3 Essential Considerations Before Getting A Storage Unit

Posted on: 4 March 2019

Have you decided that you just have too much stuff? Are you thinking about clearing up space by putting some things into storage for a while? Although selling or donating unwanted or unused items is certainly an option, it's not necessarily the best option for everyone. This is especially true if you're planning on moving to a larger home in the near future and simply need somewhere to keep your extra things in the interim.
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How To Pack A Portable Storage Container For A Move

Posted on: 26 September 2018

Portable storage containers are a unique moving solution that consist of a literal shipping container being dropped off at your home, which you then pack and have shipped to your new property to be unpacked. This is an alternative to a moving truck or professional movers that is designed for long-distance moves. However, before you sign up and start throwing your things into boxes, you should understand the proper way to pack when you rent a storage container so that your possessions do not become damaged while in transit.
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Tips For Storing Baby And Toddler Gear

Posted on: 23 May 2018

If your kids are a few years apart or if you plan to have more kids someday, then you probably have clothes, toys, and other kids items cluttering your home that are waiting to be used. You could free up space in your home by placing the things your children aren't using in storage. It will be protected and ready when you need it. Here are some tips for keeping baby and toddler gear in storage.
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Properly Prepping And Storing Your Ice Fishing Gear

Posted on: 24 March 2018

With winter coming to an end, it's time to put away your ice fishing gear. When done properly, your gear will require little work come next season and will last many years before needing to be replaced. Here, you'll learn a little about packing and storing your ice fishing gear properly. Gear Cleaning Prior to putting everything in storage, it must be cleaned. Failure to do so will result in terrible odors, possible mold growth and corrosion and a lot more work when it comes time to use the gear next season.
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