Demystifying Different Types Of Storage Units

Posted on: 25 August 2020

If you are looking for a place to keep your furniture, important documents, or other valuables, a storage facility is a good option. A storage unit is convenient because you have various options available to you, whether you want a long term or short-term arrangement. Before you go shopping for a storage unit, you need to differentiate between various facilities to find the one suited for your needs. Here are some of the common types of storage units.
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4 Ways to Pack Your Belongings When Putting Them in a Self-Storage Unit

Posted on: 30 April 2020

A self-storage unit is useful for many reasons. No matter why you decide to use a storage unit, you'll need to prepare your belongings and pack them securely before stowing them away. There are different ways to pack your things—and some containers are better than others. Here's a look at four options, and the pros and cons of each. 1. Use Plastic or Cotton Bags Plastic bags are cheap and convenient to use for storage, but they aren't ideal.
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Running Out Of Storage For Outdoor Equipment? 3 Tips For Renting A Storage Unit

Posted on: 2 August 2019

When you're someone that does a lot of outdoor activities throughout the year, it's likely that you've picked up a lot of equipment to help with doing some of the activities you like without needing to rent things. Whether this means winter sporting equipment or camping gear for the summer, you may find that you're running out of space at home and can quickly have your home looking cluttered due to just how much equipment you have picked up.
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2 Mistakes To Avoid When Placing Your Electronics In Storage

Posted on: 17 April 2019

If you will be moving to a new area or temporarily downsizing your living space, you may be planning to place many of your belongings in storage, including some of your electronics, such as DVD players, computers, or television sets. However, before you put these electronics in the unit, make sure you do not make the following mistakes that could ruin them. 1.  Leaving All Components and Cords Plugged In
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