Student summer storage is one of many professional moving services provided by Call The Movers. We are a professional moving company that offers a variety of services to suit everyone’s needs. Our team has solution for one of the challenges in students’ lives too – where to keep belongings in summer.

Before summer brake moving out of the dormitory is a challenging because a few months later you will need to come back. What should you do? Pack everything rent a truck and clutter your parent’s home or rent storage, and then do the same thing again in the fall to move things back into your new dormitory.

For those whose parents live far away or came studying from abroad, bringing back everything to their parent’s home is not an option. If renting a truck twice and renting summer storage might seem like an expensive and complicated option, you can look into Call The Movers services.

We provide student summer storage solutions in Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia. With our moving and storage services, you can simplify moving in and out. Have your things packed and ready and Call The Movers team will pick it up and will bring it back before school starts, all you need to do is update us with your new address.

Student storage is helpful when:

  • taking internship,
  • finding a summer job,
  • studying abroad for a semester,
  • going for a long summer vacation,
  • don’t want to deal with renting the truck or storage.

Call The Movers offers various storage solutions and keep your belongings as long or as short as you need. Our storage services are professional, we offer climate control and safety is our number one priority. Therefore your electronics, furniture or clothes, books will be kept safe while you are out of town.

Additionally, if you need extra help with packing your dorm room and loading to the storage unit, we can help you with that too. Our moving company provides full packing, partial packing, loading and unloading services. Therefore, you do not need to overload your car and take a risk to damage or lose something in order to transfer everything at once.