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Thread: Moving Van Vs PODs

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    Super Member brendadawg's Avatar
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    We used a pod when we moved from Tavares, FL, back to GA, a few years ago. It worked great. We needed to have the furniture in storage until the house was ready. It was kept in their climate-controlled warehouse. They dropped it off and we loaded it over several days at our own pace. Everything came through the move just fine and we were very pleased. Mt. Dora is the next town over from Tavares and we really loved that area. Good luck.

    BTW, we put lots of mothballs in our boxes and some d-Con in the pod. We found no evidence of any pests.
    Last edited by brendadawg; 02-28-2012 at 06:53 PM.

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    Super Member pjnesler's Avatar
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    This may sound way crazy, but was perfect for my folks when they moved from Minnesota to Arizona - dad found a cube van for sale - essentially a "LARGE UHAUL TRUCK" it was in good shape, reasonably priced. He bought it for whatever$$. Filled it and drove it to AZ, parked it in their driveway and unloaded it in their own time frame, which wasn't immediatly as they had carpeting and painting to do in the house once they got to AZ - so it may have been a couple months B/4 they emptied it - then dad sold it at a profit! That way other than the cost of gas, there was not much expense to the move for them.

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