Yes, there are certain items that we do not allow for storage due to safety and logistical reasons. These items include, but are not limited to:
· Combustible materials: Items that are flammable or can ignite, such as gasoline, propane, fireworks, and hazardous chemicals.
· Toxic substances: Materials that are harmful to human health or the environment, including pesticides, corrosive chemicals, and biohazardous materials.
· Perishable goods: Items that can spoil or rot over time, like food, plants, and organic materials.
· Live plants: Due to the need for proper care and maintenance, live plants are generally not suitable for storage.
· Weapons: Firearms, ammunition, and other weapons are typically not allowed for storage.
· Wet items: Items that are soaked, damp, or wet may cause damage to other stored belongings.
We also do not recommend storing the following items as we do not insure them against loss or damage:
There are some things you should not ship or store with Collegeboxes because we do not insure them against loss or damage:
· Jewelry, coins, cash, and collectables.
· Items of intangible value.
· Extremely fragile items (e.g. mirrors).
· Improperly packed items, including furniture that is not adequately wrapped.
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