Big-Vault portable storage offers three-unit size variations to meet your specific moving needs. As well as allowing you the convenience of choosing from three moving options, which works best for your requirements.
Option 1). We offer curb to curb; We will deliver an empty unit to your current location, you do the packing, when you're ready, we will come and carefully move your filled unit to your next location. This option is suitable for individuals moving from one residence to another.
Option 2). We deliver an empty unit to your location, you do the packing when packing unit is completed, we will come and carefully move your unit to our fenced security locked facility and store the unit for a nominal cost until you're ready to receive your unit. We will deliver your unit back safely to you. You have the convenience of emptying the unit at your leisure. When you are completed with clearing out the unit, we will come and retrieve the empty storage unit. This option is suitable for individuals building a home or moving to another residence which is not ready yet.
Option 3). We deliver an empty unit to your requested location, you fill it and empty it when you're ready, when the unit is empty we will come and retrieve the empty unit and return it to our facility. This option is suitable for individuals who are remodeling a room or rooms.
The community's name came from the oak forests of the area, a portion of which remain as forest preserves. Oak Forest is most widely known as the home of the Cook County Oak Forest Hospital, an institution that has played a major role in the growth of the community. The older residential areas are immediately west and north of the hospital, with commercial areas along Cicero Avenue and 159th Street. These two major streets cross close to the community's commuter station on the Rock Island Railroad. To the south and southeast of the hospital, annexations through the years have led to development surrounding the Oak Forest interchange of Interstate 57.
Oak Forest is slightly over 16 miles southwest of Chicago, Il. Within 6 miles you can find an Amtrak station (181 1ST ST. & PARK AVE Homewood, Il.).