We deliver the moving boxes to your home and pick them up when you’re done, which means you save money and skip the hassle of cardboard box assembly and recycling.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 14, 2015
Brute Box Moving is now delivering reusable plastic moving boxes to people and businesses in more than 75 cities across the San Francisco Bay Area. Brute Box is changing the way people move by providing a low cost and convenient alternative to cardboard. Brute Box provides free, next-day box delivery and all orders can be placed online or via phone. To book your move, visit http://brutebox.com.
Here’s how it works:
1. Brute Box delivers moving boxes and packing supplies to your home or office.
2. You move, or use one of the Brute Box recommended movers.
3. Brute Box picks up the empty moving boxes at your new location.
“We want to make moving more efficient and cost less for everyone. Last year, San Francisco residents moved more than 44,000 times and spent nearly $13 million to purchase 2.6 million cardboard moving boxes. By ditching cardboard and using Brute Box, San Francisco movers could have saved $4.8 million,” said Adam Horsman, founder and CEO of Brute Box Moving. “We deliver the moving boxes to your home and pick them up when you’re done, which means you save money and skip the hassle of cardboard box assembly and recycling.”
Moving packages start at $79.00 and includes free next-day delivery. Renting reusable moving boxes, customer can save up to 40% versus buying cardboard boxes. To see the price list, visit: http://brutebox.com/pricing/.
About Brute Box Moving
Brute Box Moving is based in San Francisco, and delivers reusable plastic moving boxes to people and businesses in more than 75 cities across the Bay Area. Brute Box is led by founder and CEO, Adam Horsman. Adam moved to San Francisco in early 2013 to support the expansion of Amazon’s grocery delivery service in California. After spending 10 years in the logistics and supply chain industry, he left Amazon to focus on changing the moving industry and making it easier and cheaper for people and businesses to move.