WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SMALL, MEDIUM AND LARGE BOX?
If you are storing your files and books, you will likely be using our Small Book Box. These boxes are smaller in size (40x34x29cm) so take up less space in our storage facility.
Poster tubes (A1) are also classified as a small box so select this option if you have some bits of artwork that need storing.
If you are using your own box, the combined width, height, and length of your box should measure up to 110cm to be classified as a small box.
This is the most popular size for the majority of storage needs. You should select ‘medium’ if your goods are packed in a Medium Box (41x41x41cm), Medium Suitcase Box (45x24x58cm).
Storing crockery in a Crockery Box (58x36x32cm)? These boxes are also classified as a medium box.
If you are using your own box, the combined width, height and length of your box should measure between 110 and 130cm to be classified as a medium box.
If you need a little extra capacity to store your larger items, use our Large Box (45x45x61cm) or store a large luggage in our Large Suitcase Box (52x40x75cm).
If you are using your own box, the combined width, height and length of your box should measure no greater than 180cm to be classified as a large box.
Remember, all boxes must weigh under 25kg, and be made of good quality, double-walled cardboard.
As we price according to box size, please ensure that you select the correct storage size for your box. We reserve the right to change your pricing plan to the correct rate if you send in boxes that are larger than the category chosen.