ShuffleSpace Storage Rules
- No items heavier than 23Kg / 50 lbs and larger than .425 cubic metres / 15 cubic feet. This is generous enough to cover most household items, but probably wouldn’t stretch to something like a treadmill. But let’s be honest, you really should be using it anyway.
- No fragile items. That means no glassware, artwork, things made out of fiberboard, or anything else along those lines. If you do choose to pack glassware or other fragile items in a storage bin, please make sure they are well wrapped and protected. We are not liable for any damage of fragile items during transport and storage.
- Nothing hazardous or perishable
- That means anything that is or was alive. This includes any foodstuffs like fruit, meats or cheeses. Or anything that may have run or flown, like animals, insects or your child’s pet. And please, no fungal or bacterial cultures. Let’s leave those to science class.
- Also, nothing that could damage other items in storage. So nothing that smells, leaks, or bursts. No hazardous items or toxic materials, or anything that produces gas or odors. No containers full of liquid, or items that may increase in size or burst. And no items that produce loud or disruptive noises.
- Nothing unsafe or against the law
- Nothing that can hurt someone, like guns (or weapons of any kind), explosives or fireworks. Nothing flammable like gas, oil, kerosene, paint, or lighter fluid.
- Additionally, nothing that could get you (or us) into trouble, like drugs or drug paraphernalia, or anything else that is illegal to possess, like stolen property
- Pack carefully. We take the utmost care when transporting and storing your items but we ask you to do your part and take responsibility for packing your items. Some tips that may help:
Tip 1: Use bubble wrap or packing paper to give your items extra padding.
Tip 2: With larger items that do not fit in bins, make sure that any removable or extended pieces, like cords, are secured by taping them to the item.
- And most importantly, if you’re not sure, ask! Contact us here