You pack your belongings in specially designed boxes from ClutterFreeBox, then document and tag the contents. After you FedEx the boxes to the company, you can keep track of what you’re storing and make plans to retrieve it using a simple Web interface (it’s a little like Netflix). You can arrange to have your holiday decorations shipped back home on December 1, for instance, or to have your surfboard meet you in Malibu for spring break.
The service was created by entrepreneur Dan Peck (left), who with his team in Charlotte, N.C., has managed a corporate high-security storage facility since 2001.He realized one day that the system large companies use could be adapted for individuals to organize their stuff. So, using the same team and storage facility, he created ClutterFreeBox. We heard about the service from Daily Grommet friend Joe Caruso (that’s him on the right), who says it’s “a new way of approaching an age-old problem: how to organize my stuff.”
ClutterFreeBox uses modern technology to put a new (inter)face on plain old storage facilities. The result is an easy way to keep track of your stuff, all from the comfort of your uncluttered desk.