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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…

 

Securing Your Self-Storage Unit

If you have more possessions than places to put them, keeping your things secure in a rented storage unit is often a convenient solution. However, it’s important to make sure that your belongings will not only be secure, but easily accessible. Security measures vary according to geographic location, facility policy and cost, so here are some things to keep in mind when looking for the right kind of storage for you. For security purposes, the majority of self-storage properties have…

 

Using Storage for the First Time

Your self storage unit must be one that is secure, clean and climate controlled. Place wooden pallets on the floor to avoid moisture absorption from the concrete. Wrap each box of books in plastic for added protection against dust and water damage. Boxes of hardbacks should be stored at the bottom of the pile when you are stacking boxes on top of one another. Set each box down so that it is square and will not tip or shift. Do…

 

Storing Your Items Safely

Renting storage units seems like a pretty open and shut job: you open the door to your self-storage unit, you shove your stuff in, you shut the door. But public storage isn’t quite that simple. Here are a few tips you should follow to ensure your stuff remains safe and in good condition: Store upholstered furniture, like sofas (but not sleep sofas), on end if possible, to maximize your space. Cover with cotton sheets for dust protection. Cover mattresses and box springs, with…

 

Packing for Your Storage Unit

Packing up your items for storage can be a pain to deal with, but here are a few basic reminders that will save you headaches in the long run as your packing: Try to use boxes that are a uniform size, they’re easier to stack (remember; keep the heavy ones on the bottom and the light ones on top). Leave small walkways between the boxes and furniture in your storage unit so you can easily get to the items you…

 

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…

 

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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