Storage

To make sure your items of furniture are secure we offer containerised storage which is safely locked and sealed.

For any amount of period, whether it be long or short term we can help.

it does not necessarily have to be for house moving purposes. You may just want to store extra furniture you own or maybe you are going away for a period of time, whatever it may be Rainbow Removals will store and return your possessions to you when you wish for us to do so.

Rainbow Removals Movers can store everything from a few boxes right up to the contents of an entire house. We can provide as much or as little space as you require depending on the size of your consignment.

Storage for Household, Furniture & Antiques
Step 1 – Free no obligation home or on site survey and quotation

Step 2 – Our trained crews will carefully pack load and secure your consignment at home or on site and load directly in to our individual storage containers.

Storage for Baggage & Smaller consignments
We offer short and long-term storage solutions for smaller or loose items such as suitcases, backpacks, cartons, trunks and many more similar items. We offer a wide range of cartons and packing materials should you not have your own and can arrange delivery and collection at very competitive prices.

Storage Benefits

1. we are fully insured, all our removal rates include insurance
2. Supply of a vast range of export packing materials, including bubble wrap, card, etc….
3. 72 hours notice for re-delivery.



Planning your Move

 

Utility Services.

We are not authorised to interfere with any mains services. Ensure that you have made arrangements with your gas, electricity and water companies well in advance of your move.If you have TV, telephone or Internet services, inform the suppliers of your move and make arrangements to transfer the services to your new address.

Vehicles.

The DVLA must be advised of your move so that your driving licence and logbook can be amended.The DVLA web site at www.DVLA.gov.uk has further details.

Preparing to move.

Dispose of all unwanted items – your council can advise re fridges etc. Keep your freezer contents to a minimum empty the loft Put garage/garden tools together Sort out any items which are not to be moved Arrange for the Utility services to be disconnected Arrange for Utilities at your new address Notify your banks, credit card and insurance companies and rental agencies of your new address Notify your doctor, dentist, optician and vet and arrange for registrations at your new address Arrange with the post office to re-route your mail and cancel milk and newspapers Send change of address cards to friends and relatives Prepare a set of labeled keys for your purchaser.

For the moving day.

Safely pack valuable items and important documents that you will look after on the moving day Prepare an information pack for our removal team to cover your new addresses, phone numbers and contact names Arrange minders to look after pets and very young children on the moving day Collect children’s toys etc for the journey Put together a basic catering pack for the family at the new home – including the kettle! Give your removal team a spare key for your new address. The day before moving Set aside the items you are taking in your car, empty refrigerator and freezer Finish packing your personal items Verify that Utilities have been connected at new home.