If Your New Home is not Ready

If you cannot move into your new home or apartment immediately, you may wish to have your goods moved from your present residence and held in storage for later delivery.  For a storage period of 90 days or less, you can request Storage-in-Transit.  Separate charges will be assessed for the transportation from your old place of residence into storage, for the Storage-in-Transit, and for transportation to your new residence.  Storage and handling charges will be assessed for this service and it will be covered by the terms and conditions of your Agreement with the moving company.

If you do not request Storage-in-Transit, or if your storage period exceeds 90 days, your goods will be subject to rates, terms, and conditions set by the local warehouse and the service will be under a separate contract with the warehouseman and not regulated by the PUC.


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