How many U-Pack PODS do I need?

How many U-Pack PODS do I need?

How many ReloCubes do I need? U-Pack’s rule of thumb is that you need one ReloCube per room in your home. U-Pack’s ReloCubes comes in one size: 5’10” deep x 6’10” wide x 7’9” high and can hold a maximum of 2,500 pounds. This is large enough to fit furniture like mattresses and sofas, and U-Pack recommends renting one ReloCube per room in your home. U-Pack Container Dimensions Each ReloCube® moving container has external dimensions of 6’3” x 7′ x 8’4” (DWH), and internal dimensions of 5′ 10” x 6′ 10” x 7′ 9” (DWH). Cubes have 308 cubic feet of loading space, which is typically enough for the furniture and belongings from one room.

What are sizes U-Pack PODS?

U-Pack has only one container size option They only offer a single 6′ container size, while PODS gives you 16′ and 8′ options. So, you’d have to rent 3 U-Pack’s ReloCube containers to get the capacity of a single PODS 16′ container. As an example, you typically need one 8-foot PODS container for a small apartment, one 16-foot PODS container for a two-to-three bedroom home, and two 16-foot PODS containers for a living space with five or more rooms. But if you’re packing your motorcycle and woodworking equipment, you may get close to U-Pack’s 2,500-pound limit. The PODS 8-foot container has a bit more interior space than the ReloCube, which is something to keep in mind if your container will be packed to the gills. What fits in a 16′ x 8′ PODS container? PODS’ 16’x8′ container is our largest and most popular size for local and long-distance moves as well as storage, holding the contents for up to a 1,200 square foot space. Fits contents from a 1 to 2-bedroom apartment or small home (3 to 4 rooms). Compared to 1-800-PACK-RAT, PODS offers the largest fleet and biggest network, with twice the locations and 3X the containers as 1-800-PACK-RAT. We also have 230 secure Storage Centers nationwide. That means more availability for you, and more control when it comes to scheduling.

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