Four in ten Americans say they are likely to move within five years.* That’s a lot of boxes when you consider the waste and the effect on the environment.
People preparing to move usually find boxes one of two ways: 1.) Purchase boxes, after use those boxes are trashed or recycled having been used only once with a little wear and tear, or 2.) Search for used boxes at liquor stores and grocery stores (dumpster diving), making dozens of trips in between packing because only a certain number of boxes will fit in their car.
RENT JOE BOXES is now serving Twin Cities area residents and businesses with an easy, affordable and green moving box solution.
RENT JOE BOXES is a simple way for Twin Cities area residents and businesses to pack and move: Customers order by phone at 651-295-2132 the number of cardboard boxes needed to pack their home or office. At no cost to customers, RENT JOE BOXES delivers the boxes and packing supplies to their doorstep, and then picks them up after the move. Customers keep the boxes up to three months to pack, move, unpack, and then RENT JOE BOXES picks up the boxes, so the boxes can be used again.
“Rent Joe Boxes is going to simplify the way people move,” said Joe Halligan, owner of RENT JOE BOXES in St. Paul-Minneapolis. “It’s a better, stronger, easier-to-pack box that is more affordable than buying – and delivered right to your door. It’s ecologically-friendly and very convenient at the same time.”
Devoted exclusively to renting boxes and superior customer service, RENT JOE BOXES:
- Provides convenient, free delivery and pick up
- Saves movers money
- Helps the environment
- Supplies hard-to-find Portable Wardrobes keeping better attire protected during a move
“Picking up the boxes after the move is what attracts most of our customers because it’s convenient for them while helping the environment at the same time,” said Joe Halligan. “Re-using boxes three or four times takes so much less energy than recycling a box after one use. Our motto “Rent, Re-use, Recycle” is going to sweep the nation and transform the way people get boxes for moving.”
*According to an Oct. 2008 Pew Research Report on American Mobility