Yes, you are covered for up to $1,200.00 for each container we move for you while the containers are in transit. Once your containers are in our warehouse, the coverage limits are $250 per container. … [Read more...] about Am I protected against loss or damage while my goods are in transit?
Most do-it-yourself rental trucks are exceedingly expensive once you figure in the time needed to pack, drive to a new location and unpack. By the time you pay for miles, gas, insurance, logging and extra labor costs you will see that Box-n-Go moving option is quite competitive and extremely convenient. Additionally, the rental trucks are much more difficult … [Read more...] about Why is Box-n-Go mobile storage more convenient than a rental truck?
Not to worry our containers can be a convenient place for temporary storage between your moves. Box-n-Go has a state-of-the-art, secure, centrally located storage facility to keep your belongings safe in between homes or even for long-term storage. … [Read more...] about What if I need storage too?
Yes. We have enlisted the services of a professional pest control company to help us ensure the environment your belongings are stored in will be the very best and pest-free. … [Read more...] about Is the facility pest controlled?
Box-n-Go is not a licensed insurance agent and does not offer insurance. Box-n-Go Storage automatically provides you with a limited property protection coverage of $250 per storage unit. Additional property protection coverage limits can be obtained for an additional charge. (Please remember the contents may also be covered by your homeowner’s insurance.) … [Read more...] about Are my belongings covered while they are in storage?
Absolutely! We'd love for you to visit our facilities. Box-n-Go takes pride in the fact that our facilities are clean, safe, and offer a secure environments for our associates and for your belongings. Please call us at 877-269-6461 and we will help you with directions. … [Read more...] about Can we visit your Box-n-Go Storage facility to see what it looks like?