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Stapleton Moving Box Exchange

Denver Moving Box ExchangeGetting ready to move to or within Stapleton? Have you checked out the cost of buying moving boxes? Wondering where you can get good boxes without going broke?

Just finished moving? Don't know what do to with all your extra boxes? Would you rather have someone else use them instead of tossing them in the trash?

We used to get lots of these questions from our clients and neighbors, so we decided to do something about it. We started the Stapleton Moving Box Exchange. If you have boxes left over after your move, we'll come pick them up. If you need boxes for an upcoming move to or within Stapleton, we'll give you some of what we have - FREE! There's no catch, no cost, but we have some loose "rules:"

If you have boxes...

We ask that you only donate good condition cardboard boxes, no cardboard scrap or falling apart boxes. We prefer "real" moving boxes over flimsy cardboard boxes you get from the dumpster behind Kings Soopers! Just flatten them out and give us a call. We'll come pick them up.

If you need boxes...

We prefer that boxes go to folks moving to or within Stapleton. When you're done with the boxes, please flatten them out and give us a call. We'll come pick them up so someone else can use them.

Other packing materials...

By the way, if you have boxes that can't be reused, flatten them out and put them out for recycling. If you have other packing materials (like those styrofoam "peanuts"), give a call to a shipping company (like the UPS Store at Quebec Square) - they can usually take these materials for reuse.