Renting a storage trailer to provide a temporary home for some of your possessions is convenient when you're renovating your home or business or tackling another project that requires you to move items out of your space. Unlike relocating your items to a storage facility, filling a trailer located in your home's driveway or your business' parking lot gives you convenient access to what you need. It's easy to allow a renovation project to become overwhelming, which can prompt you to load the trailer as quickly as possible in order to clear the space in your building.
10 September 2015
Balancing the requirements of storage with the necessity of getting the greatest amount of productivity out of your space can be a difficult challenge for any home or business owner. Commercial self storage facilities offer a fiscally sound alternative that can guarantee proper storage and securing of your belongings, but many people hesitate to rent such a unit out of a fear of wasting their rent money or having inadequate space.
9 September 2015
Having a home that's cluttered with extraneous stuff can take a toll on your self-esteem. But did you know that it can potentially affect your overall mood and health, as well? This guide will look at the ways clutter affects you, and what you can do to easily reverse the effects. Depression If having a cluttered home makes you feel bad, you're not alone. Studies have found a correlation between people living in cluttered homes experiencing higher levels of stress and depression.
31 August 2015
Wood furniture may look strong and impregnable in normal usage, but they are quite fragile when stored for long periods of time. Damage can come from many quarters, but there are a few specific threats you ought to be worried about. Here are four such threats: Temperature Just like many solids, wood expands when heated and contracts when cooled. The effect may not be noticeable or worrisome for small changes in temperature, but it can lead to serious damage if the temperature fluctuations are too wide.
29 August 2015
After the holidays are over, it is time to pack up and store your holiday decorations. By packing them properly, you can keep the lights from getting knotted up and the tree from being invaded by insects while they are stored. Here are some tips for packing the decorations so you don't have a mess when you retrieve them next year. Use the Right Box for Your Tree One of the first things you will need to pack up after the holidays are over is your Christmas tree.
27 August 2015
When you've had enough of the extra items piling up inside your home but aren't yet ready to sell them at a garage sale, a logical alternative is to rent a unit at a mini storage facility. This space can help you clear out your home and can serve as a temporary location for the items that you don't use on a regular basis but that you still wish to keep.
27 August 2015