You are responsible for keeping the bins in the same condition in which you received them in, but no you are not required to clean the bins before returning them. No animals are allowed in the bins, or there will be a charge of $2 per bin to your credit card on file if we […]
FAQ Category: During your Rental
You might have some questions that arise during your Rental. And all that is required is a quick glance at these FAQs to get your answer. We have a list of the most frequently asked questions that people have during their rental.
I am behind schedule and need more time to Unpack my Bins!
We recommend that if you know you are going to need more time to unpack, that you Request an Extension right away! We will charge you a daily rate of $0.30 per bin, and obviously no extra delivery or pick up charge. However, if the bins are not available and are already spoken for by […]
Can I leave the Bins outdoors while I unpack the rest?
We strongly advise you to NOT leave the bins outdoors at any time. Instead we advise you to keep them indoors or at least in your garage. Outside they are exposed to the elements of the sun or rain or snow, which wear down our bins and get them extra and unnecessarily dirty and dusty. […]
How much floor space will the Moving Bins take up once I receive them?
If you would like to plan how much floor space your Bins will take up, here is a visual for you. You can stack up as many as 10 empty bins into each other, which is about 4-5 feet tall. You actually can stack up to 25 bins without causing any damage to the bins […]
Can I use tape to secure my Bins?
No, we prefer you don’t use tape on bins because of a few reasons: If any bins come back with tape marks, you will be charged a cleaning fee of $2 per bin to the credit card on file. Now we will be forced to get out our trusty Goo Gone to get the marks […]
How do I assemble the Bins after receiving them?
There is no assembly required! There is no need to assemble the bins because it is all one piece and ready to go. There are no separate lids, as they are attached. You simply unfold the flaps (lid) and voila, you are all set. The bins stack and nestle into each other, so that they […]