Classes have started, and now students all around Boston have discovered a universal truth: they’ve brought way too much stuff to college with them. Dorm room closets aren’t that big, and roommates often expect that the entire apartment isn’t filled up with your things. If this is in the situation you’re in, you’ve got two options: get the excess items out of your place by returning it to your home, or putting those extra items into Boston student storage.
Returning your things home has one immediate advantage: you don’t have to pay to keep your things there. The question is: how will you get your stuff home? If you have a car and your home is relatively close by, it can be a day trip. Extremely tolerant parents may be persuaded to drive all the way to Boston to pick up the things they dropped off only a few weeks before. But if either of those circumstances don’t apply, Boston student shipping services are the answer. Having your items professionally packed and shipped directly to your doorstep ensures they’ll arrive safely and in good condition.
If you know you’ll need your items shortly but just don’t have room for them in your space right now, Boston student storage makes sense. Many Boston students use storage for out of season clothing, seasonal sports gear, and projects that were completed or need to be worked on during the semester. Storage units for students come in a variety of sizes: we’ll help you choose the right sized unit based on the amount of stuff you have. Storage units are paid for on a monthly basis: most students rent storage units for a semester or the entire academic year.
If you’re not sure how you’re going to get your items from your apartment into storage, be aware that small load moving services are available for Boston students.