Over the years, people tend to accumulate a lot of stuff. This fact is never clearer than when you are planning a move and are faced with room after room of stuff to pack. It makes no difference whether you’re making a residential, commercial or international move; you’ll have a lot to go through, clean up, condense and of course, put into storage.
We serve communities across eastern Kansas from our state-of-the-art warehouses in Kansas City, Junction City and Wichita. All three of our locations serve businesses and residents with comprehensive storage options – choose the facility that is closest to your home or work for convenient access to your items.
If you’re planning a move in Kansas, our team can do more than provide exceptional moving services. We are also your premier provider for flexible, comprehensive storage solutions, offering commercial and residential solutions from our storage facility in Kansas City.
You may get through all of your stuff and find that after paring down, you only need storage for a few seasonal items—not a problem. Maybe you need to store an entire room’s worth of furniture and decorations while you remodel; we’ve got you covered. You can store one item or 1,000 items in our secure Wichita storage facility.
You can drop off your belongings or simply have our Kansas City movers come to your home or office and pack the items themselves—whatever works for you! Once they’ve arrived, your items are inventoried, tracked and safely stored in our Junction City storage facility with open racking storage. Whether you need long or short-term storage, you can keep your belongings in our care for as long as you need, with easy access using our inventory management system.
If you’re ready to store some of your stuff in Kansas, call Kings Moving & Storage today! We can help you find the best solutions to meet your unique needs. Speak to one of our friendly, helpful representatives or fill out our quick form to get started!
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