Storage and shipping solutions for a pandemic ridden semester

Spring semester 2020 taught us great lessons. When COVID-19 hit, campuses across the nation reacted and adapted quickly to ensure the safety of every student, faculty, and staff member. Classes went online, and students were encouraged to return home after spring break. The students left on campus were on high alert trying to keep pace with the ever evolving news of Coronavirus. With Dorm Room Movers, our usual cadence of ramping up our operations was immediately accelerated and we received calls from colleges we’ve never heard of asking for our help. We were extremely successful because everyone was able to adapt to the rapid changes.

Now that Fall semester 2020 has begun, both DRM and campuses across the nation are in a better position to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Health measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of everyone, with contingency plans in place if cases do spike. For those of you living on campus this semester – I’m sure you’ve read the guidelines that Residence Life has put in place for the end of the year, but we also want to let you know that we are here to serve your needs, whether they come before or after fall semester 2020 ends.

If you are unfamiliar with our services, here’s how we operate in three simple steps:

1. YOU PACK: Register online and we’ll send you boxes and tape for you to pack.

*COVID-19 Update: If allowed access, we can pack without you being present and will bring all needed supplies with us.

2. WE PICK UP: We’ll send movers to pick up your boxes and large items.

3. WE DELIVER OR STORE: We’ll store for as long as you need, ship your boxes to you when you’re ready, or deliver locally when you return.

There are many storage & shipping solutions out there, and we hope that you can use ours. At the end of the day, what matters most is that  you and your belongings are safe and sound. Stay healthy, stay safe, and crush it this fall semester. 

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