Quick Answer: What Should You Not Pack In A Pod?

If you do decide to pack valuables inside your moving container, be sure to read the company’s liability options first. For example, PODS customers must have coverage for their container and its contents.

Valuable Items

  • Money.
  • Jewelry.
  • Furs.
  • Firearms.
  • Computer software or programs.
  • Credit cards.
  • Medicine.
  • Financial documents.

What can’t you pack in a pod?

While this might seem obvious, there are some items that you may even realise are hazardous. Anything that contains petrol or gas (including empty gas bottles) are definitely not allowed in storage, as well as some cleaning materials with alcohol content, cleaning solvent, corrosives and paint.

What can you pack in a pod?

How to pack fragile and important items. Not everything you own should go in your storage pod. Keep your valuables, heirlooms, legal documents, important papers, and any essentials separate and carry them with you when you move.

What kind of lock do I need for a pod?

1. ABUS 20/70 Diskus Stainless Steel Padlock Keyed. This round shaped container lock is used for common storage containers.

How do you pack a pod efficiently?



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How long can you keep a pod in your driveway?

With PODS, the minimum storage rental time is only one month, whether you’re keeping your container on your property or at a PODS Storage Center. A PODS storage rental begins the day the container is delivered to you and continues for the next 30 days.

How much stuff fits in a pod?

16-foot container

container is approximately 16’x8’x8. According to PODS, the container is the company’s largest container option and is a “popular choice for moving a home with three or four rooms.” The inside of the container offers 857 cubic feet of packing space. PODS claims that the 16-ft.