a spray bottle and dilute with water.
You’ll also want to have easy access to cleaning gloves, face masks, hand sanitizer and soap, and paper towels or rags to wipe the surfaces.
Sanitizing it right – Clean the Surfaces That Others Touch Most Often
Once you reach your new home, you’ll want to use your cleaning products to disinfect the space. Try to do this before the movers and your family enter the property. This can be another way to keep everyone safe. Although, disinfecting again after they leave is a good idea.
The surfaces that you should start cleaning are those that are touched the most often. This includes doorknobs, light switches, remotes, toilets and their handles, tables and chairs. Electronic equipment also gets touched often, so cleaning phones, tablets, keyboards and other touch screens can be beneficial.
After sanitizing these surfaces, you can focus on other areas of your home. This will include cleaning countertops, stairway railings and the floors. When it comes to sanitizing flooring and stairs, you won’t have to wipe these surfaces down. Although you can if you want. But applying the cleaner should be enough to kill the virus and protect you and your family.
Make Hand Sanitizer and Soap Readily Available
As you move into your home, make sure that your family and the movers have access to hand sanitizer or soap. This way, they can use these items as often as necessary to reduce the chances of transmitting the virus.
Make sure to use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. It is the only kind that is capable of killing the virus. When using soap, it’s important to wash for at least 20 seconds. This will get rid of any harmful microorganisms that might exist, including COVID-19.
Simple COVID-19 Solution – Leave Doors Open
During this pandemic, you need to refrain from touching surfaces that other people have touched. Thus, it’s a good idea to leave your doors open for the movers. Doorknobs are one of the surfaces that a lot of people touch frequently. Limiting how many people touch this can reduce the chances of transmission. In addition, after the movers have finished, disinfecting these surfaces once again is a good idea.
Spray Down Boxes and Other Moving Containers
When it comes to sanitizing your new home, spray and wipe down the cardboard boxes. We now know that COVID-19 can live on cardboard for up to 24 hours. It can live on plastic and steel for longer. To keep everyone safe, it only takes a few moments to spray and wipe everything down. Once you unpack everything, get rid of the boxes as soon as possible and wash your hands.
Other Precautions You Can Take
In addition to following the sanitizing tips listed above, there are some other precautions you can take. These may help reduce your chances of contracting COVID-19. These include the following:
- Wash your hands frequently
- Wear a face mask while outside and during the moving process
- Stay away from individuals who are coughing and/or sneezing
If movers are helping you, ask them what they are doing to reduce virus transmission. Some of the questions you might ask include:
- Do the movers plan on wearing masks?
- Can they wear slip-on booties over their shoes?
- Will they wash their hands often or wear gloves?
- Have you sprayed the truck down with disinfectant?
Any of these steps can reduce the chances of the novel Coronavirus transmission and keep you and your family safe.
The Importance of Sanitizing
The COVID-19 threat is serious, but it’s possible to reduce the chances of getting sick. If you have to move during this time, you need to find ways to stay safe. Sanitizing your belongings during a move doesn’t have to be hard.
With the right cleaning materials, you can ensure that your new home is as clean as possible. If you have the opportunity, you might consider giving your new space a deep clean before moving your stuff in. This is another way to reduce the chances of getting sick. It also gives you the opportunity to have a fresh, clean start in your new home.
Use Box-n-Go for your move
Moving using Box-n-Go is not only simple and affordable. It is also safe. Especially during COVID-19 outbreak. With Box-n-Go you will not have lots of movers in your house. We deliver our conveniently sized portable storage units to your home. No need to rent a truck that someone unknown to you was using just prior. No need to worry about virus transmission. You can have the units sitting on your driveway for few days before you start loading them. It is a perfect solution to your COVID-19 concerns. Call us at 1-877-269-6461. We will be happy to work out a sound plan for your moving or storage needs. At Box-n-Go we are as concerned about your safety as that of our own.