ClutterFreeBox™ Launches, Provides New Service
for the Storage-Space Challenged
Innovative company seeks to re-define the $25 billion self-storage industry
February 02, 2010 08:57 AM Eastern Time
CHARLOTTE, N.C.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Apartment dwellers, downsizing homeowners or those just
suffering from lack of storage space now have a new option that doesn’t rely on damp basements or dark storage
bins in darker parts of town. ClutterFreeBox™ (www.clutterfreebox.com) is an innovative storage solution which
enables consumers to manage boxes of their personal belongings with the click of a mouse -- without ever leaving
their own home or apartment.
“ClutterFreeBox offers a by-the-box solution with no long-term commitment, and no obligations for one-sized-
fits-all storage,” said Dan Peck, ClutterFreeBox CEO.
From the ClutterFreeBox website, consumers can order boxes which arrive via Federal Express. Once the boxes
are packed, they are picked up by Fed Ex. Clients can then monitor the boxes online, keep track of the contents,
and schedule a date for return -- all from a patent-pending, easy-to-use web page. The cost for this service? Not the
average $50 per month charged by traditional storage units (more in urban areas), but as low as 99 cents per box
“With traditional storage units, you need to pack up your items, hoist your boxes into the car and then lug them into
the storage area,” said Peck. “And, if you live in the city, you can end up having to drive out to the suburbs to get a
good rate. With ClutterFreeBox, simply pack and ship your belongings from your home or office.”
The boxes are stored in a 100,000-square foot archive in Charlotte, NC, used by Fortune 500 companies to store
their critical business documents. The archive, which is secured 24/7, 365 days a year, features advanced fire
suppression systems and around-the-clock temperature monitoring. Standard return delivery is two-days, but
overnight service is available.
“Other storage units – even yo