5 Items You Should Ensure Are Not Restricted Before Placing In A Storage Unit

Posted on: 3 October 2016

Everyone from the typical resident to business owners will likely use storage at some point in their life, whether it is to clear clutter or store extra inventory. If you have in mind to rent a storage unit for whatever purpose, you should know that there are often guidelines set forth by facilities about what can and cannot be stored within the unit. Before you load up your belongings and head over to your chosen facility to store them, make sure you ask before storing any of the following items, as they could be restricted.
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Keep Bugs & Rodents Out Of Your Storage Unit By Following These Simple Tips

Posted on: 29 September 2016

The last thing you want getting into your storage unit are bugs and rodents; they will destroy your belongings. You can prevent bugs and rodents from getting into your unit by taking the three precautionary steps discussed below. #1 Don't Store Food Items Most storage facilities do not allow tenants to store perishable food items inside of their storage unit such as fresh fruit and meats. Some storage facilities also do not allow people to store any dry goods either.
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Minimizing the Costs of Self-Storage

Posted on: 26 September 2016

What do you need if you want to rent a self-storage facility but don't want to spend too much money? Many people would tell you to compare quotes and haggle for the lowest price possible. However, haggling can only get you so far, and you may need other ways to lower your storage costs further. The following tips will help. Don't Go for Features You Don't Need Self-storage facilities come with many useful features, but some of those features may be superfluous to your needs.
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3 Tips For Storing Major Appliances

Posted on: 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.
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