Three Helpful Hints When Putting Clothing Into A Self Storage Unit

Posted on: 27 October 2020
The biggest benefit of having a self-storage unit is the ability to reduce clutter in the home. The current changing of the season is the ideal time to remove summer clothing from your home as it will not be worn for the next six months. However, before you pack up your seasonal garb ready for the storage facility, use these three helpful hints to ensure your clothing comes out of the storage unit in the same condition that it went in.
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Hosting A Large Party Soon? 3 Reasons To Rent A Storage Unit Temporarily

Posted on: 15 May 2020
When you commit to hosting a large party at your house, you may know that you will need to put a lot of time and effort into the planning and execution. Setting your entire house up for guests to be over is something that you may intend on doing, but you may know that you will have some trouble when you do not have any leftover storage space to use around the home.
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Why Covered Storage Is The Ideal Way To Protect Your RV When You're Not Using It

Posted on: 20 January 2020
When you own an RV, it's often necessary to rent a place to park it off of your property. If you live in city limits or in an HOA community, you probably won't be allowed to park an RV on your property. You may not even want a big RV on your property taking up so much space. RVs, even small ones, are usually too tall to fit in a standard residential garage, so the best solution is to find an RV storage facility.
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How Movers Ensure Packing Efficiency In A Moving Truck

Posted on: 12 September 2018
Packing is one of the hardest things to do when moving. Sure, it is easy if all you want to do is to throw your things at the back of the truck. However, it becomes difficult if you want to pack the items efficiently to maximize space usage and protect your items during the move. Here are some of the ways professional movers do it. Disassemble Large Items Large items should be disassembled first before being loaded onto the truck.
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