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January 9, 2015

Looking for a Waterloo Storage Solution? Westmount Moving Can Help!

By: Heather @ 3:49 pm

In the United States, one in every 11 households rents self-storage space, equating to 2.3 billion square feet of stationary bikes, boxes of books and furniture that will never see the light of day again. That’s “78 square miles of rentable storage space… or 7.3 square feet of self-storage space for every man, woman and child in the country,” according to the Self Storage Association, the industry’s official trade organization.

Canadians don’t clamor for clutter reduction to quite the same extent, nor are we as mobile a nation in terms of changing residences. Nonetheless, the opportunity to store goods outside the home is a great convenience, and it’s one we’re taking increasing advantage of. According to 2013’s 4th Quarter reporting figures, there are now more than 3,000 storage facilities in Canada.

If you’re a resident – or are about to become a resident – of the Kitchener-Cambridge-Waterloo Tri-Cities area, and you’re looking for a storage solution, Westmount Moving can help. We have the Waterloo storage solution you need.


You don’t have to be! You can stay right where you are, yet still give your home a fresh lease on life by reducing muddles and mess. The best way is by working with Westmount Moving, and taking advantage of our Waterloo storage solution packages.

We’ve been providing services to the good people of the Tri-Cities for approaching eight decades, and are most commonly referred to locally as “Westmount Moving.” That, however, isn’t our full business name. In fact, we’re Westmount Moving and Warehousing, the latter catch-all adjective in fact describing two operations; warehousing and storage.

Primarily, the warehousing function serves businesses seeking either short- or long-term commercial storage needs. As well, our Waterloo storage solutions are set up to serve individuals and families too. We can accommodate everything from a few pieces of furniture, which need a berth for a few days while a local move takes place, through to an entire office building’s furniture and equipment. Of course, we serve the specific needs of those customers using our commercial and residential moving services as well.


Our highly skilled movers can take over every aspect of a commercial move to storage. One call and our teams can:

  • Box up items
  • Transport items to our government-approved warehouse
  • Shrink-wrap the boxes to pallets
  • Store safely & securely until you decide to pick-up your items

Our warehouse is climate controlled, protected against fire by building-wide sprinkler systems, and equipped with high-tech security and alarm installations. We use palletizing rack storage, and our staff carry out ongoing inventories of all goods in our care. This ensures we know the exact location of everything we’ve been trusted with, on any given day.

You’ll always have access to your property when you work with Westmount Moving and Warehousing.

When your need for storage is at an end, you’re able to collect your goods yourself, all we require is notice of your planned arrival and we will have your items ready for pick-up. As well, we can arrange to have our movers deliver and unpack your items for you as an added convenience. At Westmount Moving, excellent customer service is among our highest priorities.  Find out how Westmount Moving won the 2013 Reader’s Choice Awards for best moving company (at, a daily online newspaper serving Kitchener-Waterloo), and you’ll realize the benefit of choosing us for your Waterloo moving and storage needs.

But remember, Westmount Moving is far more than just a moving company. We have enough space at our Waterloo warehouse to accommodate almost any amount of commercial goods, and our specialist staff will work with you to ensure your exact needs are catered to. Start the process by calling us today at (519) 895-1100, or use our convenient Contact Us form.

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