Full-Service, Climate-Controlled, Secure Storage
If you need to store your belongings in temporary storage, turn to Quest Moving for a complete solution!
We will inventory, label, transport and store your possessions in crates at our staffed storage facility. Only our employees can access the storage crates. Our facility is climate-controlled and secure, so you don’t have to worry about theft, fire or water damage. You will appreciate our very competitive rates and professional level of service. Whether you need a temporary landing pad while waiting for your new home to be ready, or you just need some extra storage space.
Quest Moving is the right answer for any storage need!
Climate-controlled units are typically kept within a temperature range between 55 and 85 degrees (F). This keeps the storage unit from reaching extreme high and low temperatures that can be harmful to temperature-sensitive items like electronics, artwork, and furniture.
When storing valuable items, you want to know that they will remain in pristine condition. If you have any questions about whether a particular item may need climate controlled storage, Quest has the answers for you. We’ve got you (and your things) covered. Our storage services are completely flexible:
- Short- or long-term storage
- Round-the-clock state-of-the-art security
- Preparation services, including padding
- Door-to-door transport between your home and the storage facility
- Climate-controlled condition ideal for storing your wine collection, artwork, piano, books and collectibles
Our storage facility is guaranteed to satisfy, so contact us today!
“Not only was my move hassle free, since I was temporarily downsizing I needed a space to store the extra items I had. Quest gave me a great price considering the amount of things I needed stored. Very clean and I felt so secure with the crew. Gary is very kind and gets to know his customers and remembers them by name… I don’t have one bad thing to say!”
Create A Calendar
There are so many tasks involved in moving, some are likely to fall through the cracks. Therefore, set up a calendar or timeline at least two months out that lists all the tasks you need to accomplish.
Scope Out the Move
You should be aware of any obstacles or challenges that will add cost to your move. For example, do you have to share an elevator at your current address or destination?
Pick A Good Mover
You might want to get bids from two or three movers, and you should definitely let Quest Moving be one of those bidders. We won’t be underbid and our service is first-rate.
Create Budget & Organize
You’ll know from your bids how much you’ll need to set aside. Decide on extras, and budget tip money. Start a file folder to hold all the relevant papers for your move, such as the bids, the contract, the packing lists, the insurance forms, the bill of lading, and so forth. Keep this file close as you will need it often.
Make arrangements for your new address. You’ll need to do things like enroll children in new schools, set up mail forwarding, get new homeowner’s or renter’s insurance, contact utilities and cable, and make other arrangements as necessary.
Let People Know
Don’t forget to share the joy of your new place. Send out emails, mail letters, make phone calls, and otherwise let everyone know your new address and your moving date. Also, let them know about any name change or new phone number.