Storing Computer Supplies Long-Term? 3 Tips To Keep Everything Safe

Posted on: 14 November 2017

Storing computer supplies may be a necessity due to you being a collector and having a large assortment of computers and parts or simply because you're often making repairs to computers as a side-job and need lot of supplies on hand. With this in mind, it's vital that you look into a way to keep all of your computers and supplies stored carefully. If you've never rented a storage unit before and you want to be sure that all the supplies are kept safe and in good condition, consider the following tips.
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How To Get Ready For The Holidays In One Short Weekend

Posted on: 8 November 2017

If you're like most modern homeowners, you often feel rushed when it's time to get your home ready for the holiday season. Whether you're expecting house guests, hosting seasonal festivities, or a combination of both, you want your living environment to be clean, comfortable, and to reflect well on your abilities as a host. Here's what you need to do when getting ready for holiday festivities in a hurry.  Do a Deep Clean 
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Protect Your Items When Renting A Storage Unit

Posted on: 4 October 2017

When you store items in a closet, attic, or garage, you may not be able to stack boxes that high. This may happen because you have storage shelves and racks to minimize stacking. This allows you to access all the items quite easily, but it may not be what you experience in a storage unit. Renting a storage unit is beneficial when you need to expand your overall storage capacity.
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Received A Letter To Clear Out Your Patio? Rent A Small Storage Unit To Fix The Problem

Posted on: 26 September 2017

Living in a condo means that you will need to follow certain rules set by the HOA. When you first move in, you may be familiar with the rules after just reviewing them. But, after a long while, you may forget about some of the restrictions, such as keeping the patio clear of storage. The HOA may want to maintain a positive impression of the condo community. If a potential buyer were to walk by a unit and see numerous boxes inside a patio, it may push them away.
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