Joyce Van Lines can handle your storage needs anywhere in the world. In addition to our own warehouses, we can select the best warehouse locations because we are not restricted to any one van line system. After being wrapped for transit, furniture, along with boxes are loaded into large, wooden storage vaults. They are densely stacked to prevent damage and to keep all items free from dust and dirt. These storage vaults are then sealed shut and stacked inside the warehouse. Although storing this way is very safe and secure, accessing your goods can be difficult. Therefore, be sure to let the movers know which items are to be stored, and which need be delivered to your temporary residence.

Long-Term vs. Short-Term Storage
There are two types of storage: Permanent Storage and Storage in Transit. If you need storage for a long time, permanent storage will likely be more efficient, and the cost is calculated on a monthly basis. If you need short-term storage as part of an interstate move, then SIT will apply and the cost is calculated on a daily basis.

The cost for Permanent Storage is based on the number of storage vaults or the total cubic feet that your shipment occupies in the warehouse. Payment for this type of storage is due monthly.

The cost for Storage in Transit is based on the weight of your load. The daily storage costs are added to your final interstate moving bill.

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