Selling A House
Selling your home is an exciting time, but it can also get pretty stressful. In between finding the perfect property for you, dealing with agents and managing home inspections, it’s easy to get caught up.
Once it’s all sorted, it’s all too common to feel like you’ve having to rush through packing to get everything moved in time.
If this sounds a little too familiar, don’t worry – with PODS, you can make the process easier than ever. We’re an Australian storage company with a difference. Instead of rushing to get your belongings from A to B, we bring the storage to you.
We operate 3 different sizes of container, catered to homes of all shapes and sizes. So, whether you’re moving from a 1-bedroom studio apartment or a 3-bedroom house, we’ve got the perfect solution for you.
Our team will deliver your storage container to your door, enabling you to pack at your own pace. Instead of rushing to get it all done in one day, you’ll benefit from the flexibility of having your storage container outside your door, ready to be used as and when you need it.
With this added control, you’ll be able to take all the time you need to get your belongings safely into storage. Once you’re ready, let us know and your PODS driver will deliver your storage container to your new home, ready for you to unload your items.
Plus, we understand that selling your house can be difficult to predict, so if there is a delay in moving into your new home, we’ll pick up the storage container and bring it back to our local, secure Storage Centre for you.
Get the flexibility you need at an affordable price. Contact our team for your free, no-obligation quote today.
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