The U-Haul Companies based in Dallas, Central Texas, North Texas and Forth Worth as well as the Storage Centers in Dallas/Fort Worth are offering 30 days of free storage to families victimized by the recent storms and tornadoes in Texas. Moreover, free U-box pods are also being given away for moving and storage.
With the U-Box pod service, residents and families are given the privilege of conveniently picking up custom-designed trailers and taking their U-Box pod with them. They can also choose to store the U-Box pod in the secure storage or warehouse while they attend to other things. The U-box pod may also be picked up and delivered to the customer’s location of choice.
Besides the 30 days of free self-storage assistance, residents who need boxes can also benefit from the U-Haul Take a Box, Leave a Box program. This program allows customers to return the boxes that can still be used by others depending on their needs – free of charge. U-Haul encourages residents and families who still have reusable boxes to drop it off at any U-Haul office to allow others to reuse them for free.
According to Garner Carey, U-Haul’s Area District VP, they are hoping that this effort will help provide the assistance and support that the families victimized by the tornadoes are currently in need of.
For more information about the 30 days of free self-storage and the Take a Box, Leave a Box program, you may contact any one of these U-Haul regional offices:
U-Haul Company of Dallas
12215 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway
Garland, TX 75041
U-Haul Company of North Texas
4101 West Plano Parkway
Plano, TX 75093
U-Haul Company of Central Texas
920 MacArthur Boulevard
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
U-Haul Company of Fort Worth
3017 Alta Mesa Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76133
U-Haul Storage Centers of Dallas
9929 Harry Hines Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75220
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