3 Tips For Storing Major Appliances
19 September 2016
It's always ideal to move your things straight from one home into the next, but every now and then, it makes sense to put large items into temporary or long-term storage. Storing furniture and boxes is easy enough – just make sure that everything is wrapped up in plastic and taped up tightly. But storing your large appliances is a different matter. Take a look at some tips to help you safely move and store your large appliances.
Storing Electronics? Make Sure Storage Facilities Are Ready
7 September 2016
Not every storage facility can be used to store sensitive materials. Fine clothing, untreated wood, unsealed electronics and other sensitive objects can be quickly ruined by the onset of humidity or will require intense cleaning if dust settles in. You'll need to make sure that your storage facility of choice is properly equipped to keep your belongings safe. Have a look at what could go wrong and what you need to look out for when storing electronics and similarly sensitive objects in long-term storage.
Downsizing Your Home? Tips For Using A Storage Unit
2 September 2016
If you are getting older in age and looking to downsize your home, you are going to run into a problem with where to put all your stuff. You have belongings that you have collected over many years, and there are things you don't need and things you simply want to keep. Thankfully, a storage unit can be the answer to your problem. These tips will help you manage what goes into it.
Preparing Your Boat For Winter Storage
17 August 2016
If you have purchased a boat to use during warm weather, you will most likely want to find a place to store it during the winter. Many people will bring their boat to a storage facility, as it offers an enclosed area where the boat is not at risk for theft during the off-season. Before you place your boat into a storage unit, it is important to take the necessary steps in prepping it for its stay.