Packing up your household belongings and moving them into storage can be a very draining and frustrating job. However, it's still easier than finding something you need once you have your storage unit all packed. You can take some extra steps to make it simple for you to find your items without searching endlessly and digging through many different boxes. Read the information below to learn some of the things you can do to make finding your items easier in your storage unit.
22 December 2015
Are you going to be renting a storage unit in the upcoming weeks and want to be sure that you are getting the best deal? If so, there are a few ways that you can increase your savings. It's best to avoid rushing to find a storage unit and to seek a unit from a facility that offers the following: Long Term Leases: Many storage unit facilities offer a variety of different length leasing terms.
23 November 2015
So, you're on a budget and you desperately need some storage space in the home that doesn't take hours to create? Here are three interestingly clever storage solution ideas for three different rooms that can be mixed and matched throughout the house: 1. In the Kitchen: Use a CD Rack to Store Tupperware Lids. The dreaded Tupperware. It is virtually impossible to neatly store those lids and containers. This is particularly true if you have kids.
4 November 2015
No matter if you already have a thrift shop or you are planning to open one up soon, getting enough stock to earn a decent profit is important. If you have been visiting yard sales and flea markets to gather used clothing and other goods for filling the shelves of your thrift shop, you may be spending too much. Check out how you can get a lot of thrift shop merchandise by participating in self-storage auctions.
17 September 2015
Moving to a new home can be fun and exciting, but moving far away can take a lot more planning and may be more stressful than a shortdistance move. If you're planning an upcoming long distance move, you can take steps to better prepare so that you have less worry. Take a look at the following helpful tips to better understand the ways in which you can make a long distance move less stressful.
15 September 2015
If you live in a large city, there's a good chance that you are going to have a small apartment that won't be able to fit all of your personal possessions. This can be especially frustrating to those who are sentimental and want to keep everything, from all of the birthday cards that they have received over the years to the artwork that their children made for them six or seven years ago.
14 September 2015
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