How To Pack Books For Long Term Storage

If you are a bibliophile, you probably own tons of books. This can be a huge problem if you decide that you need to travel for work for a little while or need to move into a small apartment right after college. You might not know what to do with all of your books. Luckily, it is relatively easy for you to put them in self-storage without them being damaged. Here are some tips for making sure that, when you go to retrieve your books after getting a house with space for a library, they are still in great condition. [Read More]

7 Tricks To Help Simplify Moving

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 35.9 million people moved from one residence to another in 2012 to 2013. Moving can be a time-consuming task, but is often necessary for a variety of reasons. If you are planning to move soon, here are some tricks you can use to make it easier for you and your family. Dispose of 10 items daily. In the week leading up to your move, try tossing 10 items you and your family no longer use. [Read More]

4 Self Storage Mistakes To Avoid

If you are planning to store many of your belongings in a storage unit to declutter your home, you are going to want to store your items in the safest way possible. When you store your belongings in the right way, you are going to better protect your belongings and ensure that you are able to find things easily. In order to do this, you will want to avoid these four common mistakes people make with their self storage:  [Read More]

Follow These Tips When Storing Your Refrigerator

If you have an extra refrigerator you don't currently need, or are in the process of a big move, you might need to store it in a self-storage unit. While these units provide a great place to hold the refrigerator until you need it, it might not work right if you don't store it properly. Clean it Out Thoroughly Cleaning the refrigerator inside and out is one of the most important things to do when you plan on storing it. [Read More]