The dining room can be one of the most underestimated rooms in the house. Tables and chairs take up a surprising amount of space so you can count on 5 m3 or 6 m3 to be safe. Kitchen. An average kitchen including a table and six chairs with fridge, freezer, and microwave will take up around 5 1/2 m3. Laundry.
The laundry is a small room and is unlikely to consume more than one cubic meter. Bedrooms. An average main bedroom will take around 4 1/2 m3,container house
but this estimate will vary widely with the size of beds. Many bedrooms also include specialty items like water beds which will need to be estimated separately.
Sundry Items it is often easy to leave out some specialty items when estimating. Make sure you include the following items: Sewing machines and tables. Golf clubs. Exercise equipment. Vacuum cleaners and polishers. Portable air-conditioners. Mats and mops. Plants and pots. All outdoor furniture. Contents of your shed including toolboxes,modular house
barbecues and garden equipment like mowers and snippers. It is certainly a time-consuming task to make an accurate estimate.The above numbers is only a guideline and should simply be used to give you a very rough idea. To get the right figure you should consult with the storage specialist you are using.
Your removalist will also be able to offer you expert advice so you should have no trouble choosing the right size storage container.