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Good Tips For Packing Your Self Storage

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When it comes to packing your household items into a self-storage unit, it is important for you to follow a good system so you know where everything is and that all of your items are going to come back out of the unit in the same condition they were in when you packed them. The tips and tricks suggested in this article are going to make it much easier for you to pack your things into the unit knowing they are easily accessible and safe.…

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Tips For Storing Your Telescopes And Gear

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Whether it’s a single large scope or a whole collection of different telescopes, finding space to store them safely can be difficult. If you spend most of your observing time at dark sky sites, a storage unit could be an excellent storage solution. Simply pick up the scope you need on your way out to your favorite observing field. The following tips will help ensure that they are stored properly and safely.…

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How To Prevent Mold Growth In A Storage Unit

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Although indoor climate-controlled storage spaces may be less expensive than their outdoor counterparts, they may be worth it when it comes to preserving your items. This is especially true if you live in a high-humidity climate, or if you’re storing items during the rainy season. If you do decide to go with the more budget-friendly outdoor storage option, however, there are a few things you can do to help prevent damaging mold from growing on your belongings.…

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Storage Solutions For Kids Who Move Home After College

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If you have an adult child who has recently returned home after college, the hope might be that this will be a temporary situation. Renting out a storage unit for your child can help keep their things ready to move, and also help you keep your sanity. Here are four reasons renting a storage unit for an adult child moving home after college might be well worth the cost. 1. Your Child’s Things Will be Ready to Move…

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Setting Up Your Self Storage Unit For Easy Navigation

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If you need to place items in a self storage unit, you will most likely want the interior organized in a way you will be able to find things without doing a lot of searching for them. Taking time to plot out your belongings’ positioning in advance will save you a lot of time and aggravation once the items are inside the unit. Here are some tips you can use to help make your storage unit’s interior user-friendly.…

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3 BIG Reasons To Choose Indoor Storage For Your Survivalist Supplies Catch

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It is estimated that there are at least three million preppers, or people who are prepared for an emergency or disaster, in the United States. If you fall into this category and consider yourself a prepper, survivalist, or just someone who thinks logically about the future and wants to plan ahead, there is a pretty good chance that you have an ever-growing cache of survival supplies on hand. Keeping all you need on hand at home can get to be overwhelming, taking up a lot of space in your house and intruding on your day-to-day life.…

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Three Characteristics Of An Environmentally-Responsible Self-Storage Facility

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If you’re on the outlook for a green self-storage business that you can feel good about supporting, you’ll need to have some criteria that you can use to assess its level of environmental responsibility. While it’s true that there will be some variation in the steps each business chooses to take to help the earth, you’ll want to be sure that the business not only has green business practices but also uses its influence to inspire others to care for the environment as well.…

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Tips For Putting Things In A Mini Storage Building

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If you have to move out of your current home and it’s going to be a while until you can move into your new home, then you will need somewhere to store your belongings until you can move them into the new place. By following the advice given in this article, you will know how to pack to save space and fit your items in a mini storage building so they won’t get damaged during the process.…

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Three Signs You May Need To Use Climate-Controlled Storage

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If you’re considering getting a self-storage unit for whatever reason, one of the questions that comes to mind is whether or not you need a climate-controlled unit. Don’t be fooled by the name; non-climate-controlled units are still air-conditioned. They’re generally slightly less controlled (like your house when you turn the thermostat up a little before leaving for work in order to save money on cooling) and may not have humidity control.…

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Three Questions To Ask When You Plan To Store Your Car For The Winter

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A convertible or other type of sports car can provide you with hours of cruising fun over the summer, but when the weather turns cold, it’s time to think about storing the vehicle for the winter. Unless you have ample space in your garage, it’s ideal to take the vehicle to a local storage facility that specializes in car storage. If there are a few such facilities in your community and you’re trying to decide which one to visit, there are factors worth considering beyond the monthly cost of renting space.…

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