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First Time Using Storage Facilities

Storage can be used for many different reasons. If you’re trying to sell your home you may want to free closets and rooms of extra clutter so that the place shows better. Maybe you have too much furniture for your new home; the kids have moved out but you can’t part with all their childhood memorabilia; you want to store items for different seasons; you have stacks of documents that you need to keep but don’t want them to take…

 

Storage Checklist

A brief checklist will make your move so much easier. Be sure to print this and use it while you pack/store your items! Always load the heaviest items first; this will help keep the truck stable on the road. It’s a good idea to store items you’ll use most at the front of the unit where you can get them easily. And make sure to rent the right sized truck for your journey. Check out our truck rental center for your rental…

 

Making the Most of Your Storage Unit

Moving can be stressful, but finding a place to store your extra things can be just as bad. Once you’ve found a storage facility you’re happy with, you must go through the process of storing your things safely and efficiently, which involves many of the hassles of moving. Here are a few tips on how to make the most of your storage unit: Once you’ve located a storage facility it’s important to plan how best to place your items. The…

 

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Multi-Use Storage Units

Self-storage units are typically used for just that, self storage. But these units are multifunctional and often times, people use them for more than just storage. Storage units are often used as places to store inventory for a home business. If you buy or sell things from your home, chances are you need a place to keep your inventory. Keeping them at home can lead to a cluttered home and an upset spouse. Many storage facilities will allow you to…

 

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Basic Storage Facility Rules

While storage units are an excellent option for storing your belongings, it’s important to remember that not everything can be stored in a unit. You can pick the size of your storage unit, the style, and sometimes its location, but you must consider that each storage facility has its own restrictions. Here are a few basic storage facility no-no’s. Combustible, flammable, or hazardous material cannot be stored in storage facilities. They are considered inherently dangerous and include things like gasoline,…

 

Looking for Storage?

Storage can be used for many different reasons. If you’re trying to sell your home you may want to free closets and rooms of extra clutter so that the place shows better. Maybe you have too much furniture for your new home; the kids have moved out but you can’t part with all their childhood memorabilia; you want to store items for different seasons; you have stacks of documents that you need to keep but don’t want them to take…

 

Utilizing Your Storage Unit to its Full Capacity

Moving can be stressful, but finding a place to store your extra things can be just as bad. Once you’ve found a storage facility you’re happy with, you must go through the process of storing your things safely and efficiently, which can be as bad as moving. Here are a few tips on how to make the most of your storage unit. Once you’ve located a storage facility it’s important to plan how best to place your items. The following…

 
 
 
 

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