Moving Areas and Surrounding Areas:

The I-35 North Corridor, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Leander, Round Rock, Lakeway, Downtown Austin

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Square Cow Mover’s new 40,000+ SQ FT warehouse offers a new line of temporary storage services to folks in transition, allowing them to move their stuff out of their house even if their final destination isn’t ready for their things yet. This facility represents the commitment Square Cow has to their clients and meeting their clients needs every step of the way.

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What Are My Storage Options In Austin?

In a large metro like Austin you have a lot of storage options – including Square Cow Movers! We recently expanded our services to include storage. We’re making storage stress-free for customers who are transitioning between homes or office spaces. Our 40,000+ SQ FT storage facility in Austin is convenient to Cedar Park, Georgetown, Leander, Round Rock, Lakeway.

 

Does Your Storage Facility Provide Boxes?

Square Cow Movers sells packing supplies, and we can also help you locate moving supplies if you’re having trouble finding them. Check out our post on finding free moving boxes for a few additional options.

 

What Supplies Do I Need for Moving Items Into a Storage Unit?

Since everything is likely to be boxed up already, focus is on getting items off the truck and into the unit in a certain configuration. Essential equipment includes dollies, carts, tie down straps and moving blankets (or any thick blanket). Also, don’t forget your lock.

Another thing we’ve found useful is coming up with a layout beforehand. If you plan to access the unit to get things here and there, create a layout that leaves a walkway or two open. Having a plan ahead of time can help the movers load the truck so that offloading goes smoother and quicker.

 

What Are the Top Considerations for Renting a Storage Unit?

Space is always going to be the top concern, and it directly affects the second most important factor – cost. If you need help determining which storage unit size will be adequate and economical our customer service team can provide a few suggestions.

Access is another big consideration. Make sure you know what the set up is like and whether large trucks can get through before signing a rental agreement. It’s a good idea to visit the storage facility in person so you can get a firsthand feel for the layout. Look for things like elevation, potential weather-related problems, security measures and onsite staff.

 

What Are Some of the Benefits of Living in Austin?

There are enough benefits to write a book. But some of the top reasons people love living in Austin include:

Employment Opportunity: Travis County has an unemployment rate below 3.5%, and it’s been that way for some time. The economy is diverse and growing, which is good for jobseekers.

Quality of Life: The good schools, gorgeous green spaces, amazing foodand friendly laidback vibe give Austin residents a quality of life that’s hard to find elsewhere.

Culture: Austin is a very unique city that has always done it’s own thing. It’s been at the forefront of the green living movement, tech advancements and finding the next big musical talent. It’s also the capital of Texas and home to the University of Texas, which adds to the eclectic culture of the city.

 

 

Which Areas of Austin, TX Are the Most Popular?

Austin, along with a number other Texas metros, is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Areas all around the city are expanding to meet the needs of the new residents.

For example, the northwest suburb of Georgetown had the biggest population increase (7.8%)for cities with 50,000 people or more from 2014 to 2015. Pflugerville, a suburb near the I-35 North Corridor is on that same list with a 4.5% population increase.Downtown Austin is always going to be a hot spot for young professionals and couples. Nature lovers gravitate towards the Hill Country neighborhoods west of downtown. Families that are looking for fantastic, affordable homes are turning their attention to the I-35 South Corridor.

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