Want To Rent A Storage Unit With A Family Member? 4 Ways To Maximize Savings

After running out of room to store items in your home, you have two options: get rid of some belongings or find storage. If you have every intention of keeping your possessions, then you will want to rent a storage unit. It is an option to get a storage unit on your own, but you should see if any family members want to collaborate and share a unit with you in an effort to minimize costs for both of you. [Read More]

Do's And Don'ts For Placing Your Bedroom Items Into Storage

If you are packing all of your belongings into a self-storage trailer while you travel the globe for business, then it is important that you take special care when storing your bedroom items. By taking exceptional care when you pack and store them, your items will come out of your storage trailer clean and as fresh as the day that you put them in. Follow these do's and don'ts to ensure the safety and cleanliness of your bedroom items: [Read More]

7 Supplies You Should Have Handy On The Day You Move In To Your Storage Unit

Moving your items from your home or your business into a storage unit is a big job. You'll want to be fully prepared so that things go as smoothly as possible on move-in day. One thing you can do to make sure that everything goes as planned is keep yourself fully supplied. Make sure you get the following seven items together when planning your move-in day to get the move-in job accomplished as efficiently as possible:  [Read More]

Storage Tips For Wood Furniture

Whether you are storing fine wooden furniture, functional antiques, or inexpensive particle board furniture, making sure that the items come out of storage looking as good as when they went in is of paramount importance. The following tips are just what you need to store these items. Tip #1: Prep the Units A climate controlled unit is best, especially for solid wood and antiques, although it isn't necessary. These units don't have humidity issues and the wood won't be exposed to swelling and shrinkage from fluctuating temperatures. [Read More]