The Different Types Of Moving Pods Relx Pods

Moving pods ensure a stress-free move, and provide the mover with a means to an organized, accommodating moving experience. The process begins when an empty Relx Pods is dropped off and left with the mover for up to one month’s time. The mover then, without urgency, packs all belongings into the pod, using the extra time to organize the process. Upon completion, the company extracts the pod from the mover, hauling it to the company warehouse for safe-keeping. Once the date for delivery arrives, the company transports the moving pod to the desired address. There, the pod is left for as long as needed, allowing the mover to unpack belongings in a strategic manner. When finished unpacking, the mover notifies the company, who then re-claims the pod, returning it to the warehouse.

Different moves require different types of moving pods. Also, the amount of items to be shipped determines what the size of the pod should be. It is important to leave as little empty space as possible in the pod, or boxes and items will jostle and slide around easily when transported. PODS has three different sized moving pods available to movers. They are:

U-Pack offers a similar service with the Relo-pack, a 28 ft. trailer delivered to the mover’s home. Like PODS, U-Pack allows the mover time to pack at leisure, and then delivers the trailer to the final destination. Both services are becoming quite popular due to so many relocating for better job opportunities. All pods are constructed from steel and aluminum, with a durable top made of polymer, which allows light to pass through the inside. This keeps the boxes, furniture and other items in the pod mold and mildew free. The pods are waterproof, and are made to defy 110 mph winds. Relo-Packs are also made of aluminum, and are water and wind resistant. While PODS offers the mover a key to the moving pod for security purposes, U-Pack requires the mover to supply a padlock.

It is vital to know what size moving pod will be needed for the move, and figure in extra space for last minute items or under-estimating. Also, if moving across the country, the 8x8x12 ft. pod is not available, so if moving a multi-person household, it is always best to go with the largest size. The 8x7x7 ft. pod is best for movers living in a one bedroom apartment, studio apartment, or dorm room. The different types of moving pods ensure practicality for any size move, and to any location. If planning a strategic move, knowing how much space will be needed is vital, and can save the mover from any last minute problems. Plan ahead, play it safe, and rest assured there is a moving pod out there perfectly suited for any mover’s needs.

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