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Storing Your Car

When you move into a downtown apartment, studio, or office space, finding storage for your car can be a hassle. It doesn’t matter whether you own a classic or a lemon, finding a place to keep your extra set of wheels should be a top concern. Rather than taking up more space in a parking lot, garage, or driveway, consider self-storage. Many facilities offer better security and protection from the elements surrounding the average home or business. Many facilities offer…

 

Choosing a Self-Storage Facility

When choosing a self-storage facility, you want to be sure they have your needs in mind. Here are a few tips that may help you in deciding which facility to choose. Think about location. Are you going to need to access your storage building frequently? If so, aim for someplace nearby. Consider how much space you really need. Self-storage facilities rent units in all different sizes. It’s best to opt for a smaller storage unit and pack it to the…

 

Maintaining Your Storage Unit

Keeping up your self-storage unit can be as simple as following a few easy steps to ensure nothing goes wrong. The humidity in your self-storage unit can cause your furniture to warp and your appliances to mildew. Leaving a space between your stuff and the unit’s wall allows for air to circulate within the unit. Laying plastic sheeting on the floor and stacking boxes on top of wooden pallets can prevent condensation damage. So can using old linens or other…

 

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Maintaining Furniture in Self-Storage

In your search for a self-storage facility, choose several that are heated or climate controlled to compare their prices and storage terms. Location, price and hours of operation may all be important considerations. Visit the storage facility you have chosen to take a tour before signing a contract. Look for wide doors and secure walls between lockers and make sure there are no signs of water damage anywhere in the building. Moisture is the number one cause of damage to…

 

Finding the Right Storage Unit Size

Estimating how much space you will need for your storage unit seems like an easy enough task, but can often be a bit misleading. Here are a few steps that will help guide you in choosing the storage size that’s right for you. Start by making a list of the items you plan to store. Group them according to how you will organize or pack them. Identify boxed versus non-boxed items. Those of higher priority will go closer to the…

 

Self-Storage Environment Standards

Self-storage facilities vary greatly in terms of the type of environment they offer and general layout. Most will offer a range of self-storage unit sizes from a box-sized unit that will suit an inpidual with few storage needs, areas where you can store up large vehicles such as RVs, motor homes and boats through to warehouse type space for business storage. Some self-storage facilities will offer all options whereas others specialize in more limited ones. The actual self storage units…

 

What NOT to Store in Self-Storage

Self storage facilities often have a set of guidelines that all clients must adhere to in order to ensure the safety of the facility and of others’ belongings. Here is a basic set of guidelines for most storage facilities: Flammable or Combustible Materials The reason for this is obvious – these types of materials will cause very real danger to the entire facility and personnel, not to mention your own stored items if there is an accident. The list of…

 
 
 
 

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