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Moving is full of calculations, its’ easy to decide moving truck size than deciding storage unit size, why because no matter what moving company you are hiring it's their basic function to determine the right size for your moving truck, but this logic is valid only for experience and reputable moving company like Packers and Movers Bangalore, but when we are #moving our #household goods into a storage unit rather than new house you are on your own to decide what size will be able to fit our precious possessions.
Don’t be shock but its real choosing the size of storage unit is higher stakes decision than choosing the right truck. Hiring a moving truck is only for a one trip but storage it’s for months a one bad decision or miscalculation you have to bear for days. But don't worry guys Packers and Movers in Bangalore found a really simple way to calculate size of your storage unit through moving truck. Whenever we are moving hiring a moving truck is a basic thing. You may be thinking how the link is possible moving truck described by length (22, 28, 30) and storage unit is described by length and width (10×20, 20×30 etc.).
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How To Calculate Storage Unit Size?
We will convert everything into volume, so cubic feet will be our measure, to do so we just simply have to use formula of “height× length × width". Hold on wait what I have just said, I mean truck is measure on the length and storage units on width and length now how to work on this new tangent. Don’t worry guys to make this equation simple and worry free, we will be using few averages for an example average height of a moving truck is estimated 7’while the width usually measured as 7’ as well and for storage unit generally height range between 8 to 12 feet tall, so we will be taking medium height 10’ remember these are just averages. We will include actual figures of our moving truck and storage unit in below equation. Packers and Movers Bellandur Bangalore provide transportation facility for your goods as well as for your Vehicle too.
A 12’ truck will 7’ long and 7’ width which means 12×7×7 = 588 cubic feet and for 20’ it will be 20×7×7 that is 980 cubic feet.
And for storage units 5 × 10 units are generally 10’ long, which means 5×10×10 = 500 cubic feet. A 10×20 unit will be 10×20×10 = 2000 cubic feet. Using these two methods we will compare our moving truck with the storage units, just make sure unit isn't smaller than the moving truck and to help you out below are some examples presented by #Local #Packers and #Movers in #Bangalore.
But in the above case there is one thing that we have to consider because packing a storage unit is not same as #packing a #moving truck. Packing a moving truck means you are only doing so to move your goods safely to the destination but storing means leaving your goods for a month in a storage unit which you can't access that much frequently. The above calculation is based on the assumption that you are filling your storage truck to the capacity just like your moving truck. But do you think it will be convenient for you to reach to your desire goods easily – for that one thing you might need to take out everything, Ya! that’s right, so if you are enough confident that you will require only these few things then simple arrange your storage unit in such a way that you are easily able to access them but if number is quite high then do not stack your boxes to the ceiling create a smaller stacks. Local Packers and Movers Bangalore have well gated and secured storage units for your goods and all that in reasonable price.
For calculating the correct storage unit we will be recalculating and amending the above equation assumptions we are cutting down the height to the 6’ and now calculate the volume again. Then we will be calculating space for the corridor because to easily accessible our possessions, it will be 3 feet wide and will save three feet at the back of the room for storage. So our equation will be 3’ × (depth-3’) × 6, so if unit is 10×10 it will be 3x (10-3)×6, means 3×7×6 = 126 cubic feet. Then this equation will be subtracted from the above total volume of storage unit and we will get actual storage space. See he below table to understand it well.