Need A Storage Unit Quickly? Search Around For The Right Features

12 February 2018
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When you gradually add more items to your home, you may conclude that you need to rent a storage unit after enough buildup. The idea of renting a storage unit may come up early on, which gives you a few weeks or months to think about what you want in a storage unit and company. But, some situations may have you needing a storage unit immediately. For instance, a fire or flood in your home can require moving out for weeks or months until the problem is resolved. Read More 

Customizing Your Metal Carport: Three Options To Consider

29 December 2017
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A metal carport can provide a great storage option for vehicles on your property. These structures an be customized in a number of ways to fit your personal needs. Here are a few customization options to consider before building a metal carport on your property. Integrated Storage Shed In addition to the simple frame that provides protection for your car, metal carports can also come with integrated storage sheds. This space can be used to store automotive accessories if you don't have a garage, and they can also be used to stash boxes of holiday decorations, clothes, or other items that may be cluttering your home. Read More 

4 Tips To Help You Pack Your Boxes For Storage

6 September 2017
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When you move your belongings into a storage unit, you want to make sure that you pack up everything carefully so that you can find your belongings and so that you can ensure that your belongings are safe inside of your storage unit. #1 Make A List For Each Box Keep track of what you put inside of each box. Give each box a number. As you pack up a box, make a list of everything that is inside of the box. Read More 

Tips For Packing Your Self-Storage Unit Before A Big Move

26 May 2017
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Whether you need to move across the country or you simply no longer need storage space, you may find yourself needing to pack up the items you have tucked away in self-storage. Use this guide to plan and organize your packing as you get ready to move. Declutter Go through the items stored in the unit to determine if you still need everything you've stored away. For example, you may have a few boxes of hand-me-down children's clothing that was never used again, or you might have sporting goods that rarely get used. Read More 

How to Put a Piano in Long-term Storage

20 April 2017
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Pianos are made for playing not storing, but sometimes life doesn't give you a choice. To ensure your piano remains usable, you must take adequate precautions before and after placing the instrument into long-term storage. Here are three tips for preparing your piano for long-term storage and the best place to put it. Clean the Piano of Dirt, Dust, and Debris The first thing you need to do is thoroughly clean the piano to remove dust, dirt, and oils that can damage both the exterior elements and the delicate machinery inside. Read More