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Small Business Saturday: Clean Moving Crates

Packing and moving homes can be a very stressful experience for a family.  Coordinating so many dates and deadlines is hard enough without the added chore of finding and assembling cardboard moving boxes.  And the last thing you want to do after you’ve unpacked is begin the process of breaking down those same boxes and finding ways to get rid of them.  Having moved their own family 6 times, as well as transitioning senior relatives from large homes to smaller homes and apartments, the Wood family felt that there must be a better way to move.   They found a better way to move with plastic, stackable rolling moving crates, and so Clean Moving Crates was formed.

Clean Moving Crates is a family owned and operated business serving Houston and the surrounding areas.  They rent plastic, stackable moving crates that nest inside a rolling base as an alternative to traditional cardboard moving boxes.  Clean Moving Crates provides clean, sturdy, environmentally friendly reusable plastic stackable moving crates and wheels so that customers save time and money for a hassle-free move.  As an owner operated business, they promise exceptional service, quick response times and timely deliveries with a smile. For a hassle-free move, simply pack, stack and roll the crates to the moving truck.  You can order online at cleanmovingcrates.com by choosing from the suggested package sizes for any size of home or office. Every order includes labels for crates and wardrobes, and you may also order packing supplies to be delivered with your crate rental package.  They deliver the crates before you move, then pick them up at your new home after you’ve unpacked. Clean Moving Crates work well for moves, and also for remodels and reorganization projects.

If you are interested in using Clean Moving Crates for your next move or remodel, make sure to mention West University Moms, or use the code WESTU10 to get 10% off your crate rental package.

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