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Truck Rentals in Seattle

As an authorized U-Haul dealer, Urban Storage @ Rainier Brewery offers moving truck rentals in Seattle in a variety of sizes perfect to fit the needs of your move. It can be difficult to decide what size moving truck you will need, which is why our friendly and knowledgeable staff is on-hand to help guide you in the process. We'll work with you to gauge how much you have to move and how much space you'll need in order to do so.

U-Haul trucks are designed to move families and make your move easier. These trucks feature low decks and wider, shorter ramps than their competitors, which makes loading and unloading easier. High visibility, quality maintenance, air bags, seat belts and 24-hour roadside assistance make U-Haul trucks a safe choice for moving rentals.

While renting a moving truck is great for getting all of your belongings at once, we know sometimes you have additional items that may not fit, or could be stored ahead of the bulk of your items. If this describes your situation, we suggest renting a storage space prior to your move. In renting a space early you can slowly move smaller items and boxes prior to the move to relieve stress and make for a smoother move.

Renting from Urban Storage @ Rainier Brewery has it's advantages. As a full service business, we offer U-Haul truck rentals and we also provide stellar customer service and hours designed with you in mind. We're a one stop shop for all of your self storage, packing and moving needs. Rent a truck, buy locks, boxes and packing peanuts, all while you reserve the proper size of storage unit from our professional staff.

Urban Storage @ Rainier Brewery

206-905-1825

918 S. Horton Street Seattle, WA 98134

Tips for Packing a Moving Truck

You've reserved your moving truck. Now what? Here are a few suggestions from Urban Storage @ Rainier Brewery about packing your moving truck.

Load Heavy Items First – Not only will you get the brunt of the work out of the way first, but resting large appliances and large furniture against the cab of the truck will provide extra support.

Next Load Long Pieces – Load sofas and other long pieces on end to take up the least amount of space. Load box springs and mattresses along the long sides of the truck, along with bed frames, tables, bookcases and floor lamps.

Fill in the Gaps – Heavy boxes come next, followed by lighter boxes stacked on top. Fill in the gaps with awkward shaped and smaller items. Carefully packed fragile items go in last.

How to lift your items into your truck