3 Reasons To Sort Through Your Storage Unit On A Seasonal Basis

Posted on: 24 September 2019

Going through your storage unit on a regular basis is important since over time you may forget exactly what's inside the unit, making it become cluttered. Instead of not knowing exactly what's in your storage unit and letting it get in bad shape, it's smart to see exactly what you should be looking for when you visit your self-storage unit again and what the benefits are of going through it on a seasonal basis rather than when you remember.
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Inspecting A Storage Unit Before You Choose To Rent It: Helpful Tips

Posted on: 29 April 2019

When you are looking for a storage unit, you may look at size, location, security, and cost. You rarely look at the unit with other ideas in mind, like the condition of the unit, or really inspect the unit before you rent it. Here are some tips to do just that.  Look for Signs of Moisture or Leaks You are looking to store your stuff safely and out of the way of water, which could destroy a lot of what you own.
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Reasons To Consider Utilizing A Self Storage Facility

Posted on: 13 November 2018

There are times in life when it becomes exceedingly difficult to manage all of one's possessions. Unfortunately, this can be true even if you don't have a large excess of items. Seasonal items, personal items, items used for specific purposes, and family heirlooms all may need to be stored at some point in their lifespan. Whether this is due to lifestyle or spatial constraints, it's important to store them carefully. You may need a self storage facility for the following reasons:
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Buy A Boat In The Off Season? What To Know About Storing It

Posted on: 18 June 2018

If you have purchased a boat in the off-season, and you need to store it for a few months before it is boating weather, there are some things to consider. You want to store it in a place where you know it will be safe, and where the value and condition can be maintained. You don't want the marine craft to get damaged before it hits the water. Here are some tips and options to consider, depending on your budget and what you have access to where you live.
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