Correctly Store Contents in Vaults
Processes For Growing Restoration Companies
Correctly Store Contents in Vaults
Vaults are used to store client property in order to organize the property, maximize warehouse space, prevent theft or loss of client property, and maintain organization and order of the warehouse.

Keep all vaults closed except when loading, unloading, or processing contents. If necessary, reinforce the inside of vaults to support movement and content load.
Step 1: Place all boxes on pallets

Step 2: Stretch-wrap boxes together

Step 3: Place all tagged items into the vaults
  • Appliances
  • Large mattresses
  • Electronics
  • Large pieces of glass
  • Artwork
  • Large sofas and other furniture items that will not fit into the vault
Step 4: Place heavy items on the floor of the container

Step 5: Wrap all items in load blankets to ensure they cannot be scratched or broken

Step 6: Stack smaller items on top of heavier items

Step 7: Fill vaults as full as possible without posing potential damage to the items in the container
Load the vault similarly to a transport truck. Keep boxes together as much as possible. Keep heavy items in the center of the vault.

Make sure all content is secure and will not tilt or fall over with moderate movement from a forklift. Utilize space as efficiently as possible.
Step 8: Close the door of the vault when filled

Step 9: Place a bubble sheet on the outside of the vault that identifies the numbers in the container

Step 10: Set up a separate vault for these items
  • Artwork
  • Large pieces of glass
  • Electronics and other expensive items (place a hasp and lock on this vault)
Step 11: Do not pack wet or mold contents into a vault