What size unit?
We appreciate that boxes, furniture items and office equipment come in different shapes and sizes so we’ve put together some 3D room visuals for our most popular unit sizes. We’ve also created this simple chart to give you an understanding of the average space that each unit equates to.
If you’re still confused, pick up the phone to our expert team and they’ll be happy to make recommendations based on your specific needs.
|Unit size||Contents guide|
|10 Sq. Ft||Contents of a telephone box|
|20 Sq. Ft||Small van load|
|30 Sq. Ft||Small garden shed|
|35 Sq. Ft||Contents of studio flat|
|50 Sq. Ft||Small one bed flat|
|60 Sq. Ft||Large one bed flat|
|70 Sq. Ft||Luton size van load|
|75 Sq. Ft||Contents of two bed house/flat|
|100 Sq. Ft||Two transit vans. Average three bed house|
|125 Sq. Ft||Contents of a large garage/large three bed house|
|150 Sq. Ft||Contents of 3 transit vans|
|175 Sq. Ft||Contents of four bed house|
|200 Sq. Ft||Contents of a double garage|
|250 Sq. Ft||Large four or five bed house|
|300 Sq. Ft||Three single garages|