How to Calculate Your Storage Space in Cubic Metres One of the most critical aspects of organising your removal is working out how much storage space you actually need. Not only do you need to work out the cubic metre ridge so you can choose the storage container, but you can also use the same estimate to order your packing boxes. A good self storage company will give you assistance in working out the space you will need but you may want to do your own calculations to make sure you're not being overcharged.
Nevertheless, it is always better to do on the side of more space than less, for obvious reasons. The simplest method to use them in calculating your requirements is to move through your house room by room. By carefully measuring every item in every room you will soon obtain an accurate figure. container house
If you do not wish to get into too much detail, you can make an estimate using some rules of thumb. Let's look at some examples.
Lounge room. In the lounge room you will need to run your tape measure over each piece of furniture. This is a relatively simple process and should not take you too long. If you have a modular lounge then you can usually estimate each piece at .3 m3.modular house
An average three seater lounge will take up 1.5 m3 and a footstool .35 m3. A coffee table can take between .25 m3 and .4 m3. Be careful to include every item in the room and don't forget about artwork and mirrors on the walls. On average lounge room can use between 13 m3 and 15 m3, after you add portable items like heaters and air-conditioners. Pianos can also take up about 1.5 m3. Dining Room.