U-Haul Companies of Eastern Quebec and Western Quebec are offering 30 days of free-self storage and U-Box container usage to residents in and around Montreal who have been or will be impacted by flooding.
Greater Montreal has taken on extensive water due to heavy rains. Flooded streets and homes in several municipalities have created the need for secure and dry self-storage options where people can keep their possessions.
“These rising water levels continue to plague many of our communities,” said Claude Boucher, U-Haul Company of Western Quebec president. “Residents are being evacuated and we are expecting more rain this weekend.”
Joanne Adams, U-Haul Company of Eastern Quebec president, said: “We are a strong supporter of our local communities, so we are happy to help by offering 30 days of free self-storage. These families deserve a safe place to store their items.”
Families seeking more information about the 30 days free self-storage assistance or needing to make self-storage arrangements should contact the nearest participating store:
U-Haul Moving & Storage of Boisbriand (U-Box only)
Bousbriand, QC J7H1N7
2100 Norman St.
Lachine, QC H8S1B1
1155 Autoroute Chomedey
Laval, QC H7W5J8
8101 Mtl-Tor Route 2 & 20
Montreal, QC H4X1N1
7350 Boul. Sainte Anne-De-Bellevue
Montreal, QC H4B1T4
2000 Notre Dame E.
Montreal, QC H2K2N3
306 Boul. Cremazie Quest
Montreal, QC H2P1C6
3850 Jean-Talon Ouest
Montreal, QC H3R2G8
4949 Boul. Metropolitain E.
Saint Leonard, QC H1R1Z6
With U-Box containers, you can conveniently pick up our custom-designed trailer and take your U-Box with you. U-Haul also can store your U-Box container in our secure warehouses or pick up and deliver it to a location of your choice.
U-Haul stores offer needed supplies to help with storm recoveries like boxes and tarps.
U-Haul is the industry leader in do-it-yourself moving and self-storage with more than 21,000 locations across the U.S. and Canada. In addition to its 30 days of free self-storage assistance, U-Haul is proud to be at the forefront of aiding communities during times of disaster as an official American Red Cross Disaster Responder.